Walking route:
Sant Sebastià and the Cork Museum

Duration: 8 hours (from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. approximately) – 12 km.

Difficulty: low / medium

Areas with uphill climb

Area without services until reaching Palafrugell

Recommendations: wear hiking shoes, bring water and something to snack on

Parking: C. Còrsega de Calella. 10 a.m. Walk 4 km (1 h)

Departure from the parking area at C. Còrsega de Calella, at the end of Av. del Mar. Route: Pl. Doctor Trueta / C. de Lluís Marquès Carbó / C. de Francesc de Blanes / C. Mossèn Rafael Duran / C. d’Amadeu Vives / Pass through the entrance to the Cliper Apartments to start PR-C 107 until the Can Mina Dolmen / at the intersection with the Local Trail (SL) follow the SL in the Direction of the Summit of Sant Sebastià.

Sant Sebastià de la Historical Site 11:15 a.m. (1 h)

Visit to the Sant Sebastià de la Guarda Historical Site. Free visit to the Iberian settlement, inn, the Hotel el Far overlook and the Joaquim Turró overlook, in front of the Lighthouse.
To access the Watchtower: Use the PALAFRUGELLPLUS ticket PALAFRUGELLPLUS

12:30 p.m. Walk 4.6 km (1 h)
Walk to Palafrugell along the Local Trail. Retake the SL (Local Trail) where you left it when reaching the Summit of Sant Sebastià and go down the mountain following the white and green markings to reach Palafrugell through the Camí dels Plans.

2 p.m.
Lunch in the centre of Palafrugell. List of restaurants.

Cork Museum 4 p.m. (1 h)

Visit the Cork Museum (on Saturdays and the months of July and August it opens at 5 p.m. instead of 4 p.m.).

Return to the parking area 5 p.m. Walk 4 km (50 minutes), take the bus or taxi.

Tornada l’aparcament de Calella. A peu: 4 km, 50 minuts. Camí més ràpid: per l’Avinguda del Mar (autovia), al final de la qual hi ha l’aparcament, en arribar a Calella.
By bus: check out the schedule
By taxi: check out the companies