It’s 7:30 a.m. We’ve set an alarm to catch the sunrise. Yet again, when we roll up the screens of the van, all we see is thick mist. So, we go to the beach and see how the sea blends into the sky. It is almost like the horizon has disappeared. Back at the Marco Polo, we have breakfast and decide to stay a little longer, taking more notes on our experiences. At this moment, we are totally relaxed. No stress. No rush. It is amazing to just be spontaneous and go with the flow. But then reality strikes: this is our last day. Sure enough, all good things must come to an end. By tomorrow evening, we will have gone back to Barcelona. It’s time to wrap this trip up.
We arrive late at Cala s’Alguer and settle in at a nice spot to cook some pasta. After the meal, we go for a walk and catch a view of the old fishing houses set by the sea. This is probably one of the most picturesque sceneries in Catalonia and well worth visiting. We’ve saved this experience to make it one of our final impressions from Costa Brava to take home to Barcelona. It is time to return to the city. Of course, we could’ve well spent much longer than three days in this adventure. At the same time, it sparks excitement about our next trip. Because this also is for certain: we will do this again. Very soon. Just hop in a Marco Polo to leave the city behind, clear our minds and enjoy the pureness of nature for a little while. We can recommend this to everyone!