Camino De Ronda Coastal Path

The route is typically referred to as the Camino de Ronda or the Cami de Ronda – but it’s made up of multiple coastal paths running from Blanes to Portbou on the Catalan coast of Spain. I hiked a large portion of it from Lloret de Mar to Portbou (100 of the 135 miles) in the Spring of 2016. My 80 year old father joined me for the hike making it even more special!

Map – My Route:

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This Blog Series will cover a combination of paths from the Camino de Ronda, the GR 92 and its local variants – all of which make up the Costa Brava Coastal Path system. All are fairly well marked and lightly traveled which makes for a great hike with the most stunning views of the Costa Brava region and plenty of hidden coves and beaches to take a dip.

Photography:

See all of my day by day photography of the hiking trails so you know what to expect!

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Over a series of posts I will provide you all the initial information you need to hike the Costa Brava Coastal Paths for as long or as short as you want.

Posts In This Series:

Everything You Need to Know About Costa Brava Spain Coastal Hikes

Posted by on August 16, 2016

Ever since I walked into the plaza at the cathedral in Santiago Spain completing the Camino de Santiago Saint James Way, I’ve been looking for something. In a weird way – the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage didn’t end in Santiago for me, my pilgrimage actually just began there. I wanted more, I didn’t want it […]

Cami de Ronda In-stagram Review

Posted by on June 14, 2016

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Salty sea breezes, colorful flowers that reminded me of bowls of Easter eggs, skies that stretched forever and ever, burning calf muscles, salty sweat running down my forehead, and methodical crashing waves; this what I experienced my last two weeks in Costa Brava Spain hiking the Cami de Ronda coastal trails. I finally accomplished my […]

8 Things You Think About When Hiking With Your Father

Posted by on June 16, 2016

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“I don’t know how you travel with dad, I don’t think I could do it,” my siblings often mention to me. We all have distinct memories of growing up and my father being the ‘leader’ of the family and family trips. He was the one who made all the decisions and ultimately the family dictator. […]