Begur is a medieval hilltop town, a couple of miles inland from some of the best beaches on the Costa Brava. Although it comes alive with holiday makers (mainly Spanish) in the summer months it is a thriving community in its own right which is proud of its history and tradition. Dominated by the remains of a 16th century castle, the town has narrow cobbled streets, with stylish shops, restaurants and bars. The heart of Begur is the Placa de la Vila, the main square, which has a real “buzz “ to it in the evenings. Our favourite place to sit in the square is “Es Pedris Llarg”- a cool stone bench which runs the length of the church, perfect for watching the world go by.
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