To the town of Begur belong the beaches of Aiguablava, Aiguafreda, Fornells, Platja Fonda, Platja del Racó, Sa Riera and Sa Tuna. Surrounded by the green and by imposing rocks, they detach for their crystalline waters and for its privacy.
The beach of Racó is attached to the longer beach of Pals, where you can practice water sports like windsurf and catamaran.
This area of the Costa Brava is specially interesting for the practice of diving because it is close to maritime reservoirs of great beauty.
Its urban centre is located upon a hill, surrounding an old castle, trace of the protection against the pirates, which gives its characteristic outlook and from where you have panoramic views over the Medas islands and the pirenaic mountain of Canigó.
Its narrow streets place a number of bars, discos and restaurants, making its nights amazing and intimate.
Esclanyà is a dependent village of Begur, interesting for its little Romanic church, around which the houses have been built.
All along the summer in Begur some handcraft and painting markets take place.