The cove of Aiguafreda is not for those who specifically seek a wide stretch of fine sand. It is especially popular with divers, as there is a diving centre almost on the beach and seabed surroundings are rich in flora and fauna. Morays, multi-coloured fish, shellfish ...
It is accessible by a winding road from the centre of Begur. It measures just 35 meters and consists mainly of terraces. A gently shelving beach which makes it ideal for swimming or diving.
It is situated in a green natural environment and has showers, a Red-Cross lifeguard station, a beach bar, parking, a restaurant, a freshwater source and a large area to picnic in the shade of pine trees, with benches and stone tables. On the left is a mooring area for boats.
A trail leads to the beach of Sa Tuna, south, and Cape Sa Sal, to the north. It offers a beautiful view of the steep coastal area made up of coves, small cliffs and pines. The trail allows different access to the sea and swimming areas really recommended for diving enthusiasts.
Its decor virtually unchanged for decades gives it an air of eternity. It will also delight contemplative and poets.
This is one of the few beaches of the Costa Brava that consists almost exclusively of hard terraces.
But swimmers are in their paradise.
The jetty on the right serves the fishermen but also dinghies that take divers.