Its name cannot deceive. Cala de Aiguablava means "cove of blue water". It is also a golden sandy cove with shallow water. Located south of the port of Fornells, it is the last beach south of Begur. The cove is well laid out, and access is easy, because it has a large car park at the entrance. To get there, go on the road between Palafrugell and Begur (GIP 6531), then take the 6532; it leads by a very winding road to this beautiful place. It is well signposted.
South of the cove, just before descending the stairs, next to the car park, it is the start of a beautiful coastal path protected by the shade of pine trees and a wooden railing that offers the best panoramic view. North of the cove, in the other direction, begins, after a succession of small coves and harbours, the walkway that leads to the port of Fornells. In addition to two restaurants, the beach has many facilities such as kayak rentals, diving equipment that will allow you access to the nearby sea caves such as the cave of Gispert.
Guarantees you a quality beach.
Nestled at the bottom of a deep cove, Aigua Blava has everything a small cove can offer.
Clear waters and sandy bottom that slopes gently. You can swim in peace. This is not always the case in the Catalan coves. The landscape is green with pine trees.
Rather busy cove.