The church of Sant Cristòfol, in Beget. A relic from the pre-Pyrenees Romanesque style, built in the 10th century.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Cala Pedrosa, facing the east, is the departure point for a walk which, linking up with a long route path (the GR 92), finishes in the bay of Aigua Xelida. Rocks, wild vegetation and elevations that enable you to see caves formed by the erosion of the waves are some of the most notable characteristics of this walk.
Following the path, you go from the area known as Les Muscleres to Portió beach, now in Tamariu. In the northern part of this beach, the path follows as far as Aiguadolça, a small bay framed by small stones in which there is a freshwater spring. Here the path continues, until reaching the small bay of Aigua Xelida.