Holiday home Villa Ana Begur, Begur | Costa Brava

Holiday home Villa Ana Begur

17255 Begur
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Holiday home Villa Ana Begur

Holiday home Villa Ana Begur

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This is a four room house of 101 m2 on 2 levels with a living/dining room of 23 m2.
There is an open fireplace, a TV, electric heater and boiler (50 litres) and an exit to the terrace.

The house has 1 room 7 m2 with 1 bed (90 cm), a kitchen (4 hotplates, oven, electric coffee machine).
The upper floor holds 1 room 12 m2 with 1 double bed (2 x 80 cm), electric heater. 1 room 9 m2 with 2 beds (90 cm), electric heater. Bath/WC. Terrace 12 m2 partly covered and a barbecue (portable).

Facilities: washing machine, iron. Reserved parking (fenced).

Supermarket 1.3 km, restaurant 1 km, bar 1.3 km, railway station "Flaçá" 30 km, sandy beach 4.4 km, shingle beach 7.4 km. Golf course (36 hole) 17 km, tennis 700 m, riding stables 1.6 km.

Please note:
- maximum 1 pet/ dog allowed.
- additional services to be paid for on site: Pets 30 Euros/stay.
- car essential.

Nearest beaches: Fonda Beach, D'en Maleret Cove, Ses Orats Cove and 24 more beaches 5 km around

Holiday home Villa Ana Begur is in Begur

Begur is a lovely village in the heart of the Costa Brava, located in the massif of the same name. In his town, dominated by the XIth century castle, you will find so famous beaches in all Costa Brava as Aiguablava, Sa Tuna, Sa Riera, Aiguafreda, Platja Fonda or Fornells. In the center of village there are traces of Indian architecture, from the nineteenth century.

Located in the heart of Empordà (Ampurdán), protected by the mountains massif from where it took its name, the town of Begur is one of the most charming and secluded villages of the Costa Brava.

Begur CastleBegur center

The medieval village of Begur has a charm derived from its ancient history. Located in the mountains of Begur, these mountains that surround the village are the clues to understand its origins. In the era of piracy, through the XVII-XVIIIth centuries, center of any village should not be located right on the coast but inside. Indeed, Begur, 192 meters above sea level, has this quality perfectly fulfilled and so it grew over the centuries, with its defensive towers protecting against pirates.

The imposing silhouette of its medieval castle over the town, the many American colonial style villas built by the emigrants that came back from America after making a fortune in XIXth century, the medieval layout of its narrow streets, the little houses of fishermen that can still be seen in some of the creeks that surround Begur, they all shape the identity of a people who have lived almost facing the sea and is now a major tourism focus in the whole of the Costa Brava.

Sa Tuna Creek

The historic center of Begur is riddled with monuments which are inherited from a past that still remains in its stones, as the Church of Sant Pere, the house Pella and Forgas, Mas Pinc, where lived and died the great flamenco singer Carmen Amaya ... the castle itself, destroyed several times throughout its history.

Without a doubt the most distinctive natural landscape of Begur is formed by the set of eight small creeks and beaches that surround it, some of the most beautiful of the Costa Brava due to its location between cliffs and clear blue waters: Sa Riera, Sa Tuna, Aiguablava, Fornells, Platja Fonda, Aiguaxelida, Illa Roja.



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