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from the Costa Brava?
There are coves and beaches in Sant Feliu de Guíxols and S'Agaró for all tastes: small coves hidden among the cliffs, rocky or fine sand beaches. There is also the long beach of Sant Pol, which still conserves the beauty of its nineteenth-century buildings and clear, calm and shallow waters.
The beaches of Cala Rovira, Platja Gran and Sa Conca have obtained the Blue Flag badge for this 2023.
Playa de Sant Pol de S’Agaró
The Sant Pol Beach, which has a Blue Flag, is where the GHT S'Agaró Mar Hotel is located. The beach is 870 metres long by 25 metres wide and is an urban beach with sand. Its occupancy level is normally high and there disabled access.
Sa Caleta de S’Agaró
Sa Caleta is a small cove: 15 metres by 5 and rocky. Located in a natural environment free of development, it offers a quiet place to enjoy the Costa Brava.
Playa de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Sant Feliu de Guíxols beach is 400 metres long and 30 metres wide. Occupancy level: high. An urban beach - sandy. It has a Blue Flag and therefore provides access for the disabled and various services.
Cala Maset de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Cala Maset is a small sandy cove south of Sant Feliu de Guíxols and is accessible by foot. It is 25 metres long and 15 metres wide. It is a quiet cove surrounded by nature.
Cala del Pescado in Sant Feliu de Guíxols
La Cala del Pescado is 20 metres long and 10 metres wide, surrounded by virgin cliffs and Mediterranean pine trees, accessible by foot.
Cala Ametller de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Cala Ametller is a cove located between Sant Feliu de Guíxols and S'Agaró. Its crystal-clear waters are perfect for snorkelling or diving. It is 300 metres by 30. It is made up of granulated sand and rocks and can only be accessed by foot or by sea.
Cala Jonca de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Cala Jonca is 20 metres long and 10 metres wide. It is surrounded by virgin cliffs and Mediterranean pine trees. Its clear and calm waters are perfect for snorkelling.
Port Salvi de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Port Salvi Cove is a classic place for snorkelling and diving on the Costa Brava. It is 100 metres by 20 wide and is located at the tip of the cape south of Sant Feliu de Guíxols. It is rocky and can be accessed by foot or by sea.
Cala Vigatà de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Cala Vigatà is a quiet beach, surrounded by vegetation and with hardly any development nearby. It is 120 metres long and about 15 metres wide. It is formed by sand and, above all, by rocks, so it is not that comfortable. It does not have any type of service, so it is usually not that busy. To get to the beach, you have to take the path that goes from Sant Feliu beach and descend a long set of steps. It is 120 metres by 15 wide. On the way you can discover beautiful rocky coves, such as Tetuan, Els Penjats or Port Salvi. You can also visit Sant Elm chapel, where there is a viewpoint that offers an excellent panoramic view from Begur to Tossa.
Playa de Can Dell de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Can Dell Beach is 250 metres long, 10 metres wide and has large rocks and pebbles. It is not very comfortable or easily accessible and so tends to be a fairly quiet beach.
Cala Urgell de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Cala Urgell is 150 metres long, 10 metres wide and with its difficult access, offers peace and quiet. It is formed by small pebbles and sand.
Playa dels Canyerets de Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Dels Canyerets Beach is 160 metres long by 25 metres wide and normally has a low occupancy level. It is a semi-urban sand beach that is very popular in the summer season.
Catalonia’s beaches at your fingertips
If you want to have all Catalonia’s beaches of at your fingertips, the Generalitat of Catalonia has created an application providing information about 300 Catalan beaches: It is called PlatgesCat (Platges Catalunya). This application provides relevant information on water quality, safety flags, jellyfish, the state of the sea and the services and equipment available.