SAIL ALONG THE CATALAN COAST!!! Get to know the idyllic spots from the sea. An experience that will surprise you

This is one of the most secluded coves on the Costa Brava and one of the most beautiful landscapes in Palamós, of natural interest in Cap Roig. It is a small cove surrounded by pine trees and cliffs, which extends to a large reef that makes the beach take the shape of a double crescent with various nooks and crannies worth exploring, by land and above all by sea.

Crystal clear waters, a very gentle entrance to the sea, little swell. Cala d’Aiguablava is a small bay on the Costa Brava, Girona, Catalonia, near Begur and Palafrugell, with a small beach and some mainly seafood restaurants. It is a popular mooring place for sailing and motor boats

One of the perfect postcards of the Costa Brava, turquoise, calm waters and the charm of the old fishing quarter. Due to its sheltered location and winding access, Sa Tuna is a cove that is always an unexpected discovery for those who visit it.

The Gran beach of Cadaqués is the best situated and busiest of this pretty and picturesque village in the Alt Empordà, allowing us to enjoy the local gastronomy to complete our stay in Cadaqués. On the promenade that follows the beach, you will find one of the many points of interest in the town, the statue of Salvador Dalí leaning on his walking stick.

The cove is a small stretch of sand and gravel that opens up between two rocky reefs that emerge directly from the turquoise water. For those who dream of freedom.

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Marta Garcia
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