The cove of Cala S'Alguer in Palamos is between the beaches of Fosca and Castell along the coastal footpath. Only the beach at the fishing village of S'Alguer is interesting for swimmers (the cove is made up of quite fine pebbles). You can appreciate the untamed side in the middle of a pine forest and pretty well-preserved houses with coloured shutters. However, for swimming, there is much better in the area, including the beach of Castell which is afterwards.
This cove is not directly accessible by car. There is a free parking at 300 meters (near the road to Sant Esteve), you must then take the coastal footpath.
Near the hamlet of Sant Esteve, there are several coves made up of pebbles which are uncomfortable.
The first is not suitable for swimming, the rocks are too big.
The second, with its fishing village, mainly has an interest for its environment and authentic side. The beach is made up of shingle.