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Sa Tuna Beach

 Discover the Sa Tuna beach on the Costa Brava
Located in the municipality of Begur, Sa Tuna is one of the most beautiful and picturesque beaches on the Costa Brava. The place has a spectacular landscape value. Its clean and transparent waters, the typical fishermen white houses, with touches of color in the portals, the stranded boats, the golden-coloured rocks, the abundant vegetation, all these elements together contribute to the magical charm of this small cove.
On one side of the cove is the Sant Pau Cave, which offers good shade on the hottest days. In the summer months in the cave are performed concerts of habaneras, a very popular musical genre on the Costa Brava.
The best time of year to swim here is in June and July, when there are not so many people and the waters are very calm. The beach is gravelled and offers the basic services necessary for a perfect day.
Characteristics
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Characteristics
Semiurban beach
Length: 85 meters
Maximum width: 25 meters
Type of sand: Boulders and golden sand.
Water quality: Very good
Type of storm surges: Very weak
Occupancy level: Medium
Services
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Services
Parking
Showers
Cleaning and wastebaskets
Signs of rescue
How to get here
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How to get here
By train. Flaçà railway station, 33 km away. Commuter (RG1 and R11 lines) and Medium Distance trains.
By bus. The Sarfa bus company has coaches with departures from Girona, Barcelona, Palafrugell and Flaçà arriving to Begur, 4km away from the beach.
By car. Road C-31 (Sant Feliu de Guíxols - Palamós - Palafrugell - Pals) to Regencós. From Regencós, take the GI-653 road to Begur (3km). Continue along the GIV-6535 until arriving at the beach.
Location
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Location
Municipality: Begur
Comarque: Baix Empordà
Province: Girona
GPS: 41°57'37.9"N 3°13'47.2"E / 41.960522, 3.229791
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