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Julivia Bus


Julivia tourist bus: one route by land to enjoy the most emblematic points of Palafrugell.

Visit the cultural facilities in Palafrugell, go into Cap Roig botanical gardens, go along the esplanade to Llafranc port, climb up to  Sant Sebastià lighthouse for the best views of the coastline, enjoy the pretty beach at Tamariu… Juliviat bus take you there!


Julivia bus:

The is wifi on the bus to download the application “Julivia bus” which includes all the information about the route, schedules, location of stops, history of the town, discounts… with departures from Palafrugell station at 9:30, 11, 12:30, 16, 17:30 and 19 pm

It is a get on and off bus and you can use the discounts you are offered to comfortably and cheaply enjoy our land and services.

Tickets can be bought at the tourist offices, bus station and same bus.



All detailed information on Julivia Bus here!




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