Plage de Sa Tuna

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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spain9,529 contributions
Feb 2022 • Solo
Plage de Sa Tuna is a wonderful beach and coast located near Begur, a tiny town in Costa Brava, in Girona Region, in the North of Catalonia. I cam here from Begur following the coastal path and the views were incredible! Great! In the beach, there is a little accomodation with a restaurant called Sa Tuna, where you can eat very well and enjoy with views. For me, the best views are from Punta des Plom, from where you can see all coast, the beach, the very nice buildings and a tower. A fantastic picnic spot!
(See also Cala de l'Illa Roja, Playa Sa Riera, Castell de Begur, Parròquia de Sant Pere i Santa Reparada, Cala de s'Eixugador, Torre de Can Perla i Forgas, Hostal Ondina, El Càntir, Hostal Sa Tuna Restaurant and Playa de la Gola del Ter)
Written February 16, 2022
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Lazlo_Almasy
London, UK30 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Pretty fishing village largely given over to tourism. Beach is grey and pebbly, busy restaurant/cafe right on the waterfront with good atmosphere. Parking even in September was difficult. Worth a visit.
Written September 24, 2021
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FaitheTraveller
Spain97 contributions
Dec 2017
I have been living in Costa Brava for about two months now. When I first arrived I had driven down from France. I arrived in Sant Feliu de Guixols, but wanted to investigate the surrounding areas. I took the highway north to Begur, because I had seen photos of how lovely it was. And, when I arrived it was, just simply breathtaking views. It reminds me a bit of La Jolla, California or northern Cali, up by Monterey. But, I need expected to come across this little cove town, Sa Tuna. I ended up there, because I followed the signs, which reminded me of Hot Tuna clothes from the 80's. This was anything but the 80's in California or Australia. This little cove town had nothing happening, it was closed and beautifully silent. Only the local boat people and carpenters were out and about. There was myself and a sole photographer, whose photos I do believe I ruined by accidentally being in them on every good angle. But, hey - I was taking my own little selfie-photos with my travel companion Pixie. The photo here, is what this town looks like. Beautiful and quaint. It is possible to see where tourism has invaded a bit with some dense apartment buildings, but they were not too much of an eye-sore, nothing like Costa del Sol. This beautiful little town is really something to see, stepping on the pebbled cove and looking through the clear crystal water, it's' just a breath taking place, like most of Costa Brava.
Written February 4, 2018
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Pauline_1
Carrickfergus, UK1,157 contributions
Apr 2015 • Family
Sa Tuna looked quaint and lovely when we first arrived, but as we walked across the beach we were shocked at the amount of dog poo and rubbish on the beach. My children ventured into the caves and we were totally horrified to discover they were being used as a toilet! There was human excrement all over the place. It was so disgusting. I am stunned that a place which is so well known on the tourist map was so foul. I still feel sick thinking about that day :(
Written February 2, 2016
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Jeroen v v
Capelle aan den IJssel, The Netherlands267 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
Don't go here in july/august, you won't find a spare m2. If you come here during off-season you will enjoy it. Parking costs 3 euro a day if you can find a free space. Nice bar/restaurants around the harbour.
Written July 20, 2017
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PortlandLuv2Travel
Portland, OR216 contributions
Jun 2017 • Couples
Perfect turquoise waters for a swim. Water was cold but exhilarating! I am not a good swimmer, but felt comfortable swimming in these waters. Not big waves and there were areas where I could swim where it was not over my head. Good snorkeling and a great place for a paddle board.
Written July 14, 2017
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ShesaTravelDiva
Portsea, Australia100 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
Lovely small beach in a very protected Cove. Three nice cafe/restaurants with yummy coffee and drinks -- food looks good but I haven't tried. The water here is cleaner than Aiguafreda (which is pretty good) -- and a real family vibe. It is a rocky beach so you need shoes!
Written July 10, 2017
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Mick-Rowan
Burleigh Heads, Australia20 contributions
Jun 2019
When you first walk down the path and see this beautiful cove you will be gobsmacked by the beauty. You can then take the time to enjoy some tapas, and sangria before taking a dip and dozing in the sun. Perfecto!
Written July 2, 2019
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Carol H
Concord, MA71 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
We looked at staying on the Costa Brava during our trip to Spain/France but settled for a day trip due to the cost of accommodations. We spent the afternoon at this beach. It was a little busy but not bad. I wished I had had my beach shoes as getting in was a little rocky. Nevertheless, we felt very lucky to cool off from the heat wave of Europe in the Mediterranean. Maybe one of these days I’ll splurge and stay for a week after I win the lottery!
Written August 14, 2018
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JM Traveler
Bellevue, WA120 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
We really loved this small beach. Found lots of sea glass. It's small. Not too crowded in mid-July. Has a few restaurants and small shops. Found parking easily.
Written July 22, 2018
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