The Costa Brava beaches They are some of the most inspiring places in the world. Between its sand and its sea, great artists such as Dalí or Serrat were inspired to compose some of his most emblematic works. That's why this balcony to the mediterranean sea continues to attract travelers eager to bathe in its waters or see its "red sunsets", as Joan Manuel Serrat himself sang.
The recommendations that we bring you in this article are perfect to check this magical power that surrounds the Costa Brava. Best of all, this area is only a part of everything you can meet in the province of Girona.
Cala de la Illa Roja, one of the best on the Costa Brava
If we were asked for a identifying beach of the Costa Brava, we would say that the Illa Roja with its characteristic rock that gives it its name, without a doubt. Its crystal clear water is an attraction for divers and its golden sand is perfect for lying down and sunbathing. You can get to it from the path that joins Sa Riera with Racó beach
Cala Tavallera, the only place in Cabo de Creus
You will be amazed from the first moment you see Cala Tavallera, a paradise between the beaches of the Costa Brava, where nature reigns in each of its corners. the combination of sea and pebbles forms a very peculiar neutral color scheme. Dive in and take a look at the incredible marine flora and fauna that reigns on the seabed.
Taking into account that it is a place far from civilization, it is best to spend the day. You can get there on foot from the end of Puerto de la Selva thanks to the parapet walk, where the itinerary to follow is indicated.
Cala Aiguablava, another highly appreciated paradise
From the pebbles of Tavallera we go to the fine sand of Cala Aiguablava, near Begur. In this case, we go to the turquoise of the water and to an area that is more frequented during the summer months, as it is more accessible and has several catering establishments for eat overlooking the Mediterranean.
What a beach Mr. Ramón has on the Costa Brava!
Another wonderful cove full of light and color, very frequented by snorkel enthusiasts. Although there is a paid parking, you have the option of leaving the vehicle next to the road. Even if you have to walk a bit, we recommend doing it to enjoy the spectacular views of the cliffs and the beach (with viewpoints included)
Castell beach, a favorite place for many since ancient times
We head south of the province of Girona to reach the Castell beach, very close to the towns of Palamós and Calella. Although it is located in a natural environment dominated by pine forests, it has a couple of bars and restaurants to sit down to eat. There you will also find an Iberian settlement from the s. VI BC which demonstrates how it has been a frequented site for millennia.
If you want to take advantage You can walk from the Castell beach to the S'Alguer, La Fosca, Corb or Estreta coves.
The Cala del Montgó at the foot of the mountain
Almost dividing the Upper and Lower Empordá with the Montgrí Massif, this cove has all the comforts of the most tourist beaches, including a nearby car park. To get there, you can do it from l'Escala.
As a peculiarity to take into account, its layout prevents the north wind from blowing into Cala del Montgó. So it won't spoil your beach excursion
Where to spend the night to discover the beaches of the Costa Brava?
Between beach and beach, it is also time to rest and regain strength, both travelers and vehicles. To visit the beaches of the Costa Brava, the best possible option is to reserve a place at the Montgrí Camper Massif Area. It is a space that has all the comforts for users of motorhomes, campers and minivans. In addition, it has the great advantage of being at the entrance of the Montgrí Natural Park.
This summer, the Costa Brava awaits you to discover the mediterranean charm in all its glory. Don't wait any longer to meet her or come back!