The municipality of Begur is located at 200 metres above sea level, on the massif of the same name, located between Gavarres and the coast. Here, on the coast, are some of the most admired coves and beaches of the Costa Brava. There are still some fishermen's huts, which are a reminder of the importance that fishing had in towns such as Sa Riera or Sa Tuna and which give them a charming atmosphere.
The town extends around the impressive Medieval castle, dating back to the 11th century, surrounded by narrow, winding streets that lead up to the fortresses ruins, through a rough and capricious orography. The town's defence towers are its referential historic elements.
- Walk through the narrow streets of the old quarter
, without missing the defence towers.
- Go up to the castle and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views it offers.
- Enjoy the municipality's marvellous beaches