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Palamós, strategically located in the Empordà region in the heart of the Costa Brava, is a charming town caressed by warm waters and bathed in the Mediterranean sun, whose rays reach out to touch the fine sand of its smooth beaches.
Palamós is also identified by various characteristics and aspects; with almost 7.5km of contrast, cliffs, hidden coves and the sea, its famous Tramuntana wind has defined the personality of the town and its citizens.
Visitors will find the magnificent beaches of Platja Gran, La Fosca and Castell and the charming little coves of Cala Margarida and Cala Estreta.
Palamós is also an authentic, small and charming town, reminiscent of Ancient Greece. Immerse yourself in its culture, heritage and traditions!
If we look at gastronomy, the main ingredient here is the red shrimp. This red shrimp, traditionally caught in coastal towns, is internationally renowned and even has a hallmark of quality. In the Fishing Museum, guest can learn about the past, present and future of the fishing industry of this beautiful town and even buy some fresh fish every morning from the fish auction which, as a typical activity of the town, is worth a visit.
Palamós has been also a source of inspiration for numerous artists such as Salvador Dalí, the prominent Spanish surrealist painter, Joaquin Vayreda, one of the most well-known 19th-century painters of the Catalan countryside; and Marc Chagall, an early modernist artist, who created works in virtually every artistic medium.
Come to Palamós and be part of this town, a genuine gift to the senses of the cruise passengers.