The Begur Experience

Begur Costa Brava what to do and where to go.

Hiking Costa Brava 

Hiking

If walking is your thing, you’ve found paradise. These guided routes will take you through the mountain landscape of the Girona Pyrenees and along paths that hug the Mediterranean, where you’ll discover some of the unforgettable beauty spots of the Costa Brava. At any time of year, just get your hiking boots on and enjoy the great outdoors.

Click on the link below 

http://en.costabrava.org/what-to-do/nature-and-active-tourism/hiking/rutes-guiades-de-senderisme

The best way to visit Begur is undoubtedly on foot, both the old (which contains many pedestrian streets), as its beaches and forests, which are several trails that reveal places that would otherwise be inaccessible.On one side are called the old paths, that were formerly used to connect Begur with the beaches. There are two paths, the old way to Sa Tuna, which connects the old town of Begur with the cove of Sa Tuna, Fornells and the old road, which leads to the Crossroads to the coves of Fornells.In Begur are also two more kinds of trails, difficult and not so difficult. The local path that links the historic center of Begur with its rugged coastline, allows visitors to walk through woodland and see the coast and the small cove of Aiguafreda. The long distance walking route (GR-92), the most difficult, follows the coast begurenc specifically from the cove of Sa Tuna beach to Aiguablava.


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