S'Arenella Lighthouse

Address:Urbanització Cap de Bol Far. 17489 El Port de la Selva

S'Arenella Lighthouse is the first one in the Costa Brava north. It opened in 1913 and it is located at a height of 22 meters above sea level. It has a range of 13 nautical miles and its frequency is 5 seconds. Located at the northern end of the bay of Port de la Selva it can be reached from the center throught the coastal path that connects this fishermen village with Llançà. You'll find spectacular views and a bucolic landscape.

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S'Arenella Lighthouse, el Port de la Selva

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