Platja d’Aro

Holiday Guide Platja d’Aro – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: Approx 2-3½ hours from UK
  • Time difference: 1 hour ahead of the UK
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro

 

At a Glance

  • A haven of relaxation
  • Couples wanting to unwind
  • A tasteful collection of shops
  • Unwind during June, July or August

Platja D’aro resort at a glance

  • The destination offers a long fantastic seashore having numerous tiny sandy bays nearby.
  • The energetic area of Barcelona is close by for a afternoon excursion or a shared trip.
  • Great local services making use of decent selection of eateries, taverns and bars.

Platja D’aro Resort Facts:

 

The family holiday locality of Platja D’aro contains all the ingredients to make a perfect family holiday for young couples and holidaymakers alike. A long golden comfortable beach due to all the usual visitor features, sunbeds, umbrellas, beach sports as well as a great selection of cafe pubs for refreshments or goodies.

Along the coastline to the southern area and north of the resort you will find numerous gorgeous cove sandy beaches along with safe swimming. The resort has several shops, ice cream parlours and places to eat offering anything from takeaway food to good outstanding nearby cuisine. Just towards the southern area of Platja D’aro is the expensive resort of S’Agaro, which is really worth a try.

It is possible to walk along a coastal footpath that’s extremely enjoyable and takes about 40 minutes. Once in S’Agaro you will look for a lovely beach and a variety of great outstanding dining establishments for afternoon meal or evening meal. This area can be a little more tranquil as compared to a number of the more famous Costa Brava accommodations, but still includes enough going on to please most holidaymakers and visitors of any age.

All Inclusive in Platja d’Aro – A major Costa Brava beach holiday resort

Platja d’Aro all in hols are based in an immensely common innovative holiday resort around the very centre of the Costa Brava, 25 kilometers south eastern side of Gerona airport. Platja d’Aro holidays all inclusive offer all the amenities and entertainment you would anticipate from a major destination which include kid’s playgrounds, funfairs, cinemas, bowling alleys and waterparks.

Platja d’Aro holiday breaks offer a surprising amount of shops for the size of the area and an inexhaustible selection of eateries, bars, pubs and discos. Holiday breaks in Platja d’Aro are very popular due to holidaymakers drawn by the beach locations and plentiful fun for kids.

Platja d’Aro holiday getaways also offer plenty of watersports, a couple of first class golf courses, a nice-looking coastal path to San Antonio de Calonge and excellent walking and bicycling inland within the Gavarres mountains. All this in case you could drag yourself far from the seashore and the night life considered amongst the liveliest around the Costa Brava.

 

Platja d’Aro seashore all inclusive – A selection of seven different Mediterranean and beyond beaches

Platja d’Aro holiday getaways target the long seafront promenade which remains animated practically within the clock.

There are no less than 7 Platja d’Aro sandy beaches and coves in the gulf, and each Platja d’Aro seaside features its own atmosphere. The main Platja d’Aro beach, the Platja Gran, is often a broad mile-long stretch of fantastic sand which includes a small marina due to best-selling waterfront pubs.

The seafront promenade is lined with pubs and restaurants and is the primary focus of all in hols in Platja d’Aro as well as the more classic region centre featuring a retailers and tapas clubs. For a quieter Platja d’Aro seaside with pleasant green bordering try the smaller bays such as Cala dels Canyers, Cala del Pi and Sa Conca. Cala Roviro to the north includes a more intimate feel.

Platja d’Aro beaches are well organised and maintained and boast EU Blue Flags.

Platja d’Aro all inclusive – In the heart of the Costa Brava

A variety of other Costa Brava accommodations and Mediterranean and beyond beachfronts is nearby. Holidays All Inclusive in Platja d’Aro could very easily contain a trip for the neighbouring resort of S’Agaro, the day fishing town of Palamos as well as the smaller more upmarket accommodations of Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc and Tamariu.

Other worthwhile Platja d’Aro all inclusive holiday organised tours contain the old harbour town of Saint Feliu having its medieval monastery, the botanical landscapes at Cap Roig, and the monastery at Montserrat.

Standard tours run along the coast and to Gerona having its beautiful medieval old resort centre. Platja d’Aro all inclusive holidays could make use of coastal ferries to check out Tossa de Mar or the incredibly popular larger resort of Palamos

Platja d’Aro Weather

April 60°F
May 70°F
June 77°F
July 81°F
Aug 81°F
Sept 77°F
Oct 66°F
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