Travel Blogs from Llafranc
... have a local showing you around! With a predominant Catalán culture seen everywhere through flags, language and flyers, this small river bound city is a breath of fresh air nestled on the frontier of the Pyrenees in comparison with the big metropolitan centre of Barcelona.
I was fortunate to have Maria meet me at the Girona Train Station where shortly after we enjoyed the most incredible Patata Bravas and some Bocadillos at one of her favourite restaurants "König". Then ...
We left Carcassonne and set off back towards Montpellier then south to Spain. Another "decathlon" stop en-route as we are running short on gas and decided to buy another portable gas cooker. Its only about an hour to the spanish border but a beautiful drive. It still amazed me that you can just drive across Europe now without any passport control - I remember being detained for some time as a student ...
... 237;n Faxío which has just started to branch out into the American market. They haven't shipped anything over yet, but a close to an agreement with distributors. If you like red wine, this is definately one to try! We only spent a day and a half in Cadaqués before we headed back through Barcelona (along the twisty roads) down to Tarragona. Check out the next entry for more! Your Road Warrior Adventurers, Katherine, Zack, Ginger and Steve (aka mom and ...
... a small stone canopy over the booth window. Only a small bump, hehe. The ruins weren't that impressive, not a huge amount of info. The roads to Cadaques were like an extreme horseshoe path. I spent the day fearing for my life! As demonstrated in the video. A very stressful journey!!! If I had been driving one of two things would have happened. 1. I would have stopped on the road got out and walked... Crying refusing to drive any further or 2. I would have batted of ...
... around now! We stopped in Tossa de Mar for lunch. Parking the camper isn't proving too much of an issue at the minute. We paid for on road parking which meant we didn't have time go up the hill to the castle overlooking the sea. If we had more time we would go back and do this. Tossa de Mar was like most seasides abroad, an abundance of cafes along the front and oiled limbs on the beach, it wasn't ...
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Other places to stay in Llafranc
Passeig Cypsela 1, Llafranc | 1 star hotelfrom $88
Francesc de Blanes 5 E, Llafranc | 2 star hotelfrom $112
Passeig Cypsela, 16, Llafranc | Hotelfrom $109
C/ Cesarea, 2, Llafranc | Hotelfrom $86
Carrer de Farena 36, Llafranc | 3 star hotelfrom $181