Begur and its surroundings are often referred to as the Spanish Riviera, the reason being that it is the most exclusive area on the Spanish Costa Brava. Here you will not find the usual typical blocks of large hotels nor noisy camping grounds.
This area is known for its exclusive horizon of villas which overlook the serene valleys and peaceful bays. Besides serene valleys and bays this area has a number of other unique characteristics. These include, old Medieval Villages, typical Spanish cuisine, some of the most exclusive golf resorts in Europe, breathtaking scenery, rocky cliffs and clean pristine beaches.
The area also offers a range of activities, such as the opportunity to dive or snorkel in the protected Medes Islands, nature trails or ski possibilities (seasonal) in the Pyrenees Mountain Range (2 hours drive), horseback riding, sailing, surfing or swimming. For culture lovers the cities Barcelona, Girona and Figueras are a must see as well as the surrounding local villages. The beaches Tamariu, Aiguablava, Sa Tuna, Llafranc and Sa Riera are the main local beaches for sunbathing.
Clues to the history of Begur can be found in the narrow streets of the town which bear names such as “de Pirates” and “de Moros. Today Begur remains a typical small Spanish town and in the streets that radiate out from the square are small shops and boutiques which cater for all your needs.
Whilst Begur is situated slightly inland, dotted around its periphery and all within just a few minutes drive, are many small coastal villages – Sa Riera, Sa Tuna and Aigua Blava.
Our villas and apartments have all been carefully selected. Most are situated in or just outside of the coastal villages but all are within easy reach of Begur. Similar in character to our other resorts Begur, and its villages are too small for the large mass tourism tour operators. Therefore, unlike other regions of Spain, this area has not yet been commercialised and is set in the same beautiful scenery that typifies the region of Catalunya.