Top 5 Hidden Beaches in Costa Brava
Cala d’Aiguablava in Begur
Before even starting to talk about this, it is important to say that the town where it is located itself is one of the most picturesque places you can visit in Costa Brava.
A medieval castle, coastal paths, coves, beaches, hiking areas, etc… One of its most beautiful coves is surely the Cala Aiguablava.
Once you get there, it is impossible not to feel like you are on a Caribbean island, because of the white sand and its calm crystal clear waters.
Although it is located pretty far from Barcelona, it is worth spending a couples of days there and exploring the area.
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Cala Estreta is one of those secret beaches that are absolutely spectacular. It is relatively in a remote area and located near a village of Palamos. It hardly takes 20 to 30 minutes to reach there. As the beach is less explored, you will have to walk from the village and through the forest to reach the beach. Not only the destination will appeal to you, but your paths through many bays and coves will blow your senses too. The beach is divided by a huge rock formation named “The Red One.” After you have satisfied yourself staring at the blue water for a long time, do look out at the surrounding of the beach and you will see many unique rock formations like a shape of a sleeping Dragon.
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Platja de Rosés
Costa Barcelona stretches from Blanes, north of the Catalan capital, to Cunit, 100km south. It has a temperate climate and fertile land where olives, vines and oranges grow in abundance. South of Sitges, stroll through woods of pine, oak and mastic trees and through a low tunnel beneath the railway line to reach Platja de l’Home Mort and Platja de Rosés: twin sandy/pebbly beaches where clothes are optional. In the adjoining cove – Playa del Muerto – a rainbow flag flutters and a sign proclaims it the first gay nudist beach in the world.
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Platja Fonda in Begur
Another beach located in the charming town of Begur is the Playa Fonda.
To access this beach you need to go down the steps, that will lead you to the hidden jewel that is this place.
The cove seems to remain almost untouched, because of a certain difficulty to reach it.
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Illa Roja: This exquisite and beautiful beach is hidden between Sa Riera and Playa de Pals. It is only accessible by foot and it is mostly used as a nudist beach.
The beach was named after the magnificent giant rock in the centre of the beach, Illa Roja. The beach has fine sand and you can only reach it via the path from Sa Riera or Playa de Pals (El Racó). During the summer months there is a small bar on the beach for refreshments, snacks or romantic sundowners. something you must bring is a cool soft and organic tiger soul t-shirt, check this out :