The Parador de Aiguablava looks out over the sea surrounded by pines in a unique setting, the Punta D’es Muts, where you can enjoy beautiful coves and impressive natural spaces.
Its unique location offers unbeatable views of the Costa Brava from the rooms and from the many viewpoints in the Parador gardens. In Aiguablava, the entire Parador faces the sea, including the spa and the outdoor swimming pool, which have spectacular views of the nearby coves.
In Aiguablava, art combines with the impressive Mediterranean landscape to create a beautiful and inspiring space. Reopened in 2020, the building is an outstanding modern Parador that maintains an iconic design, inspired by the typical architecture of the Mediterranean coast.
Aiguablava is sea and art. Here, the Paradores art collection shows an exhibition of more than 200 works by Catalan artists such as Dalí, Rafael Durancamps, Antoni Clavé, Tápies and Miró. It also includes large graphic works and oil paintings such as Monegros by José Beulas, Cennino Cennini o el libro del arte by Modest Cuixart and an abstract piece by Joan Hernández Pijuán.
Rooms to dream about
The rooms at Paradores combine design and modern services to perfection. In each room you can enjoy the comfort and elegance of the design and furnishings, and the best views in destinations you will want to return to again and again.
All the comforts you need
Conferences and meetings
Minibar with a carefully selected selection of products
Flat screen TV
Seasonal swimming pool
Digital press and magazines service
Sale of gift items
The best regional cuisine in unique spaces
Paradores offers the exclusive experience of enjoying regional, local and local cuisine in unique spaces. Our cuisine is strongly linked to the places where the 98 hotels are located, presenting the best gastronomy from the different Spanish regions. Pioneers in local cuisine, we have reinforced our commitment to local products in search of the best raw material and reaffirming our commitment to sustainability.
It boasts an indoor area and a seasonal outdoor pool. Advanced reservations are required for the circuit and the treatments. The newly created spa has unbeatable views of the sea that invite you to relax.
Aiguablava is nature and culture. The best way to discover it is by walking along its caminos de ronda, ancient tracks that follow the coastline and offer access to the beautiful coves of Begur. Every turn on the trail will amaze you with spectacular views of the bay. And that’s not all: Aiguablava is also famous for its cultural heritage. Close by are the impressive medieval cities of Pals and Peratallada, and the village of Begur, crowned by an imposing castle, and home to a medieval archaeological site.
This unique space offers a wide range of options for all kinds of water sports, adventures and hikes. If you are a golf lover, there are links at the nearby golf clubs of Golf Empordà and Golf de Pals, while beginners can learn to play at a Pitch & Putt in Gualta. And for the more daring visitor, a wide range of exciting experiences await, such as parachuting or hot air ballooning over the bay.
The exhibited works are a homage to the greatest exponents of contemporary Catalan art. These include pieces by outstanding artists such as Salvador Dalí, Rafael Durancamps, Antoni Clavé, Josep María Subirachs, Antoni Tápies and Joan Miró. Artists who are, in many cases, spokespersons for the international avant-garde, the forerunners and teachers of future generations who have opened up a broad international spectrum for Spanish contemporary art.
The surroundings of the Parador de Aiguablava offer a wide range of possibilities for all sorts of water sports, excursions and courses. Hiking is the best way to visit both the old town and the coves and forests, with several trails that enable you to discover places that would otherwise be inaccessible.
You can relax in its nearby coves, or go on a kayak excursion to the "d'en Gisbert" cave, float along the coast of Palamós in a vintage boat or visit medieval villages such as Pals or Peratallada. If you’re a fan of golf you can practice your favourite sport in the nearby greens of Golf Empordà and Golf de Pals and for novice golfers, at Gualta there is Pitch & Putt. If you’d like to explore the interior, we recommend a Segway tour. And for the most daring, there’s parachuting or a balloon ride.
The town of Begur, situated on the top of a hill, is only four kilometres away from the Parador. Its summit holds the main symbol of the town: its medieval castle. There also 19th-century houses built in the colonial indiano style. The Fira d’Indians fair is held on the first weekend of September when Begur revives memories of its indiano past. The Can Mario Museum, the Castle Fort of Peratallada, 12 kms away, and the Natural Reserve of Aiguamollos, 35 kms away, are some of many other options.
The coastal paths or caminos de ronda are one of Begur's main and best-known attractions. Nowadays, they’re not just used to pass from cove to cove, but also as places to stroll while enjoying a landscape of incomparable beauty. Given its coastline, which is steep and full of cliffs, the coastal path of Begur is not an unbroken trail along 20 km of coastline, but is divided into 4 different sections.
Prat de la Riba, 43 - 17100 La Bisbal d'Empordà (Girona)
Telephone: 972 109 358
Inspect the depths of the sea at Costa Brava
Aiguablava welcomes us with its transparent waters, framed by the fine sandy beach, rocks and vegetation. And once in the water... the blue. A blue that surrounds some of the best diving spots on the Costa Brava: Tabal, Ullastres, l'Illa Negra or Cap de Begur, all within easy reach of the nearest ports and anchorages.
Aiguablava Dive Centre
Ctra. Begur-Aiguablava, Km. 3,6 - 17255 Begur (Girona)
Telephone: 972 622 659
The Parador de Aiguablava is located at Punta D'es Muts, in the middle of a cliff surrounded by pine trees, with incredible views of the sea. It’s an area with beautiful beaches, coves and natural spaces.