In this area, which begins at the border of Catalonia with France in Portbou and ends in Blanes, numerous coves are hidden that receive us with open arms and that are perfect for spending a summer's day with your family.
Sheltered from the Tramuntana, Cala Montgó is a beach with shallow water and white sand. It is ideal to go to with children: it has showers and toilets, sun loungers for hire, a news stand, car parks and even a restaurant. This jewel is just 50 minutes away from Girona. .
This is one of the best known coves on Cap de Creus, as it is where Ferran Adrià's famous restaurant, El Bulli, is located. With very easy access and all the necessary services, it is a great option to spend a day with your family. Girona is just one and a quarter hour away from this beach.
If the town of Begur is a paradise in itself, Cala d'Aiguablava is its jewel: with fine white sand and shallow water, the colour turquoise predominates. Girona is an hour away from this impressive bay.
If the town of Begur is a paradise in itself, Cala d'Aiguablava is its jewel
Although the path to reach it is a bit more complicated than the others, it is an area full of pine trees and of virgin appearance, with transparent water ideal to discover the Mediterranean Sea floor. We will find it just one hour away from Girona.
Between two major cities such as Lloret de Mar and Blanes, we find Cala Boadella, a long beach with thick sand that still stays quite virgin despite its location. This paradise is only 40 minutes away from Girona.