Begur and its coves

The mountains of Begur rise towards the east, between Mas de Torrent and the Mediterranean. Its uppermost part boasts views on the ruins of Begur castle and the village is located on the mountain’s slopes.

Its most characteristic features are the 16th century watchtowers, which served to warn of potential attacks by pirates, and the constructions made by the Indians, Begur locals who travelled across the Atlantic to find fortune on the American continent.

The beaches and coves which surround Begur, nestled between pine woods and cliffs, make this area into the ultimate pinnacle of the Costa Brava: Sa Riera, Aiguafreda, Sa Tuna, Platja Fonda, Fornells and Aiguablava. In summer, these provide a welcome opportunity to cool down in its crystal clear waters, and throughout the year, one can wander along its shores.

Distance from Mas de Torrent: Púbol, 8 km. 10 km (15 min. by car). For further information, please ask at reception: +34 972 303 292