Platja d'Aro

Even though its historical roots are evident due to the menhirs dotted around the region and the dolmen of the Cova dels Moros, today Platja d’Aro is a truly cosmopolitan resort, attracting both large scale tourism and businesses, with important convention centres offering a wide range of services for all types of event.

The range of hotels and restaurants is one of the best on the  and there are many things to do in Platja d’Aro for children and families.

The coastline of Platja d’Aro is dominated by a 3 kilometre long sandy beach, ideal for all kinds of water sports.

The Cavall Bernat monolithic stone, the symbol of Platja d’Aro can be found at the North end of the town.

The camí de ronda, a footpath running along the whole of the , winds its way along the rocky coast and cliffs and leads to superb beach coves such as la Rovira, Sa Cova, del Pi, d’En Ros, d’Es Canyers, Belladona, Cap Roig, l’Ermita, Treumal and Can Cristus.

Towards the South, the camí de ronda is ideal for an evening walk towards the elegant and quiet resort of S’Agaró.

Special dates to consider when visiting Platja d’Aro:

- "Festa Major"; 15th August

Just 3 kilometres inland lies the medieval village of Castell d’Aro. Take a walk through its old quarter and discover the Benedormiens Castle and the Santa Maria Church.

Special dates to consider when visiting Castell d’Aro:

- Medieval market: 20th and 21st August

Local Market; every Friday

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