These are roads that border the coast and that have had different uses throughout history. Currently, you can walk, enjoy the coastal landscape with tranquility and access the hidden coves where long ago daily events occurred.
Camino de Ronda Norte
- Difficulty: Low (with steps)
- Duration: 1 hour
- Distance: 1.6 km
On the one hand, in the northern part, we find the coastal path that connects the beach of Sa Riera with the Playa del Racó. It is a path that runs along the coast and begins in Sa Riera. On the same beach looking at the sea, on the left side there are stairs that are the beginning of the path. It is an easy path with stopovers in certain sections. First we arrive at the helpless cove of Illa Roja and finally we arrive at Playa del Racó.
Ronda East Road
- Difficulty: Low (with stairs)
- Duration: 45 min
- Distance: 1.5km
In the most central part, there is the wonderful path that connects the coves of Sa Tuna and Aiguafreda . It is a path that connects through several sections with stairs and other more flat ones. The majesty of the landscape is very remarkable. Like most coves, the path is taken from the side where you can already see the stairs that follow the path.
Road to Ronda Sur
- Difficulty: Medium (with steps)
- Duration: 2h
- Distance: 2.5km
In the southern part, there is the coastal path that links the paradisiacal beaches of Aiguablava, Fornells and Playa Fonda . It is a walkway of great spectacularity and beauty that allows you to discover this wonderful place on the Begur coast! If we leave Aiguablava, we will find the path to our left looking at the sea. First we will arrive at the different coves of Fornells to finish at Playa Fonda, a cove of great beauty that is still virgin.