|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Begur:||€133/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€40/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
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The historic seaside town of Begur is nestled on Spain’s Costa Brava coastline, where stunning beaches of crystalline water and golden sand meet boutique waterfront restaurants and ancient fortifications. Begur is all about coastal relaxation, whether you’re kicking bay on a peaceful bay, admiring whitewashed mansions or soaking up Spain’s diverse nature.
If you love the beach, make a beeline for Aigua Blava, a secluded bay near Begur with azure water, soft sand and a smattering of locally-owned seafood restaurants. You’ll often see sailing and motor boats cruising out to sea and passing dramatic cliffs. To the north is Playa Illa Roja, where cocktail-blue waters surround limestone cliffs and bronzed sand.
History lovers can find a range of centuries-old sites within Begur, including the iconic Begur Castle, which looks out over the town. Visit this historic fortification to learn about the town’s military past and to capture panoramic views of the Costa Brava coast. Don’t miss the nearby Torre de Sant Ramon, a brick tower, or the circa-1866 Casa Bonaventura Caner Bataller, a neoclassical colonial home.
Treat your taste buds to delicious Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seafood at Begur’s top restaurants, including Rostei, Restaurant Turandot and Restaurant Casa Juanita. Finish the night with creative cocktails at El Jardí de Can Marc or by watching the talented pianists at La Bodeguita Del Medio.
Do you enjoy getting lost in nature? Visit the nearby Montañas de Begur nature reserve, which features lush native flora and fascinating fauna, along with campsites and rivers. Combine nature with golf at Golf Platja de Pals, which has challenging holes overlooking the Balearic Sea.
Begur is about 50 minutes’ drive from Girona-Costa Brava Airport, which has international flights. You can hire a car to get around or use public buses and taxis. Begur’s town centre is easily explored on foot.
Begur is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Hotel Sa Calma, which has a current rating of 8.7. For other potential stays, consider Hotel Eetu - Adults Only and Parador de Aiguablava, which can also be great places to stay in Begur.