VILLA PI BLAU is 1,5 km away from the iconic town of Begur. Its medieval castle overlooks the town with amazing views of the Begur Massif and coastline washed by the Mediterranean Sea.

The historical centre has kept its numerous colonial-style houses, charming streets and alleys testament to a long and intense history in which pirates, sailors, coral gatherers, fishermen and wealthy emigrants returned from overseas.

Begur is a lively Catalan village all year round and has a great variety of restaurants.

The Begur coast enjoys a shoreline of unparalleled beauty, whose cliffs, pines, crystal waters and its abrupt coastline, make this area one of the most characteristic of the Costa Brava. Begur has eight coves and beaches, located to the North, East and South of the town, with different characters and completely different kinds of natural beauty. One of them is Aiguablava where VILLA PI BLAU is located.

If you like hiking like us, there are a number of walking trails to enjoy forest walks or the Begur coastline with amazing views over the cliffs and coves. Horse riding on the long fine golden beach of Palsis is another very good alternative.

Other nearby medieval villages are also worth a visit: Pals, Peratallada or the former fisherman’s town of “Calella de Palafrugell”.

We also highly recommend the Salvador Dali route, the best way to discover the great work of this famous 20th century artist. In Figueras, you will find the Dali museum. And in Port lligat, a small town close to Cadaques you can visit his home.

Official Spain tourism website
Tourism office of Begur