Exellent choice of holiday apartments and villas in Calella de Palafrugell

Calella de Palafrugell in Spain is a fishing village located within the Costa Brava. The village has proven to be a very popular holiday destination for a wide range of European holiday makers. The village is very picturesque with its winding streets that ascend the surrounding hills and beautiful beaches. There's plenty to do when you stay at one of the apartments or villas in Calella de Palafrugell, including the excellent Activ Natura Park where you can swing through the trees, have a go at archery or even try one of the many mountain bike trails. There are no purpose built resorts in the vicinity but the town still gets quite busy throughout the summer months. Villas in Calella are among some of the most sought after holiday destinations.

Prestige Villas Spain is a small family run company that has over 30 years experience with villa and property rentals within the Costa Blanca, Costa Brava and Costa del Sol areas. Our firsthand knowledge of the area is unsurpassed and we are dedicated to helping you find the type of accommodation that you are after, no matter how high or low we have to search. Have a look at some of the superb offers that we can provide you with on villas and apartments in Calella de Palafrugell by browsing through our site today.

Calella de Palafrugell Area Map

Area History

Just like many areas around Spain, Calella de Palafrugell, was also once a small fishing town, offering beautiful sights and a charm you couldn’t find anywhere else. The history of the village is actually scattered all around, as an example, the Church of St. Pere de Calella which was created in 1884 or the homonymous tower which was created in the 16th century, firstly built to serve as a fortress.

Searching for a Calella de Palafrugell Villa?

Ideal for families, groups, or couples seeking opulence and autonomy during their travels. Revel in the vastness and seclusion of these lavishly appointed, detached residences—guests can indulge in cooking, lounging, and adventuring at their own pace. Keep in mind that in Calella de Palafrugell, a "resort" might also go by the name "villa".

Local Attractions and Places to Visit

When in Calella de palafrugell there are many things to see and do, especially when it comes to the historical side of the island. Whether you are one of those people that want to relax on a nice sunny beach or would prefer to be adventurous and go for a hike, Calella de palafrugell has it all. One great place to visit is the Cap Roig Botanical Gardens, which are ideal for honeymooners, allowing you to escape from reality and relax.

Eating Out

When it comes to eating out in Calella de palafrugell there are many different restaurants to try. From those serving the traditional Mediterranean food to restaurants which serve a wide variety of international food, you are sure to find what you need when you stop here. One of the best and most well known restaurants here is the Xabec Restaurant which serves a range of Mediterranean dishes at great prices.


Once again, just like the rest of Spain, the education system in Calella de palafrugell is exactly the same. There are three different tiers of education, a Nursery school education for those aged from 3 to 6, a primary school education for those aged from 6 to 12 and a high school education for those who are aged from 12 – 16/18. The education in Spain is among the very best and is often admired.


When in Calella de palafrugell there are 3 main health and medical centres, the Grup Ortopedic XXI S.L, an Orthopedists, the Cos Fisioterapia i Estetica S.C, used for physical therapy, and Barcelo Manaut Griselda which is a doctors. There is never any need to worry about medical care when in Calella de Palafrugell, as the attention given to you will be second to none should you get into an accident.

Discover the Beaches of Calella de Palafrugell

Your holiday villa in Calella de Palafrugell positions you conveniently close to a collection of picturesque beaches linked by a scenic pathway that forms part of the Camino de Ronda hiking route. Port Bo Beach rests adjacent to the charming whitewashed harbor, boasting abundant amenities to fill your day, along with crystal-clear waters and a kaleidoscope of marine life awaiting snorkelers and divers.

Feeling adventurous? Embark on a hike along the trail to the secluded Cala del Golfet. Regarded as one of the premier beaches on the Costa Brava, it's framed by crimson cliffs and nestled just below the enchanting Cap Roig Botanical Garden. You'll find yourself enchanted by hours of swimming and panoramic views of the Formigues Islands—don't forget to pack a delightful picnic!

Travelling with your family? The gentle sands and shallow waters of Malaspina Beach offer an idyllic playground for little ones, complemented by nearby cafes and tempting ice cream vendors!

Calella de Palafrugell: Family Escapes

In Calella de Palafrugell, family holidays abound, with an abundance of villas tailored for all ages. Many boast private swimming pools and expansive gardens, ensuring endless entertainment options for kids who opt for a day of leisure at home. The tranquil and crystalline waters surrounding Calella de Palafrugell cater to both toddling tots and adventurous teens alike, making it the perfect playground for all.

For a dash of adventure, charter a boat and a skilled skipper to navigate the coastal coves, complete with a delectable picnic and a plan to savour the sunset! On land, embark on an exhilarating journey along the Camino de Ronda, whether by foot or bicycle, pausing intermittently for breathtaking vistas and invigorating swims. To add a sprinkle of excitement for the young ones, regale them with tales of the swashbuckling pirates who once roamed these very shores.

Arriving in Calella de Palafrugell

Girona Airport, a mere 45-minute drive away, serves as the gateway to Calella de Palafrugell. Transportation options from the airport to the town include buses, taxis, or rental cars. While the bus route, though not direct, offers the most economical choice, it does entail a journey of approximately 2 hours. For those eager to explore the surrounding area extensively, securing a rental car for the duration of your stay is highly recommended.

Getting around the town

Calella de Palafrugell is a quaint and compact town easily navigable on foot. Virtually all of the town's beaches and key attractions are within walking distance. Enthusiastic walkers may even embark on a leisurely twenty-minute stroll along a marked coastal path to reach the neighbouring town of Llafranc. Additionally, several other scenic coastal walks in the area lead to nearby beaches.

Are holiday rentals in Calella de Palafrugell a luxurious option?

Absolutely! The holiday rentals in Calella de Palafrugell offer considerable amenities. However, if you seek distinctive holiday accommodations, swift action is imperative, as availability tends to fill up rapidly. Among the available lodgings, 41% feature a pool, 30% boast a garden, and none currently offer a sauna. Furthermore, for those prioritising ample space, a striking 93% of holiday rentals can accommodate large groups, with 30% offering verdant surroundings nearby.

When is the best time for a trip to Calella de Palafrugell?

Judging by the amenities provided by holiday rentals in Calella de Palafrugell, the warmer months stand out as the ideal time to visit. This conclusion is drawn from the fact that 41% of properties here include a swimming pool, 30% offer a garden, and 27% are equipped with air conditioning. Waste no time in securing your accommodations in Calella de Palafrugell for an unforgettable holiday experience.

Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Calella de Palafrugell?

Rest assured, we specialise in sourcing accommodations tailored for group stays in Calella de Palafrugell. Typically, our apartment rentals can comfortably accommodate up to five guests on average.

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