Aiguablava - Begur - Pals
This is possibly one of the most well-known coastal paths, but we couldn't not include it. The starting point is the beach of Malaret, found next to Aiguablava beach. The pathway, which is pretty accessible for everybody, is lined with pine trees, bushes and rocks, and has steps down to the beaches. Indeed what's great about this route are the beaches that you come across along the way such as the beach of n’Estàsia, which has a freshwater spring and from where you can see Cap Rubí, which marks the change of colour of the coast: from green to grey and even black.
The path continues running alongside the coves of Begur and delves through the trees until arriving at the cove of Aiguafreda. Reefs, little islands and wild vegetation are the main features of this route that finishes at the beach of Racó, close to the town of Pals. Before you get there, however, you'll cross the small cove of Sa Riera and the craggy points of Espinuda, Illa Roja and Roca Negra.