Discover with us the best coves of Costa Brava

Even though it’s still the end of March we would like to bring the summer closer, especially for you, those who live so far from here. It’s time to think about holidays and choose a perfect destination. So that’s why we’ve decided to show you the best coves of Costa Brava, because they’re definitely incredible.

The best beaches on the Costa Brava are scattered around its coastline, especially in the part of the Cap de Creus, Cap de Begur and coastline of the Massif de les Cadiretes, where is located Tossa de Mar and Santa Cristina d’Aro. Here we leave you with the 5 most attractive coves of the Costa Brava.


Cala Bramant (Llançà). Stunning natural pool, with only one connection via a canal to the sea, and surrounded by a rock wall of dark gray color, and just 250 meters from the beach Canyelles Llançà. The bottom is rocky and the surface of the beach is of thick sand. It’s highly recommended to snorkel or kayak.

Cala Culleró (Cadaqués). This cove situated in Cap de Creus is the most impressive from the geological point of view. Its shapes and forms inspired a famous Salvador Dalí. The only one inconvenience is that you could reach this cove just going on foot.

Cala Margarida (Palamos). Behind the mountain located in the south of Fosca, the Gros Cap, is that lovely old fishing cove adorned with its colorful houses. In spite of the surface of the cove is made of large pebbles it’s very easy to get there, either on foot or by vehicle.


Cala Aigua Xelida (Tamariu). This cove has a great visual impact; it was regularly visited by the faithful readers of Josep Pla the best known writer from Empordà. The access to Aiguaxelida Cove doesn’t require long walks, is located a few meters from the closest parking.

Cala Futadera (Tossa de Mar). It is a small unspoilt cove about 80 meters with thick sand that is located in the GI-682 road, which links Sant Feliu with Tossa (km 29). It’s protected from the east winds by Cape des Pentiner, a high wall that gives a shadow at sunset. Some boats like to anchor on it by its sun protection and amazing beauty. To get there requires walking 280 meters and descend by stairs.

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