Pure Costa Brava

Cala S’Alguer Apartaments is set in stunning natural surroundings bordering one of the coast’s largest areas of unspoilt, protected land and is just 200 metres from the water’s edge.

A 5-minute drive to the south is the vibrant fishing port of Palamós with its buzzing seafood restaurants and quaint local bars, pretty marina and numerous amenities.

To the north, as far as Calella de Palafrugell, you find some of Spain’s most breathtakingly beautiful landscapes and crystalline waters, synonymous with this stretch of coveted Catalan coastline.

Cala S’Alguer, arguably the most picturesque bay in the whole of the Costa Brava, is just a few minutes’ walk away.

The spectacular, wild sandy beach of Platja de Castell is a magical 15-minute walk along the Camí de Ronda coastal path whilst the beautiful La Fosca beach is a 5-minute stroll from the development.

This is a region which, for many years, was frequented by A-list stars such as Elizabeth Taylor, Marlene Dietrich, Orson Wells and Coco Chanel. Salvador Dalí was also a regular to these shores, even commissioning the construction of a small house in which he could paint, locally known as the ‘Barraca d’en Dalí’.

This is a truly stunning setting, perfect for discerning buyers seeking a second home in exclusive, tranquil and picturesque surroundings.

Its close proximity to Palamós and a healthy potential yield from the buoyant Costa Brava short-term rental market also offers an attractive investment opportunity.

Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is perhaps the most beautiful stretch of Spain’s vast Mediterranean coastline, an area of outstanding natural beauty made famous throughout the world for its pretty, secluded coves and beaches, traditional fishing villages, world-renowned gastronomy and breathtaking landscape.

Known as the Wild (‘Brava’) Coast for its dramatic coastal scenery, the Costa Brava attracts discerning local and international property buyers. The region has a rich cultural heritage dating back to the Greek and Roman settlers and has inspired some of the world’s greatest artists including Dalí, Picasso and Miró.

The region’s warm climate and easy access to France, Barcelona and the rest of Europe from nearby international airports in Girona and Barcelona, continue to make it an ideal destination for property investors.

Cala S’alguer

The authentic, picturesque fishing community of Cala S’Alguer has its origins in the 16th Century and its distinctive architecture has been respected throughout the centuries, integrating seamlessly with the natural environment. As with many other secluded bays dotted along this magnificent stretch of coastline, the pines and granite rocks touch the sea, giving it an air of unrivalled beauty.

The total length of the bay is only around 60 metres and its waters are so clear that you can even see some of the rare coral the region is famed for.

In 2004 Cala S’Alguer was declared by the Government of Catalonia as a ‘Cultural Asset of National Interest’.

Cala S’Alguer is an unchanged slice of Costa Brava history, just a short walk from the Cala S’Alguer Apartaments development, which represents the latest word in contemporary Costa Brava living.

Beach (La Fosca)
Marina (Palamós)
Hospital (Palamós)
Golf Course (Golf d’Aro)
International Airport (Girona)
High Speed Train Station
Platja d’Aro
French Border
Barcelona City
Barcelona Airport

Its exquisite, unspoilt natural surroundings set this development apart from anything else on the Mediterranean. From the front door residents have direct access to 7 kilometres of exquisite, wild, protected coastline - including bays and beaches that can only be accessed by foot.

Tom MaidmentDirector Lucas Fox Costa Brava