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Excellent beach, but rocky

I still give this beach 5 stars even though my kids didn’t love the rocks. It’s stunning. It was... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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Good but pebbley

The beach gets fairly busy but no more so than any other in the region. It is small and you have to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I still give this beach 5 stars even though my kids didn’t love the rocks. It’s stunning. It was packed at even 6 pm with kids and families. The water is magical and the views are spectacular. But it’s not a place you’d want to...More

Thank zhoooman
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The beach gets fairly busy but no more so than any other in the region. It is small and you have to drive unless you're staying very near by. The village is lovely and the restaurants ok, but the water is very clear.

Thank CRJ1976
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We really loved this small beach. Found lots of sea glass. It's small. Not too crowded in mid-July. Has a few restaurants and small shops. Found parking easily.

1  Thank Jean M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The beach can get very crowded so if you arrive by car, park on the streets above the beach and walk down to the beach. The surroundings are lovely and the beach is great both for swimming and snorkeling.

1  Thank happyshinypeople
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is an oasis of calm on the Costa Brava. There are no funny hats or beer swilling tourists here, just a beautiful pebbly beach, clear water, some rocks for the kids to climb, and a handful of restaurants serving local seafood and Spanish dishes...More

Thank Oliver W
Reviewed 12 June 2018

We went here for one day and, to be fair, it was rather wet weather. However, I felt a bit closed in by the quite small bay which has no easily accessible beach other than a pebble one at the front. Prices were noticably higher...More

1  Thank Max W
Reviewed 20 May 2018 via mobile

A wonderful little bay that is beyond stunning Safe, peaceful, but very very busy A couple of little cafe’s and restaurants which are great for a late afternoon beer / sangria and to watch the sun go down Parking can be a problem, and it...More

Thank AlastairAndrew
Reviewed 5 February 2018

I have been living in Costa Brava for about two months now. When I first arrived I had driven down from France. I arrived in Sant Feliu de Guixols, but wanted to investigate the surrounding areas. I took the highway north to Begur, because I...More

4  Thank FaitheTraveller
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

As you drive down and glimpse the scene through the pine trees you know this is the med. Need to bring a good beach chair as none to rent Very scenic and not commercial. We had breakfast in local bar with locals.

Thank TeamHbollington
Reviewed 18 October 2017

I fell in love with this pretty cove when we rented the (now) white cottage on the water's edge some ten years ago. Since then, the world has discovered it's charms and a carpark has encouraged hordes to throng here in the summer months. The...More

Thank beachbuddy10
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Toby G
5 July 2018|
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Response from Toby G |
Surely there is a train or a coach/bus from Barcelona to girona? And then a bus to Palafrugel or even begur?
Izabela P
7 April 2017|
Response from gillianholt54 | Reviewed this property |
Bus to Palafrugell then taxi
Margaret H
28 March 2017|
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Response from joannep867 | Reviewed this property |
From Glasgow, you would need to fly to Barcelona, rent a car & drive to Plage de Sa Tuna. It's about a 2 hour drive more or less. Sa Tuna is in Begur which is part of Costa Brava.