Panier of Plenty

Costa Brave

Although the weather is incredible for November, it takes courage (and a swim suit, that in this instance, I haven’t got) to go swimming in the cool crystal clear waters of the Costa Brava…

Cadaquès

Cadaqués

Following the harbour path

Following the harbour path

Through overhanging arches

Through overhanging arches

Beaconing

Beaconing

Camino de Ronda, bay

Camino de Ronda, bay

Impressive construction

Impressive architecture

View from coastal path

View from coastal path

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2 thoughts on “Costa Brave

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Magic-coloured water! 🙂

  2. Vivienne Cole on said:

    Lifts the spirits, so inviting (:

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