Route of the Costa Brava Stage Run 2022

The route of the CBSR follows both the well-known GR92 (path that crosses Catalonia by the Mediterranean side) and the Seapaths of the Costa Brava (paths that cross some sections of the coast between Blanes and Portbou by the sea; they were used in the past as a way back home for injured fishermen while they worked, and as for the control of smuggling and black market in the last century).


The first stage runs through the spectacular “Marimurtra Botanical Garden” and “Pinya de Rosa Tropical Garden”, both in Blanes. During this part we also cross typical beaches of the Costa Brava as Treumal or Santa Cristina. From Lloret de Mar to Tossa the route alternates Sea Walks with GR92 until Cala Canyelles. After Canyelles, in Cala Morisca (small beach of pebbles only accessible on foot) begins the last part of the stage. This, with stretches of forest and a kilometric beach in Cala Llevadó, ends at the idyllic town of Tossa de Mar in a stage that runs through the so-called “Selva Marítima” (Maritime Jungle).

CBSR120K & CBSR80K ST1: 22K 900m d+

Friday 1 April 2022 – 12:00

AV1 – Lloret de Mar – 9,5km | Time Limit: 1h45′

AV2 – Cala Llevadó – 17,6km | Time Limit: 3h50′

Finish – Tossa de Mar – 22,1km | Time Limit: 5h00′

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The second stage follows the Seapath in its early stages, and does not lose contact with the sea until the “Cap Roig Gardens”, crossing  Cala Estreta beach in this part. Once in the picturesque Calella de Palafrugell (starting point of the second stage of the CBSR80K), and following the GR92, you reach the imposing San Sebastia Lighthouse after passing through Llafranc. Once past Tamariu (without forgetting Cala Pedrosa beach), the impressive beaches of Agua Xelida and Aiguablava will mark the beginning of the ascent to the highest point of the stage (254m) to enter the wonderful Cap de Begur. After enjoying Sa Tuna and Aiguafreda, we face the longest stretch of the CBSR beach. With the Medes Islands as a visual reference, we will cross the entire Pals beach through the Natural Park of “Montgrí, Illes Medes i Baix Ter” among the fine sand dunes of the Gola del Ter. Just arriving at l’Estartit you’ll find the finish line after crossing the whole Baix Empordà region.

CBSR120K ST2: 48K 1600m d+

Saturday 2 April 2022 – 08:00

AV1 – La Fosca – 9,6km | Time limit: TBD

AV2 – Calella de Palafrugell – 17,7km | Time limit: TBD

AV3 – Aiguablava – 28,4km | Time limit: TBD

AV4 – Sa Riera – 38km | Time limit: TBD

Finish – L’Estartit – 47,4km | Time limit: TBD

CBSR80K ST2: 30K 1200m d+

Saturday 2 April 2022 – 10:00

AV1 – Aiguablava – 10,7km | Time limit: TBD

AV2 – Sa Riera – 20,2km | Time limit: TBD

Finish – L’Estartit – 29,7km | Time limit: TBD

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The third stage follows the GR92 to cross the Natural Park of “Cap de Creus” and reach the end of this adventure, in Portbou, crossing the Alt Empordà region from south to north. The start in Roses will take the runners to Cadaqués passing through Cala Montjoi and Cala Jòncols beaches, from which the runners will cross the Cap Norfeu to reach this town both linked to art and historically to fishing. This will be, at the same time, the starting point of the third stage of the CBSR80K. From here, and crossing the Cap de Creus, we will momentarily leave direct contact with the sea, but never visually losing it -and passing through the 317m of the highest point of the race- to the Port de la Selva. At this point runners will face the last 20km of the race, 16km of which very flat passing through Llançà and Garbet beach. From Garbet, the participants will arrive in Colera to face the last ascent, from where Portbou is already seen: the finish line of the CBSR.

CBSR120K ST3: 48K 1500m d+

Sunday 3 April 2022 – 08:00

AV1 – Cala Montjoi – 9km | Time limit: 1h35′

AV2 – Cadaqués – 18,5km | Time limit: 3h20′

AV3 – Port de la Selva – 28,2km | Time limit: 5h35′

AV4 – Llançà – 36,4km | Time limit: 7h00′

Finish – Portbou – 47,8km | Time limit: 10h00′

CBSR80K ST3: 29K 900m d+

Sunday 3 April 2022 – 10:00

AV1 – Port de la Selva – 9,7km | Time limit: 3h35′

AV2 – Llançà – 17,9km | Time limit: 5h00′

Finish – Portbou – 29,2km | Time limit: 8h00′

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