The local stables ‘Centre Hipic La Clau’ offers horse riding and guided routes on horseback and carriage through the surrounding countryside.
Visit the Pre-Roman Iberian town of Puig de Sant Andreu. Walk amongst stone remains and see how the indigenous Iberian tribes lived back in the 6th century BC.
Visit the many medieval stone villages dotted around the area and enjoy Gothic and Romanic architecture.
Rarely mentioned in tourist guide books, there are several routes (walking or combined drive and walk) through the ‘Gavarres’ mountains (a short drive from Ullastret) where historic gems are to be discovered such as abandoned Romanic churches, Neolithic dolmens and century's old byways where the ruts worn into the rocks by ancient horse-drawn carts can still be discerned.
Take a trip from the fishing port of Palamós aboard the ‘Rafael’, a traditional lateen-rigged Catalan fishing boat and follow in the footsteps of the infamous 15th century pirate "Barbarossa".
On Palamós quayside, "General Nautíc" offers a range of motor launches that can be rented by the day or week plus the opportunity of big game fishing under the guidance of an experienced sports fisherman.