Llanca Apartments - sample the culinary delights of this quaint Spanish fishing town
Llanca, a municipality, lies in the county of Alt Emporda in Catalonia, Spain. It is a tourist destination and a fishing port. Llanca is located on the coast near Cap de Creus and is also located 15 kilometres from the Spanish-French border. Llanca holiday rentals can afford you the opportunity to enjoy the sights of the Llanca port and the village as well. The village is the older entity of the two, and offers many historical monuments and buildings. Some of the best Llanca holiday rentals can be found in beach facing locales as well. There are designated family beaches as well and despite its popularity and attractions, is relatively uncrowded. The sea water is extraordinarily clear and is clean and safe as well. When staying in Llanca holiday rentals, check if they have access to sports and watersports activities. Most of the places have boat anchorages and taking a boat trip around Llanca is a nice way to spend your time.
History, delicious cuisine and spectacular beaches - all within easy reach of your Llanca Villas
Llanca holiday rentals are available in different sizes and locations. These include flats or apartments, and holiday homes too. If you are a food lover then Llanca has some fabulous local cuisine to offer. So opt for staying in Llanca holiday rentals that can put you closer to the city square or city centre so you can sample these delights easily. One of the places to visit is the Sant Pere de Rodes, which is a monastery from the Roman era. You can choose to reach the monastery by many footpaths that start from Llanca and this makes for a great educational experience for all the family. Llanca holiday rentals also come in several different categories. The quieter ones can be found on the seafront. There are also a few to be found in the old port area. The bars of Placa Major are a tourist attraction as well and it also transforms into a social avenue when summer rolls around and the locals get together to indulge in their Sardana dancing.
There are also plenty of seafood restaurants within Llanca that can give you an opportunity to sample some dishes made of fresh seafood. Add a visit to the Placa Major not just for the bars, but also to see the regal great plane tree which was planted in 1870. The tree is a reminder of Llanca’s freedom from France. The history of Llanca dates back to 974 as a popular destination with pirates! Since then the village has grown to become an internationally known holiday location, and offers enough entertainment and a mix of holidays for the active people and for those looking for a laidback Spanish holiday. If you are searching for the perfect summer holiday location to treat your friends and family, look no further than Rab Villa Holidays.