S'Agaró | St. Feliu de Guíxols

S´Agaró which lies within the boundaries of Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Castell-Platja d´Aro is an elegant location with a natural balance between architecture and nature. An oasis with great respect for its beautiful surroundings.

Beaches

Cost of Sant Feliu de Guíxols

The coastline of Sant Feliu de Guíxols is full of contrasts: under the cliff tops one can find lovely beaches, some of them rocky, others sandy. Coming from the south, you will find Cala Canyerets, Cala Vigatà and Port Salvi among others, before you get to the bay of Sant Feliu. To the north, the Sant Pol beach still preserves the beauty of its 19th century buildings, and its clear, calm and shallow waters.

The marina and commercial and fishing port, which gives access to ships entering the bay, is the town’s connection to its seafaring past, the fruit of a very close relationship with the Mediterranean Sea, which is still alive today. A walk to the lighthouse on the quay gives a panoramic view of the bonds between Sant Feliu de Guíxols and the sea.


Sant Pol Beach

Sant Pol Beach

This Blue Flag beach is home to the S'Agaró Mar Hotel in our chain.
The beach is 870 metres long and 25 metres wide. Sant Pol normally gets very busy. It is an urban sandy beach. It is wheelchair-accessible.
Sa Caleta

Sa Caleta

A small, rocky beach only 15 metres long and 5 metres wide. It is situated in natural surroundings and is undeveloped. It provides a peaceful spot at which to enjoy the Costa Brava.
Cala Maset

Cala Maset

A small beach reachable only on foot. It is 25 metres long and 15 metres wide. A quiet beach, surrounded by nature.
Cala del Peix

Cala del Peix

A small beach, 20 metres long and 10 metres wide, surrounded by untouched cliffs and Mediterranean pine trees. It can only be reached on foot.
Cala Ametller

Cala Ametller

This beach is located between Sant Feliu de Guíxols and s'Agaró. Its waters are crystal-clear, perfect for snorkelling or diving. It is 300 metres long and 30 metres wide. It is composed of coarse sand and rocks and can only be reached on foot or by sea.
Cala Jonca

Cala Jonca

A small beach, 20 metres long and 10 metres wide, surrounded by untouched cliffs and Mediterranean pine trees. Its waters are crystal-clear and clam, perfect for snorkelling.
Port Salvi

Port Salvi

Port Salvi beach, also known as Eden Rock, because of the hotel there, provides a classic Costa Brava experience. It is 100 metres long and 20 metres wide and is located at the southern tip of Sant Feliu de Guíxols. It is a rocky beach and can only be reached on foot or by sea.
Cala Vigatà

Cala Vigatà

Cala Vigatà is a peaceful beach surrounded by vegetation and with no building around it.
It is 120 metres long and around 15 metres wide. It has a little sand but is mostly rocky and therefore not too comfortable. It has no facilities and therefore gets few visitors.

To reach the beach, take the path that starts a Sant Feliu beach and goes down a long series of steps. On the way, you will see some beautiful rocky coves, such as Tetuan, Els Penjats and Port Salvi. You can also go to the chapel of Sant Elm, where there is a viewpoint with excellent panoramic views stretching from Begur to the cape of Tossa.

The section that goes from the far left of the beach to the tip of the outcrop of the cave is part of a marine reserve project. Its seabed is of great ecological interest, both because of its rock formations and underwater caves and its posidonia meadows. It’s an ideal spot for scuba diving.
Can Dell Beach

Can Dell Beach

A 250 metre long beach, 10 metres wide. It is made up of large rocks and pebbles. It is not terribly comfortable or easy to reach and is therefore a rather quiet beach.
Cala Urgell

Cala Urgell

This beach is 150 metres long and 10 metres wide. It is very quiet, because it is so hard to reach by land. It is formed of small pebbles and sand.

Sant Feliu Beach

Sant Feliu Beach

This beach is 400 metres long and 30 metres wide. Sant Feliu beach normally gets quite busy. It is an urban sandy beach. It has been awarded the Blue Flag and, as such, has wheelchair access and various facilities.
Els Canyerets Beach

Els Canyerets Beach

This beach is 160 metres long and 25 metres wide. Normally Els Canyerets beach does not get too busy. It is a semi-urban sandy beach. In summer, it gets very lively, because it is close to the Rosamar development. A great family beach.
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