The cove of Sa Tuna in Begur is a small beach, a small paradise in the protected area with a tortuous access. It is often a surprising discovery for tourists. If the cove is not easy to find, it always causes admiration because it brings together the best of the coves of the Costa Brava, a small port, typical houses, sand (with a few pebbles still) clear waters ... This rocky cove provides pleasant bathing with essential equipment, but with little activities. It is rather a place for relaxation and contemplation.
The old fishermen's houses were turned into holiday homes without losing their charm. On the right side (facing the sea) the shadow of a cave. In this large cave, during the summer months, you can hear traditional Catalan music that recalls the emigration of Catalans to Cuba in the nineteenth century. This cave is called "Cave of Capellans" because its chaplains discreetly bathed in this part of cove. This recalls the many "priest’s coves" found in Brittany in France.
Sa Tuna can be the start of a pleasant walk of about 15 minutes, on the coastal footpath to the cove of Aiguafreda. Along the way you can enjoy a beautiful view of the bay itself, Cap Sa Sal and the port. On the other side of the cove, a path can take you to the Punta des Plom.
Small traditional fishing port turned holiday resort, Sa Tuna does not lack charm. Small beach, the area is very crowded. The ideal time to come here is early.
On the right side of the beach, you can find shade, especially in a cove behind the first rocky outcrop and a cave.
Traditional boats alongside the bathers. But the areas are clearly marked.