In this post I’m going to share with you a wonderfull walking path very close to Barcelona: The “Camino de Ronda” of “Costa Brava“.
The “Camino de Ronda” is a path that runs along the “Costa Brava“, close to the sea, at times on cliffs, which used in the past by the “Guardia Civil” to prevent smuggling.
Today, it has become a wonderful promenade overlooking the sea in one of the most beautiful coastal areas of the Iberian Peninsula: “La Costa Brava“. This road has been restored in recent years.
Part of the “Camino de Ronda” goes on the GR 92. The GR 92 is a long distance route that crosses Catalonia and never deviates too far from the coast.
It begins in Portbou in Alt Empordà, and finishes in “Puente de l’Olivar” in Ulldecona, Montsià region. But El camino de Ronda continues to the north in France and to the south in Valencia.
We had the opportunity to do a small part of the GR 92, from Portbou to Roses, through Cadaqués and Port Lligat and across the entire park of Cap de Creus. Without a doubt, a splendid journey in the Costa Brava.