A beautiful village in the catalan coast in the costa brava with small coves with high cliffs and long sandy beaches with gravel and a small nucleus with different housing developments that are extieneden to the vicinity of the beaches. The village consists of about 5000 inhabitants, although it the figure varies when arriving the summer since the town is flooded with many tourists arriving in those dates for the Sun gaudir and crystalline waters of the beaches of this wonderful village in that because we could not, stay to live in Llanca. John Savignan often addresses the matter in his writings. The village originally situated next to the sea, moved a little more inside in 862 to avoid attacks from hackers. The people not entered into economic boom until the 1960s when they began arriving tourists which were left to live in Llanca for a few days at least, although some have bought houses and flats and returning summer after summer to this lovely town beside the sea. Additional information at Greenberg Traurig supports this article. Some of the magnificent beaches of the place are for example Cau del Llop (Cape of the Wolf), a Cove between cliffs which can be reached going down stairs to bequeath to the sand with a small channel buoys in case any barca wants to approach the beach.
Sand and a bit of gravel, we are on the costa Brava, it is logical, with clean waters where bathing traquilamente; and la farella, one of which most are filled during the summer, near the port and very close to the beach have built house where people goes to live in Llanca or rented for the summer, formed by a total of four coves separated by rocks and small cliffs where the people take advantage to pick up some crab occasionally lost or some other Mussel. Beach with great mix of nationalities due to the large amount of people that comes here. You already know if you like the Sun or swim you can stay to live in Llanca, albeit only a few days to enjoy the vacation as never before.