Strange charm for this "little beach" located in the heart of the historic centre of Cadaques, at the intersection of the stairs leading to the church and the narrow streets lined with shops and small restaurants. It has the feel of a village square. And in fact, Portdoguer Beach is an extension of the square. So no privacy issue here, but the feeling to be at the heart of the Eternal Catalonia, with its houses and traditional boats. A sort of live postcard. The presence of pebbles cannot alter this nice feeling.
Here everything is done to preserve the view. Nothing to do with some "tourist towns" of the Costa Brava.
View of the sea, the bay is really small.
The promenade leads to the beach. It's a pleasant walk.
The promenade extending the walk to the southeast is exclusively pedestrian. It is lined with some restaurants. Only motorboats are prohibited from landing. Yachts are welcome.