Cala de Cap Roig (Sant Antoni de Calonge)
The name comes from the islet of a reddish hue ('roig' being Catalan for 'red') that separates the beach into two areas, creating two different settings. And, far from the sunbathers and swimmers, the islet is crowned by pine trees that add to its personality. It's thrilling to climb this rock and take photos of the surroundings from on high. This is authentic Costa Brava. You can reach this beach on foot by taking the seaside path.