Services at the Parador de Aiguablava include a swimming pool, sauna, gym and restaurant. The guest rooms feature simple, comfortable décor, creating a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Almost all of them have balconies with magnificent panoramic views, allowing guest to watch the sea breaking on the rocks while enjoying the scent of the pines. Aiguablava Cove is located near the hotel, providing a place for boats to anchor and offering the chance to go diving and relish a wonderful swim in clear, transparent water. Because it is sheltered by the rocks, this small beach feels almost private, although during the summer there is a lively tourist atmosphere.
The town of Begur is four kilometers from the Parador, set on a group of hills washed by the waters of the Mediterranean. Highlights include the ostentatious houses of the indianos, Spaniards who made their fortune in Latin America, the legacy of heavy emigration to Cuba in the 19th century. There are a number of options in terms of water sports. You can even hire a boat and explore the lovely coastline of the Ampurdán district. Horseback riding, tennis and cycling tourism along rural trails round out the leisure offerings. If you visit the Parador de Aiguablava on the first weekend in September, don't miss the Fira d’Indians in Begur. The town is transformed during this festival as it recalls its historical connection with Cuba. The streets are filled with festivities and traditions.
In winter, the Parador is a relaxing spot: contemplate the seagulls in flight and listen to the sound of the sea on the rocks and the whispering of the pines. In summer, it is the ideal location, combining the peaceful winter atmosphere with the beauty and comfort that makes it a tourist attraction. We look forward to welcoming you, any time of year.