Its name comes from the frequent rocky cliffs and untouched landscape. In addition to rocky areas, the coast is rich in beautiful coves and bays, which, along with pine forests, set it apart from other regions of the Spanish Mediterranean.
Its beaches are among the most beautiful on the Costa Brava coast.
Begur is a town with a deep historical character, as evidenced by its medieval castle. Begur preserves corners of unprecedented landscape value, such as the small Romanesque town of Esclanyà or the eight coves and beaches it owns.
Tourist activities in Begur offer wide opportunities for the development of all kinds of water sports and excursions. You can also engage in other sports such as tennis, horseback riding, cycling, and golf.