Here are the top best beaches in Costa Brava.
Cala sa BoadellaOne of the first beaches to discover as you make your way from Barcelona is Cala sa Boadella. It might be for the bold or those ready to embrace all things European because this beach happens to bea nudistone. But don’t scroll away yet! It’s one of the most gorgeous beaches along the coast. The sand is a perfect tint of beige and the shore gleams in turquoiseclear colors. It’s a sight to see – in a lot of ways.
Cala sa CaletaNear one of the main towns, Lloret de Mar, you’ll find this gorgeous quaint beach that features a castle formed into the coastline peaking out next to you. It’s easy to access, small, and offers dreamy views in every direction you turn. Then, if you go along the castle, you’ll follow a beautiful walled pathway that straddles the coast, offering impeccableMediterranean views.
Cala MoriscaThough not technically a beach, Cala Morisca is a hidden cove that is only accessible by following a short trail off the GR-92 hiking paths. You’ll wander down a series of steps until you discover a small swimming cove. If you’re lucky, you’ll have the place all to yourself.
Cala MasetAnother cozy and hidden away spot, Cala Maset is located just past one of Costa Brava’s towns, Sant Feliu de Guíxols. This Costa Brava beach offers its visitors a a swimming spot with its vibrantly turquoise waters, mixed with a calm, secluded vibe.
Platja de LlafrancPlatja de Llafranc is a fantastic beach spot in Costa Brava. Llafranc itself is a quaint beach town with plenty of restaurants and hotels nearby. Its beach is stretched with soft white sand and visitors can enjoy beautiful views and the white-washed town all at once.
Platja de CastellFor a spacious yet calm beach in Costa Brava, Platja de Castell is a must. It’s a large and accessible beach located withinPalamós, so you’ll likely be accompanied by other beach goers, but it’s still a relaxing and gorgeous spot along Costa Brava.
There are tons of great beaches -- big and small -- along Costa Brava. Don’t forget to explore towns like Tossa de Mar, Palamós, Sant Feliu de Guíxols, and Calella de Palafrugell. The public beaches, such as Platja de Sant Pol, along these towns offer nearby hotels, bars, and restaurants, and plenty of things to do. They also make a perfect base for exploring the rest of these top beaches in Costa Brava. Check back soon for more exciting destinations around the world. In the meantime, prep for your next beach adventure at shadedmalibu.com.