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.