the heart of
Costa Brava

Between Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Platja d’Aro, halfway between Barcelona and France, and between Blanes and Portbou we find S’AGARÓ, one of the most beautiful residential and tourist centers on the Costa Brava. Its origin dates back to 1916 with the construction of the first noucentista-style summer residence with the idea that it was an urbanization intended for tourism and the summer holidays of the upper bourgeoisie.
Over the years, the strength of tourism grew and all around the initial complex (and all along the coast in general) new buildings and apartments were built, until forming what we know today as S’Agaró.

There are two magnificent beaches, one the Sant Pol beach, 900 m long and made up of very fine sand and shallow waters, ideal for families with small children or people with reduced mobility. It has a promenade that borders it, a children’s play area in the Parc de les Dunes and a large number of services (parking area, sunbed rental, bars, restaurants, Red Cross, water sports school…) and the the other the beach of Sa Conca, touching the urbanization of S’Agaró with its stately houses and the promenade that passes there. It is a large cove of 400 meters, with thicker sand and deeper water. You can access it by car, but you have to leave it 250 meters away or on foot, with a pleasant walk along the Camí de Ronda. It is a very familiar beach, surrounded by pines and rocks, of great beauty.

S’Agaró is characterized by being a quiet and familiar residential area, with quality shops, a variety of restaurants and bars and very close and well connected to our neighbors of Platja d’Aro and Sant Feliu de Guíxols.