The village of Begur
Begur is a colorful and exuberant town, with narrow streets of Moorish and Spanish architecture topped with a crumbling medieval castle that has views along miles of coastline. The town's most stunning neoclassical mansions were built by local merchants returning from Cuba in the late 19th century, and they sit alongside fishermen's huts, the homes of wealthy families who traded with the West Indies and Americas, and houses rumored to have hosted pirates..

Just a 20 minute drive north from the [manuki mas] it is the perfect place for a stroll in the afternoon or a dinner with the family. Begur features many small shops and restaurants and is a very nice destination to visit.

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