- Platja d'Aro
- Our hotels in Platja d'Aro
We’re not sure if it’s the feel of the Tramontana that brings together nature and the rocky coastline and coves, or the leafy valleys with views overlooking the snow-capped Pyrenees, but in Empordà, Platja d’Aro is charming and it knows how to charm visitors well.
With its trails, fields and proximity to the Costa Brava, they all make it one of the best spots for switching off in Catalonia. A restful space where the Platja d’Aro takes centre stage.
- Beaches and coves
More of a beach than a cove, its 237 metres of golden, coarse sand make it the perfect cove for enjoying the Mediterranean sea just 5 minutes away from the centre of Platja d’Aro. It offers the htop “El Trocadero” beach bar. The cove surrounds the Roman villa of Pla de Palol that offers free entry.
Discover a unique natural cove just a few steps away from the hotel.
Sa Cova nestles between Calonge and Platja d’Aro, a tranquil cove of course-grain sand with a fishing tradition. Its intense blue water is ideal for a dip protected from the tramontana winds.
A corner of the Mediterranean to explore and keep yourself amused.
Along coastal roads with sea views and gorgeous archways you can reach Cala del Pi, a small cove with crystal clear water and wild scenery. Despite there being no facilities there, its marine wildlife reflects a unique landscape.
Platja d’Aro’s wildest cove offers plenty of options for keeping yourself amused.
You can find Platja Gran at the heart of Platja d’Aro, which is the most popular and well-rounded beach belonging to the town. Located next to the promenade, it is ideal for a swim or a wide range of watersports.
A beach at the heart of Platja d’Aro very close to the hotel.
Surrounded by pine trees, reeds, and cacti, you’ll achieve the perfect tan at Cala Belladona. It stands out for its turquoise blue, crystal clear water, as well as its picturesque rocky islet that is postcard-perfect.
Enjoy the sea surrounded by Mediterranean flora and fauna.
Two traditional fishing huts, an intimate setting and golden sand reveal Cala des Canyers, which is typically Mediterranean. It’s only accessible on foot, but the landscape makes up for the tricky access.
Sun yourself in Platja d’Aro’s most traditional cove.
The coastal road fords Sa Conca, a cove that is very close to a very agreeable port. Located next to the residential area of S’Agaró, it’s one of the prettiest and most natural beaches along the Costa Brava.
A cove to travel around, explore and discover.