Distinctive fishing village resort - everyone welcome

Located on the Mediterranean Costa Brava, the heartbeat of Palamos is its fishing heritage that has enabled it to become a buzzing port in which to unwind. The town and its surroundings are an area of natural beauty, and there are plenty of things to see and do. From culture to beachcombing, you’ll find it all here. Being a fishing village, the marina provides a focal point, however, with 7.5 km of golden beaches, you will find a place to relax and read or book, or why not discover the hidden coves for an idyllic, secluded rest from the buzz of the village? Palamos has retained an innocent charm, despite its impressive abilities to cater for travellers. Whether to choose to totally unwind or visit the night life in Palamos, you’ll enjoy your break here.

Answers to your questions

Being on the Med, this proud village is prodigious in its abilities catching prawns and serving them. However, you can also enjoy traditional Spanish gastronomy
Located where it is, Palamos enjoys mild Springs and pleasant Summers making this an attractive all year-round
If you don’t fancy sitting on the beach, there’s mystical coves to uncover, whilst there’s charming walks and the Barri del Pedro to visit.

What else is there to do here?

Head to Platja Gran

Platja Gran is the most prominent beach with fine, golden sand. Lifegaurds are also on patrol, and there umbrellas to rent. It’s also wheelchair friendly.

Uncover mystical coves

Cala de la Fosca offers shallow waters and areas for families with children to unwind. In an area of natural beauty, hammocks are for hire.

The Fish Museum

Museu de La Pesca tells the story of the roots of the local industry and walks you through how important the sea is to Palamos.