Of all the beautiful spots hidden in the Costa Brava, today we would like to focus on Cadaqués, considered by many to be the most beautiful village in Catalonia. Located in the province of Alt Empordá, it occupies most of the eastern coast of the Cap de Creus massif.
In the municipality of Cadaqués you can find some of the wildest and most secluded coves along the Catalan coast. Today on this website we would like to tell you about some of the most beautiful ones. Would you like to join us?
First of all, we would like to talk about Cala Jugadora, one of the most enigmatic and beautiful landscapes of Cap de Creus. It is a small cove sheltered in an arm of the sea that shelters some rocky islets. It is therefore sheltered from the strong winds that usually blow in this area. Made up of rocks and crystal-clear waters, it is an ideal beach for snorkelling.
We would also like to highlight Cala Guillola, which is located in the bay of the same name, to the north of the centre of Cadaqués. Here you will not only find spectacular scenery, but also an ideal place to anchor, among other things because it is also quite sheltered from the wind. And although the surface of the beach is not very comfortable for bathers, as it is made of pebbles, the seabed is, as it is made of sand and seaweed.
Finally, we do not want to talk about a cove, but about one of the few beaches in the municipality. We are referring to Portdoguer, a small urban beach that, on more than one occasion, was painted by Salvador Dalí. Also known as Port d’Alguer and Port Alguer, this beach is crowned by the church of Santa Maria, and is made up of grey gravel. However, it is important to bear in mind that part of it is asphalted. You should also know that you will be able to find some services here.