Sant Antoni de Calonge, Province of Girona, Spain

Sant Antoni de Calonge, Province of Girona, Spain

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Full of rocking coastlines and rolling hills

Set along the rocky coast of Catalonia, Sant Antoni de Calonge is a waterfront suburb. With the hillside village of Calonge as its stunning backdrop, this seaside resort serves as a popular vacay destination among Spaniards, and is growing quickly among travelers visiting from near and far. With Sant Antoni de Calonge vacation rentals, you'll have the distinct feeling you've found a hidden gem full of sunny beaches, warm and welcoming locals, and a huge variety of cultural attractions.

Time to brush up on your water sport style

Sant Antoni de Calonge is a popular summer destination, and water sports are king. Travelers come from all over Spain to partake in sailing, wind surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing. Away from the beach, you'll find regular markets happening in town every Wednesday, perfect for stocking up on locally made goods for kitchens of Sant Antoni de Calonge vacation rentals. If visiting in the summer, prepare for a variety of festivals and feasts to take over the streets—most notably the Fira Dolca in May, and the Festa Major in July.

A bustling waterfront bursting with history

This former fishing village-turned-waterfront-vacation-spot boasts a fair amount of history. There are Roman ruins scattered throughout the town and nearby, including the 8th-century fortress of Calonge, plus the 16th-century church of St Daniel. Other highlights include the Archaeological Museum of Calonge, as well as the Neo-Gothic church of Saint Anthony, built in the early 20th-century. Along the waterfront promenade, you'll also find the Fira De Calonge amusement park. It's the perfect stop for the kids after a day on the beach, especially for anyone staying in the Sant Antoni de Calonge vacation rentals nearby.

What's better than dining al fresco by the sea?

Summers are peak season for Sant Antoni de Calonge, when water sports enthusiasts flock to the coast from all over Catalonia and the rest of Spain. This can make for busy beaches and a bustling town, so if crowds aren't your thing, consider visiting in the shoulder seasons. You'll still find sunny, warm weather in late spring and early fall, but smaller crowds and lower prices. Winters in Catalonia are mild, so while you won't want to dip your toes in the sea, you can still enjoy the local culture, and maybe even an al fresco meal or 2.

Sunny, sandy stretches and crystal clear coves

Sant Antoni de Calonge boasts stunning waterfront views from Spain's rocky coastline. Travelers eager to get close to the local marine life will be pleased to learn that both scuba diving and snorkeling are popular pastimes in the area, and with good reason. While much of the coastline is rocky, Sant Antoni de Calonge boast a long stretch of golden sand and warm water. But if you decide to branch away from this little resort town, you'll find plenty of picturesque bays and coves, many of which make for special swimming and diving in the crystal clear waters.