Sa Riera is the largest cove of Begur. Located north of the town, it offers aesthetic advantages of a cove and the services of a wide beach. This is what makes it a favourite holiday spot of the locals. It is well signposted from the city centre, about 5 minutes and offers magnificent views of the Medes Islands, off Estartit, that embellishes his horizon. One of the reasons Sa Riera is so popular is the amount of services it offers: sailing school, pedal boats, diving, fishing, beach sports and many restaurant terraces. A wooden walkway on the sand allows people with reduced mobility access to the beach.
Dedicated to tourism, Sa Riera remains a town of active fishermen, their many boats testify to that.
It is also a welcome stop off point along the coastal path. South, once past the small cove of Port of Pí, the path leads through the nature reserve from Ses Negres to the cove of Aiguafreda. In the north, once past the Cala del Rei (King's Cove) and a gazebo, the trail leads to the nudist cove of Illa Roja. But the holiday may not be long enough if you let yourself be enthralled by the many charms and pleasures that can be found here.
North-east facing, the cove offers wonderful views of the Medes Islands and, in the background, the coast of Roses. The north facing beaches usually offer a deeper blue.
It can be reached also by sea. The mooring of yachts is to the right of the beach.
The left side is dedicated to swimmers.