Many tourists love the Costa Brava for its relatively unspoilt coastal villages, at least by comparison with the horrors of Benidorm or Torremolinos. But few venture inland to discover little gems like Romanya de la Selva.
With a few really classy restaurants, stunning views over the hillsides, particularly as the sun sinks in the West and an ancient burial site, the "Cova d'en Daina", just off the road to Calonge, this is a highly recommended detour.
Check out my reviews of the Can Roquet restaurant on the Placa de l'Esglesia for more inspiration. You won't regret it,.
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