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-scenery is beautiful and picturesque if you can overlook the crowd.
-never really got so hot (even though it was sunny) where I was worried about the kids getting burned.
-various fish and string rays swimming around. I can imagine the beach is...More
One of the prettiest but also one of the busiest beaches on the whole Costa Brava. Tip. In August hit it before 9am or after 7 pm for a glorious swim and spend the rest of your beach time at Platja El Raco best beach...More
We loved Playa Aiguablava. Very kid friendly. Wonderful sand beach. It was crowded, but we found a spot. Bring umbrella as it gets hot! We swam all day and didn’t want to leave. Clear, clean water. A number of places to eat. 2 of the...More
Definitely one of my favorite places on Costa Brava. Aiguablava is a small bay beach surrounded by green mountains. Because of the mountains, the sea is always calm and waveless. There are several water activities that you can do other than swimming and tanning; you...More
Very small beach. Great for families with children as it is very sheltered. Places to seat down and eat or takeaway. Parking is cheap if you don’t park in the main car park at only 3€ a day. You need to get there early before...More
A nice beach surrounded by cliffs. Very crowded but if you avoid the sandy beach and choose the cliffs instead it is much calmer. Didn’t try the restaurants but bought sandwiches to take away from the ice cream store, they were good. If you park...More