Cala de la Fosca:
It’s the first beach we found in the north. It’s distinguished by the large black rock called “Roca Fosca” which is approximately in its middle. Its background of fine and clear sand makes its waters transparent. The Cap Gros protects the cave from the south wind.
(7’ from Port Marina)
The fishermen’s houses and the pines make this cave a unique place. There are some public buoys, so it’s not necessary to throw the anchor. Indispensable visit.
Playa des Castell:
With fine sand, surrounded by pine trees and nature, this beach is part of the Castell-Cap Roig protected area, and next to the famous Iberian settlement. Easy to pull the anchor, you will have as neighbours’ sailboats and boats of large length from nearby ports. Ideal when the east wind blows (east).
Surrounded by rocks and pine trees, it’s famous for the natural hole in the rock. Transparent and turquoise water cave only accessible by sea. A bath in this cave is mandatory!
(12’ from Port Marina)
A virgin enclave surrounded by cliffs and crowned by a large house where the famous American writer Truman Capote summered. There is a field of public buoys, so it’s not necessary to throw the anchor. Ideal for snorkelling!
Cala des Vedell:
Easy to recognize by the rock in the middle. Surrounded by pine trees and cliffs, with transparent water.
Cala del Golfet:
Located at the foot of the gardens of Cap Roig surrounded by vegetation and rocks. It is the most wild and sheltered cove in Calella de Palafrugell, recommended to anchor where enjoy snorkeling. It’s protected from the South wind and the Tramuntana.
Calella de Palafrugell:
One of the most famous places on the Costa Brava, the view from the sea is worth it.
(20’ from Port Marina)
Cala Pedrosa – Tamariu:
Virgin Cove of Stony character and protected by pines and some other cliff. The access by land is complicated so there are very few people. It’s easy to anchor, transparent water and ideal for snorkeling or relaxing.
Describes the essence of the Costa Brava for its color, smell and pines. Unique corner, worth seeing it from the sea. Ideal to eat in one of its restaurants (Royal restaurant) while the boat is tied up in one of the buoys of payment, the boatman will help you and approach the cove. You can’t throw away the anchor.
(35’ from Port Marina)
One of the icons of the Costa Brava, known for its turquoise and transparent waters. Always full of people. There’s a field of payment buoys, it’s a good place to moor the boat and eat in (Toc to the sea).
Cala de Sa Tuna:
Picturesque place, of small dimensions and great beauty, protected from the waves in a natural way. When the south wind blows it’s a perfect place to relax. You can throw the anchor, or else moor in a pay buoy if you want to eat at one of their restaurants (restaurant is Furio).
(50’ from Port Marina)
Cala de Sa Riera:
It’s the largest cove in Begur, facing north. Ideal place to practice nautical sports and recommended when blowing South wind. You can see the Medes islands nearby but it will take you 20 minutes to reach.
Las islas Medas:
They’re an archipelago of seven islands declared protected Natural Park so it is forbidden to throw the anchor to avoid damaging the seabed. Free buoys are available around all islands. Ideal for snorkeling and discovering the marine fauna. In August there are hours of the day that it’s very difficult to find a free buoy.
(1:30h from Port Marina).
(1:30h from Port Marina).