Llançà is a small town of 4,900 people (2018) on the coast of northern Catalonia, Spain. It is an important fishing port and tourist centre.
Llançà is on the coastline of the Costa Brava, between the Cap de Creus and the French frontier.
There's no direct train connection to Llançà, nearest station is Portbou or Figueres Vilafant for high speed train connection to Madrid, Barcelona and Paris.
Sarfa operates a daily service direct from Barcelona to Cadaques. The timetable changes depending on the season. The buses leave from the North Station which is close to "Arc de Triomf" (and metro station) and is also within walking distance from the centre of the city (about 35 minutes walk). Continue to Llançà by taxi.
The C-252 connects the town with Figueres and continues on to the border at Portbou.
- 1 Miramar, Passeig Marítim, 7, Llançà, ☏ +34 972 38 01 32. 2 Michelin stars.
- Cap de CreusIt is possible to walk there following a marked track which follows the coast. It is also possible to walk or drive along the road. There is a bar and restaurant at the Cape which is open everyday until late (22:00ish).
- Blanes. Southernmost resort with two botanical gardens, beaches and modernisme buildings