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We went there with friends from Barcelona, the beach is a bit far from the city ( 1 and half hours) we reached the area then we had to walk in the mountain to reach the beach side for around 2 KM. To reach the...More
While I had expected to enjoy the seashore, we could only enjoy the breeze. there was no one around. the food at the ONLY restaurant (forgetting its name) on the shore was also just mediocre & highly priced.
You have to want to go, the walk is moderately hard, it is very hot, there is no water on sale, no ice cream, no public toilets, no sun beds to rent and nothing to do except swim, relax, walk, talk and take in the...More
his beach looks very nice but it is for locals basically.
The place lacks of everything, no water, no toilets, no food, nothing.
To reach the beach takes ages walking crossing loose soil which make it slippery and dangerous when walking down those hills, up...More
This is a small naturist beach only accessible by bike or on foot, in this case I recommend to you to use sport shoes. Once you get the beach, water shoes are recommended to use because there are many stones. The water is very clear...More
We went to this Cala with a couple of friends. It was a really nice beach but the access difficult. It is nice if you want walk for a little bit and then enjoy the sun. The beach is nice, although there are some nudists...More
We like longish walks and this area is one of the few in Costa Brava where you can escape the crowds and car parks. We followed the coast path from Platja de Castell via the Iberian archaeological site. On arrival at Cala Estreta we noticed...More
Having read all wonderful reviews about "the best beach on Costa Brava" - we decided to find Cala Estreta at any cost. We had been going to the neighbourhood beaches for 5 years and felt obliged to discover the new place which was believed to...More
Yes, there are buses to Parafugel and then either take the tourist bus or a short taxi ride will get you there. Alternatively you can book a taxi transfer if there are a lot of you, we did one with 8 people one day.