Villas in Begur | NOVASOL
Beautiful Begur villas rentals Spain
Begur entices people with its beautiful location on the Mediterranean Sea approximately halfway between Barcelona and the Spanish-French border. The town’s old medieval castle crowns the top of a mountain and keeps a beautiful vigil over the colourful Moorish and Spanish architecture lining the narrow and winding streets. Neoclassical mansions sit cheek to cheek with fishing huts and Begur villas, painting a wonderfully picturesque image. Some of these houses are even said to have housed pirates in the past, according to the locals of Begur. This area keeps the imagination alive, regardless of age, making it perfect for family holidays.
Beaches of Begur – holiday lettings Spain
There are major benefits of staying slightly off the beaten track on the Costa Brava. By choosing to enjoy your self-catering holidays Spain in Begur, you are able to relax on a beautiful beach without crowds, without queues and with as much peace, quiet and space as you like. Lovely, rocky coves adorn the shore and you can arguably find some of the best beaches on the entire Costa Brava. We recommend the clean, blue waters of Sa Tuna, Aiguafreda and Sa Riera. You may also enjoy climbing up to the castle for an incomparable view over the sea.
Adventure holidays - self-catering holidays Spain
Begur was made for walking with its pedestrianised centre, hiking paths following coves around the cliffs and beautiful woodland. From your villas in Spain you can follow a number of trails, old and new, leading directly to the coves, or to more inaccessible, mysterious parts of Begur. With a range of gradients, lengths and difficulties, there is something in Begur for adventurers of any age or ability. If you’re looking to rent a villa in Spain for an active holiday, you may enjoy the challenge of journeying along the coastline from the Sa Tuna cove to the Aiguablava beach. Enjoy a refreshing dip when you reach your destination, or head back to your holiday lettings and enjoy a fresh, hearty meal.
Begur culture and cuisine – rent a villa in Spain
In early September, Begur celebrates the Fira d’Indians, where there is an array of performances, markets and craft demonstrations dedicated to the town’s historic relationship with Cuba. During summer there is also Begur Festival of Music, amongst other folk fairs and children activities. Begur’s cuisine reflects its coastal surroundings, producing some incredibly tasty seafood dishes, as well as well-grazed meat from the fountains and fruit and vegetables that benefit from a Mediterranean climate. You may also find whilst renting your holiday lettings Spain that rock fish dishes, in particular, are typically enjoyed in Begur.