: Flaçà or Girona
: AP-7 Girona
: Pals, Sa Riera
: Town center
: La Molina, Puigcerdà
: Golf Platja de Pals or Golf Serres Pals
: Town centre
The town of Pals is a medieval walled enclosed, now restored and very well conserved. The first reference to the town dates from 889. With just over 2,800 inhabitants Pals and the surrounding area offer you a wide range of things to do, from organised activities to gastronomic routes with the most exquisite recipes. You can play golf, scuba dive or go windsurfing at the beach of Pals. You can enjoy nature by walking over the dunes or cycling through the rice fields.
'Can Caranta' is situated on the Medieval town of Pals. Quiet area and nice views, located in the heart of “Baix Empordà” (Costa Brava). At 7km from the magnificent beaches of Pals, Sa Riera, Sa Tuna, Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc.
It is a one and a half hour drive north of Barcelona, and 40 minutes from Girona airport. It only takes 45 minutes drive to the French border.
Other Activities: Fly surf, Skate board, Kayaking
Golf: Recently the Costa Brava was voted by the IAGTO (International association of international Golf Tour Operators) as the “best emerging golf destination world wide”.
The moderate climate of the zone make Pals an ideal place for enjoying Golf. There are 2 golf courses in the town (Pals Golf Club: with 18 holes, is beside the sea, on dunes covered by an large pine wood and the other course named Golf Serres de Pals). And if you are a beginner, you can start out at one of the many Pitch & Putt courses around Pals.
There are 11 courses all within an hour’s drive of 'Can Caranta', 4 of which are considered amongst the best in Spain : EMPORDA (5 min. drive), Home to the European Tour Qualifying School , 27 holes, Par 71 and 72. PALS (5 min drive) 18 holes, par 73. PGA CATALUNYA (50 min drive), Ranked in the top ten best golf courses in Europe- 18 holes par 72. GIRONA (40 min drive) 18 holes, Par72.
Others are Perelada, Torremirona, Mas Pages, Gualta, Serres de Pals, Mas Nou (d’Aro) and L’Angel de Lloret.