The coast of Bajo Ampurdán has many coves of fine sand and transparent waters that make up one of the most well preserved areas of the Costa Brava. The villages, formerly dedicated to fishing, such as Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc, Tamariu, ... along with the coves of Fornells, Aiguablava, Sa Tuna, Aiguafreda, Aigua Xelida, are especially notable for their beauty.
A fantastic place to enjoy the extraordinary beauty of the area is the viewpoint of the lighthouse of Sant Sebastià, from where you can see from a slope, a beautiful panoramic view over Calella and Llafranc and from the other, the steep and wild coast that goes to Tamariu . The visit of the Botanical Garden of Cap Roig is mandatory, where there are a large number of plant species characteristic of the Mediterranean, and during the months of July and August there are performances and concerts of recognized prestige. Other outstanding events are the traditional Habaneras sung of Calella de Palafrugell that is celebrated on the first Saturday of July and the Indianos Fair in Begur, the first weekend of September.