Over the centuries, coastal inhabitants have taken all manner of routes to access resources, move between towns and look out for threats that could come from the sea in times of piracy and black market trade. On the Costa Brava, we can hike numerous sections of the coastal “camins de ronda” paths, which largely follow the route of the GR-92. Along the different paths we find small, lonely coves of turquoise water, dizzying cliffs and different beaches. Many of the sections depart from locations where it is easy to leave the vehicle parked and make a round trip. One of the most beautiful stretches of this network is the horseshoe path that runs from Cadaqués to Cap de Creus, through a landscape of volcanic rock. Although most routes are suitable for family trips, these are particularly recommended between Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc, from Platja d’Aro to Palamós, along the route that starts in Lloret de Mar and leads to Blanes and the one starting at the Platja de Riells, in L’Escala, and goes as far as Sant Martí d’Empúries. Along the different roundabout paths, we will find privileged lookout points over the coves of the Costa Brava.