Calonge is one of many towns in Baix Empordà with more attractions than you can count on the fingers of both hands. To start with, you have mediaeval Calonge in the shape of an exceptional old quarter with the arcaded Carrer Càcul, Plaça de la Doma and Plaça Major, where the castle awaits you, forming an integral part of the town.
Enter and visit the square, the Renaissance palace and the keep. Then you have Sant Antoni de Calonge, the Calonge of coves and beaches, where footpaths wind their way around the coast. And there's an even more ancient heritage to see in Calonge: the dolmens scattered along the Ruàs valley and the Iberian settlement of Castellbarri. And make sure you don't miss the festive Calonge, with highlights including the New Wine Festival and the mediaeval market.