Pla de Corrals

 

Pla de Corrals Tourist Information



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Pla de Corrals, or "Pla" (as it is known locally), is a delightfully small pueblo (village) renowned for its friendly nature and traditional Spanish community based around the region’s agriculture which is largely reliant upon the growing of fruit (principally Oranges).

After the bustle of the coast and its busy tourist beaches visitors delight in the serenely peaceful lifestyle it has to offer. Pla de Corrals and surrounding villages are set in the most beautiful mountains, situated in large areas of National Park. Within these
protected areas of pine forests, wild flowers and herbs grow. These support many species of wildlife, from butterflies to eagles, red squirrels to wild boar. Visitors will undoubtedly encounter our local goat herd as it passes by (listen out for the bells).

Pla de Corrals and surrounding villages such as Barx, Barxetta, Simat, Les Foies and Manuel etc. are set in the most beautiful mountains, situated in large areas of National Park. Within these protected areas of pine forests, wild flowers and herbs grow. These support many species of wildlife, from butterflies to eagles, red squirrels to wild boar. Enjoy painting, hiking, horse riding, cycling or a simple walk with your dog, children or grandchildren and feel completely safe and at one with nature. This is an experience not to be missed at any time of the year.

There are only two bars – Bar Buixcarro opens lunchtimes and Saturday evenings only with a superb 'menu del dia' and Bar Raquel which opens all day. There is also an emergencies only shop in Bar Buixcarro. Enjoy painting, hiking, horse riding, cycling or a simple walk with your dog, children or grandchildren and feel completely safe and at one with nature.

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