Begur is set on a hill looking down toward the coastline, which is dotted with pine covered hills and rocky bays, with Sandy beaches. It’s a beautiful special part of Spain’s Mediterranean coast line that has been developed in a considered and low density and organic fasion. Property prices here reflect the beauty and quality of the location.
The municipal area of Begur covers a number of coastal towns including Sa Riera, Aiguafreda, Sa Tuna, Platja Fonda, Fornells and Aiguablava. The winter population is low, so for those who intend to live year-round, it might be a bit quiet.
Autonomous Community: Catalonia
Comarca: Baix Empordà
Population: 3994 (2014)
Town hall website: www.begur.cat/turisme/eng/