dimecres, setembre 03, 2014

Natural sites, bays and beaches

Natural sites, bays and beaches

The coast of Sant Feliu de Guíxols is full of contrasts: rocky or sandy coves lay amid rugged cliffs. From the south we have the coves or “cales” of Cala Canyerets, Cala Vigatà and Port Salvi, among many others, which extend up to the bay of Sant Feliu. To the north, the beach of Sant Pol still preserves the beauty of its 19th century buildings, with clear, calm and shallow waters.

The port itself caters for leisure, merchant and fishing vessels, it is the connecting point between the town and its seafaring origins, the result of a close link with the Mediterranean which has lasted until today. A stroll to the lighthouse on the pier reveals the link between the town of Sant Feliu de Guíxols with the sea.
 

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