Calas y playas.. el paraíso de la Costa Brava

Situado en Torroella de Montgrí­, en plena Costa Brava, en el corazón del Empordà , dentro el parque Natural del Montgrí­ a 70 m. de la Playa y a unos pocos km del puerto de L’estartit.

Las playas de la Costa Brava son una delicia para todos. Si es fan de las playas, encontrará aquí su paraíso.

La Fonollera beach

Located just 70 m. of the hotel . Oriented to the east, the surface of the beach is composed of fine golden sand. It is 1300 meters long and 800 meters wide.

Sa Riera cove

Sa Riera or the “Riereta” is the work of a torrent that descends from Begur in an abrupt plane and divides the beach in two.
It is limited between the Cala des Port des Pi (on the right) and the Cala del Rey where following the round road, we can connect with the cove of Illa Roja towards Pals.
The cove has shower services and wooden walkway to more easily access the different points of the beach.

Pals beach

It is only 10 km from the hotel and is one of the longest and most spectacular beaches on the Costa Brava. It is formed by dunes and pines and measures more than 3.5 km. Its views are magnificent over the Medes Islands.

Sa Tuna cove

Rocky profile, crystal clear turquoise waters and surrounded by pine trees on the shores of the Mediterranean.
Thanks to the easy access by car, almost to the foot of sand, it turns out to be one of the busiest in the summer months. It is formed by sand and thick lead-colored stone.
The access to the water, fresh in that area, forces us to walk through an area of stones until we launch without thinking about swimming. And due to the small size of the cove, we will have to circumvent a large number of towels until our goal is achieved.

Racó beach

Racó beach is a wide beach of fine sand with about 400 meters in length and up to 40 meters in width, also known as Pals beach although it still belongs to the Begur term, since it is located in the area of Sa Punta and is the beginning of a long succession of sand that leaves rocky coves behind and subsequently extends to Estartit.

Illa Roja cove

It is part of the round road that leads from Sa Riera beach to Racó de Pals beach.

The cove of Illa Roja receives its name due to a huge reddish rock that presides over it and that together with its transparent and blue waters make it an idyllic place and with a reputation as an oasis in the middle of nature.

It is an internationally known nudist beach, and deservedly one of the most photographed landscapes of the Costa Brava.
Due to the tides, its image is changing, since both we can find it attached to the earth and floating near the beach.

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