WALKING ROUTE: SANT SEBASTIÀ AND THE CORK MUSEUM

Lenght: 8 hours (from 10am to 6pm approx.) – 12 km

Difficulty: low / medium

Strong slope on some stretches

Recomendations: wear walking shoes, bring some water and something to eat

A.

Parking on
C. Còrsega
in Calella

10am - 60 minutes - 4 km

Leave from the parking on Còrsega Street in Calella, at the end of Avinguda del Mar.

Itinerary: Pl. Doctor Trueta / C. de Lluís Marquès Carbó / C. Pere Pascuet / C. Mossèn Rafael Duran / C. d’Amadeu Vives / Take the path that goes into Cliper Apartments to start the PR-C 107 (yellow and white signs) to the Dolmen de Can Mina / At the crossing with Sender Local (SL, with green and white signs) continue on the SL direction Cap de Sant Sebastià

B.

11.15am

Visit the Sant Sebastià de la Guarda Historical Site

To access the watch tower, use PALAFRUGELL+ ticket

Free visit to the archaeological Iberian site, the hermitage, the watchtower by the Hotel el Far and the watchtower in front of the lighthouse

12.30pm

Walk to Palafrugell on the Sender Local (SL)

Take the SL where you left it when you arrived to Sant Sebastià Cape and walk down the mountain following the green and white signs to reach Palafrugell through Camí dels Plans

2pm

Have lunch at the centre of Palafrugell

Check the list of restaurants here

C.

4pm

Visit the Cork Museum (Museu del Suro)

Use PALAFRUGELL+ ticket

(On Saturday and in July and August afternoons, they open at 5 pm instead of 4 pm)

D.

Return to

the parking

5pm

By bus: 5.15pm from the bus stop at Plaça Onze de setembre (1 minute on foot from the museum)

5.19 h get off in Calella, Av. Pericot

On foot: 4 km, 50 minutes. Fastest way: take the Avinguda del Mar, at the end of which, once in Calella, there’s the parking