Exploring Costa Brava, Spain

Weather you opt for a quick weekend escape from Barcelona, or a relaxing week long getaway, you will not be disappointed with Costa Brava. The towns are absolutely picturesque, but what drew us here, was the coastline. We love to find amazing swim spots, and there is no shortage of unique coves dotting the Costa Brava coastline. The steep coast plunges into the waters, creating ideal sunbathing spots everywhere you look and also giving those chasing adrenaline ample of spots to jump in! The waters are stunning shades of turquoise and jade, and warm up to the most perfect temperatures in the Summer.

Cap Sa Sal:

Sa Tuna: There is one winding road heading into Sa Tuna, a tiny sea side village with stunning views. The shores are rocky and the water is calm as can be. There is a small paid parking lot at the entrance to town, the village is nondriving, and additional parking alongside the streets. Parking is very limited, come first thing in the morning or late afternoon. The middle of the day the beach is packed. There are some lovely restaurants right long the stretch of beach, and the coolest cave beach to explore!

D’Aigufreda: Is a small bay between Cap Sa Sal and Sa Tuna, accessible by the Coastal Path from either location. We walked the Coastal path here from Cap Sa Sal, and also rented paddle boards to cruise over on during the day.


Platja Cala Cap Roig & Cami Ronda Platja Aro: We stayed at Hotel Cap Roig, and were spoiled by the proximity to these two beaches. There is a lovely little beach restaurant called Xirinuito Cala Cap Roig a perfect place to grab lunch.

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