The Costa Brava is famous as a tourist destination but it still hides some lonely stretches of coast which are accessible by foot and have great beauty. One of these places spreads from Joncols Cove to the top of Sa Figuera, in the area of Cap de Creus. Another one is the Aigua-Xelida Cove that is located in the vicinity of Begur, and consists of a set of rocky cliffs with the strangest shapes and forms, where the sea leaks through the rocks and pines that grow in unlikely places. Cottages Girona: Http :/ / www.Toprural.Com/cataluna/casas-rurales-girona_bd-es-17.htm
Sa Tuna is one of the most beautiful places of the Costa Brava, it is a small cove in the municipality of Begur. It has got all the amenities you could wish for, such as showers, restaurant (I highly recommend you to go to Furio where you can eat from a chicken for 7 € to a good fish for 40 €) etc.. The best time to visit is in June / July when there are not too many foreigners and the garbí wind leaves the creek as a lake.