Sant Feliu de Guíxols - S’Agaró
The beach of Sant Pol in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, is a large very open bay which leads into a wide, convenient coastal path, which between the varied vegetation and the manor houses, reaches the bay of Sa Conca, in S'Agaró. The winding route, the pine trees, the undergrowth and the sections that are good for fishing are some of the most characteristics elements of this route that goes round the Pau point, which closes the bay, Cala Vaixell, the Planes de Cala Pedrosa and Cala Pedrosa itself, a small beach with coarse sand, open to the southeast.
Further on you reach the bays of Font and Les Vaques, both without a beach and made of not very high rocks, where you can find plenty of sea urchins. At the end of this rocky section, in which the path is notable thanks to its good condition, you come out right into the middle of the bay of Sa Conca, a type of bay closed to the south by the point of Sa Conca, and to the north by the point of Pinell. The islet of Sa Conca divides the bay and creates the so-called Oriços or S'Oriçar. The path continues round the points of Pinell and Prima, until it goes out into the sea at the marina of Port d'Aro.