Who said that to discover paradise you needed to travel far? On the Costa Brava, the part of the Mediterranean Spanish coast that stretches from Blanes to the French border, you can find incredible beaches that will make you feel in paradise. To choose only a few of them is a very complicated task, but, for us, these are the five beaches that you can not leave without visiting when you come to the Costa Brava.
Cala Pola in Tossa de Mar
Although Cala Pola is very small and only 70 meters wide, its size makes it a natural beauty. There is a campsite next door, but this beach in Tossa de Mar is publicly accessible for everyone.
Cala Tamariua in El Port de la Selva
Located in Cap de Creus, the Cala Tamariua is a corner of nature in its maximum splendor. Its crystalline waters make this beach located in the small town called Port de la Selva a paradise.
Aiguablava in Begur
In an almost virgin environment we find Aiguablava beach in Begur, which with its privileged geographical location offers a unique experience. It also has a restaurant, perfect for when you work up an appetite.
Cala Portaló in Cadaqués
This cove, also located in the Cap de Creus, in the most eastern point of the Iberian Peninsula, is located among cliffs. Calla Portaló is a place where nature dominates in its entirety and where there are no traces of human footprint. What a treat!
Cala Garvet in Colera
Just before entering the small village of Colera we find the Cala Garvet, a very quiet cove, with few people, very calm and with clean and transparent waters. It is, without a doubt, an ideal beach for snorkeling or scuba diving.
What is your favorite? We want to know!