This nature reserve has improved with years. Paths are well signed and there are lovely hikes among olive trees, occasional pines and the ever present scent of Mediterranean herbs. There are inlets with stunning rock formations and hidden coves and beaches for swims. The two bar/restaurants at the lighthouse have spectacular views and very often feature live music. The information center at the lighthouse is a little jewel. Finally the ruins of the Club Med have been swept away and replaced by a lovely path going through totally recovered nature and a few striking large steel sculptures. Only down side is the presence on many paths - particularly between the light house and the sculpture walk - of bits of toilet paper. Except for parking by the sculpture walk, there are no charges for driving through Cabo Creus - though there allegedly no parking along the road. Best though to make it a half day hike from Port Lligat with refreshments at the light house - in summer make sure to bring some water with you for the hike.
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