The "Camí de Ronda" coastal path of the Costa Brava runs only 300 meters away from Gran Hotel Reymar. It is the best way to get to know the Costa Brava on foot -walking through a path that follows the whole coast of Girona along more than 200 km.
From Tossa de Mar, the "Camí de Ronda" goes through beautiful coves and typical Mediterranean virgin pine forests until you reach Sant Feliu de Guíxols to the north (21 kms) or Lloret de Mar to the south (14 kms).
The "Camí de Ronda" is well signposted, with white and red markings typical of long-distance trails, in this case, the GR92.
Discover the most authentic and unspoiled Costa Brava by hiking the "Camí de Ronda".
Difficulty: medium - 14km (roundtrip). Put on good footwear and head to the "Camí de Ronda" from Tossa de Mar, skirting the sea in a northerly direction. This section of the trail will show you stretches of virgin forests and cliffs with spectacular sea views. From the hotel, head towards the "Playa Grande" of Tossa de Mar, cross the old town of Tossa, and follow the "Camí de Ronda" that leaves from the Playa del Codolar. Along the way, you will find the viewpoint des Cards, the cove des Sot d'en Cona, the cove d'Allà, the cove d'en Jeroni, the cove Moltó, the island sa Muladera, the channel sa Boquera and finally, cala Llevadors! Enjoy a good bath!
Difficulty: medium - 6 km (roundtrip). Although it is a short trial, this section is full of cliffs and rocks, typical landscape of the Ardenya-Cadiretes massif, so it may not be suitable for those unaccustomed to walking. You can also take the "glass bottom boat" that joins Cala Pola and Tossa to make one way of the trip easier. You will also find numerous caves, such as the cave d'Es brigantí, just before reaching the first cove of the route, Cala Bona, a small charming cove, little sand and a good beach bar. If you plan to bathe, do not forget a pair of googles. A little further on, you will find Cala Pola: a beautiful cove where besides sunbathing and swimming in turquoise water, you can have a drink or a meal in its restaurant. On your way back, the different viewpoints will offer you some wonderful views of Tossa de Mar and a pleasant satisfaction feeling!
Difficulty: high - 23 km (one way). If you want a different route and really getting to know the natural and scenic diversity of the Costa Brava, venture yourself to Sant Feliu de Guíxols from Tossa de Mar. Beyond Cala Pola, the GR92 moves away from the coast and gets into the Ardenya-Cadiretes massif, 280 m high. In the middle of the massif you will find the hermitage of the Mare de Déu de Gràcia. You can choose to continue walking on the GR92 on the interior, or follow the path to the hermitage of Sant Elm, along the coast, until you reach Sant Feliu de Guíxols, a lively town with plenty of stores and dining options. After a good deserved rest, you can take a bus or a boat back to Tossa.