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Platja d’Aro – Costa Brava’s little peaceful beachside gem

Recently I had an opportunity to visit Costa Brava’s small beach town Platja d’Aro. The first thing I noticed once I got off the bus and walked toward my hotel was, the peaceful feeling I got from my new surroundings. Unlike Party town Lloret de Mar, Platja d’Aro is pretty peaceful and a perfect beach town for a little Rest and Relaxation. May is a perfect month to visit, but I predict June would be just as lovely. Bellow are some photos of from this pretty little beach town.

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The main road above the beach has some awesome little shops and you can also find designer brands here too. Surprisingly it’s a great place for shopping. Platja d’Aro also has a port at the edge of the town and a nearby large campsite too. There are also some watersport activities for adventure lovers.

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My only tip would be to not go there alone. Platja d’Aro is meant to be enjoyed with a partner or a small group of people.

Getting there from Barcelona:

Best way to get to Platja d’Aro is by a Sarfa bus. You will recognize them by their orange color. They are very comfy for travel, air-conditioned and even have free Wi-Fi on them. One way ticket from Barcelona’s El-Prat airport is about €17 and from Barcelona Nord station is about €15.

Barcelona Nord station address: Carrer d’Alí Bei, 80, 08013 Barcelona, Spain

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