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L’Escala is a town worth visiting for its Mediterranean charm. But in addition, it has beautiful beaches like Cala Montgó, between the municipality of L’Escala and Torroella de Montgrí. Ideal to go with children, as it has many services such as showers and public toilets, rental of hammocks, skates, kiosk, car parks… It is also a beach with access for disabled.

Gola de Ter

Very close you also have Gola de Ter. Located at the mouth of the River Ter, it is one of the most unspoiled and tranquil stretches of the Costa Brava and is formed by dunes. Very close to the Estartit and with the Medes Islands in the background. To get there, take the road that begins in Torroella de Montgri. This road is also common to do by bicycle as it is flat and there are usually families who arrive to the beach in this means of transport.

Cadaqués y Cala Montjoi

The beaches of Cadaqués are very rocky but close to the picturesque village recognized all over the world, we find the Bay of Portlligat with the island in front and of which Dalí was its most recognized inhabitant.

Nearby is Cala Montjoi. Surely thanks to the international recognition of the chef Ferran Adrià, this is one of the best known coves of the Cap de Creus as one side of the beach is where was the famous restaurant El Bulli.

Port de la Selva

Of all the populations of Cap de Creus, the Port de la Selva is the strongest candidate to win the title "small fishing village". The white houses are so close to one another that they seem to look for the shelter of the Tramuntana.