Beaches of begur in girona


Begur is one of the most purely Mediterranean towns on the Costa Brava, a place where the typical Catalan lifestyle blends with the best sun and beach proposals to offer you a destination like no other.

In fact, its population can go from 4,000 to 40,000 inhabitants during the peak summer months… It’s hard to resist its charms!
Although these months the beaches may be more crowded than you would like, now is precisely the best time to enjoy the cool waters, the placid climate and the lively atmosphere of the surrounding area.

If you were thinking of spending a few days in the area and would like to visit some of its beaches, pay attention to this quick summary:

– Aiguablava: A small cove surrounded by high mountains with a beautiful natural environment of fine sand and crystalline waters. It has all kinds of facilities on the beach as well as some restaurants.

– Aiguafreda: Even smaller than the previous one, this cove of barely 30 metres with a pebble floor also has facilities and some services (parking and restaurants, for example).

– El Racó: If you want to make sure you have space for your towel, you’d better go to this beach, as it is one of the largest, with a sandy area of 400 metres; perfectly prepared for tourism.

– Fornells: Only 20 metres of beach… Get up early or choose another one!

– L’Illa Roja (Red Island): This is one of the most popular, a 120-metre long sandy beach surrounded by rocky formations that jut out into the sea. It is nudist.

– Sa Riera: An urban beach of golden sand where you will find restaurants, kiosks and all kinds of beach cleaning services.

Other beaches that are worth a visit are Sa Tuna, Ses Orats, Platja Fonda, Estasia or Es Tremadiu, for example.

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