Villa in quiet residential area of Begur close to the village and local beaches at Aigua Blava and Tamariu.
This spacious villa offers open plan living with a fully equipped american style kitchen, sitting room and dining room.
There is a master bedroom en suite and three further double bedrooms two with double beds and the third with twin beds. There is a family bathroom and a further shower room.
A lovely covered terrace offers a shady spot for outdoor dining, leading to the garden and private pool. The views are over the surrounding countryside.
If you haven't been to this area before Begur is a small village of 4000 people in the off season which swells substantially in summer time. The landscape is rocky and the coastline rugged with lots of small bays which makes it very special. There is a choice of beaches nearby with Aigua Blava the nearest at just over 2 miles from this villa. Begur is a medieval village with lots of character at the base of the castle ramparts. There are no high rise buildings or tacky mass developments The centre of the village is pedestrianised and a maze of charming narrow streets with some fascinating architecture. There are many wonderful restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. There are lots of small shops and boutiques in the centre of the village near the church square. This square tends to be the focal point for entertainment in the evenings with many artisan markets, art festivals, sardanas dancing and children activity programmes running all summer. In the local park ,which is just around the corner from the villa, there are facilities for both smaller children and teenagers alike. Of course the local beaches have to be the biggest natural facility we have. Sa Riera is just at the bottom of the hill above the villa and nearby Aigua Blava, Sa Tuna, Aigua Freda and Pals mean you are spoilt for choice.
This part of Catalonia is widely renowned for its good food and wines. There are many great restaurants in the area from the cheap and cheerful pizza parlours to the michelin starred gourmet restaurants. All have the same thing in common they are all extremely good value for your money.If cooking is your passion, then local raw ingredients are fantastic with fresh fish and shellfish, vegetables, fruit, breads and cheeses available locally in the market on a daily basis. There are a number of local vineyards only too happy for you to share their knowledge and taste their wines. All in all this part of the relatively undiscovered Spain is a feast for all your senses.
How to get here: Lots of people drive their own cars from mainland Euopean countries or the UK and Ireland. Begur is about an hour south of the French border and approx 90 min from Perpignan easily accessible on the AP7. It is also approx 90 min North of Barcelona. If driving is not an option then Girona is the nearest airport serviced by Ryanair (45 min) who also fly to Perpignan and Reus. Barcelona is a hub airport with numerous international connections and a number of low cost carriers including Easyjet, Spanair, etc. We have a detailed directions sheet available for people staying and if you do get lost or run into problems we will be here to advise. We can also arrange for you to be collected from the airport if you wish.