Cap de Begur's Caves full day kayaking one way trip. Starting under the Sant Sebastià lighthouse of Llafranc very soon we will find the first marine caves under impressive granite cliffs. After paddling along the Cala Pedrosa picturesque beach and the Tamariu bay we will stop to rest at the beautiful Cala Xelida cove to stop and rest as we prepare some fresh local products tapas – of course in hot weather you are able to have a refreshing swim too.
From this point the trip will continue a spectacular cliffs and passages between red granite rocks and many marine caves, being the Cova de Gispert and the Bisbe Cave the most famous and big ones.
Then we will pass along some bore little beautiful beacheslike Aiguablava and Fonda where we will stop again before the last trip's leg around Begur cape’s huge cliffs to finally arriving at the picturesque Sa Tuna, Aiguafreda and Sa Riera to finish our full day kayaking trip with the Medes Islans on sight.
- Starting point:Llafranc beach
- Arrival point: Sa Riera beach
- Activity’s duration: 8 hours
- Distance: 16 to 19 km