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From Girona airport, there are excellent bus connections to all of the coastal towns, and a train links Girona and Barcelona. Taxis are also available outside of the arrivals terminal.
Sarfa is the main company, though there are literally dozens of public bus companies offering routes throughout the region.
Buses here are efficient and cheap, and connect all the major towns and resorts from central bus stations. Buses to and from some of the smaller villages and more off-the-beaten-path beaches will be few and far between. This is when taxis or having your own wheels will come in handy.
Taxis are a great option if you just want the odd foray out of the vicinity of your hotel, or if you missed the final bus back from the beach while you caught the very last of those warm summer rays.
They can be booked through hotels, caught from taxi ranks or, in the cities, hailed on the street.
Unsurprisingly, boats are a favourite way to get around for many of the locals. You can join them by hopping on small ferries between some of the fishing ports or taking a day’s boat trip.
For those who don’t mind working up a sweat, pedal power can be an excellent way to get around.
Many of the world’s top (and even more amateur) cyclists descend on this region to train, and you can get out into the fresh air too by renting a bicycle. If you’re not up to powering along the country lanes you can potter around Girona or your resort and work off some of those tapas.
One of the best ways to get around, you can find out all you need to know on our Costa Brava car hire page.