You can have guided visits on foot or by bicycle on request (in July and August there are visits every Tuesday and Thursday)
Low difficulty (2.3 km 28 min)
In front of Pals Beach there is a walk which crosses to Sa Punta Beach. It is a very pleasant walk which takes you quickly to the other side of the beach to look at shops and restaurants. If you go at night, take a torch to help you see your way.
Low difficulty (2.0 km 29 min.)
The Basses d’en Coll is a natural area which is worthwhile visiting on foot. Whether you just want to have an excursion or you are bird fans, we propose a walk to the viewpoint, returning by the other side.
Medium difficulty (6.7 km 1 hr,21 min)
For the more adventurous, we propose going to the other side of the River Daró, crossing by a small wooden bridge.
Note: at the end of this excursion you can return on foot by the same location or, if the mouth of the Daró is practicable, you can return to the hotel by the beach.
Medium difficulty (12 km 2hrs, 25 min)
If you fancy a pleasant hike to Gola de Ter, we propose a walk passing through the Mas Gelabert, arriving at the Pals aero club, all by rural pathways. When you reach Golka de Ter, you can reward your efforts with a dip if it’s summer and you can also walk back along the beach. Be careful if you cross the Ter, as it’s a river with a certain amount of difficulty.
High difficulty (10 Km 2hrs, 13 min)
Quermany is one of the most emblematic mountains in Pals. From its viewpoint you can see the whole bay of Pals with the Gavarres to the east and Sant Antoni de Calounge to the south. To the north, Canigó and the Formigues Islands.
It’s worthwhile marking the route and passing by the Old Mines of Bofill.