Palamos is a town and metropolis in Spain. With an estimated population of 17,000. Located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula, this region has attractive landscapes, coves and villages, and also a number of key sites with remains from the past, including the homes of the first settlers in the Palaeolithic ruins at Ullastret, the Greek remains at Empuries and gems of medieval architecture, such as Pals. The port is set in one of the biggest and deepest natural bays in this area of the Mediterranean, which makes it very effortless for boats to maneuver to and from. As a further feature, the port also works with local tourism companies who offer a wide range of opportunities for tourists to get to know and enjoy the Costa Brava. The exceptional communications from the port of Palamos make it swift and trouble-free to get to and from the town to every place of significance.
Palamos has a gorgeous bay, which is cool for
swimming, sailing and windsurfing.
Take a trip to one of the many parks, museums, and historical spots in Palamos. Like Museu Arqueologic, Girona Art Museum, Museum of the History of the Jews, Esglesia de Sant Feliu, the Eiffel Bridge, or the Passeig de la Muralla.