Situated just on the border between L’Escala and Torroella de Montgrí, and therefore, between Alt and Baix Empordà, Montgó cove offers a haven from the Tramuntana (north wind). Due to its rounded shape, there is a theory that suggests that this might have been an ancient sinkhole, which would have been enlarged due to the action of the sea. There are numerous tourist establishments close to the promenade and services on the beach, including adapted toilets. With blue flags and next to the natural park of Montgrí, Medes and the Baix Ter, you are encouraged to walk the coastal path towards the Ventosa point or climb the tower on Montgó point, which was used to warn of attacks by pirates. The easiest access to Montgó cove is from L’Escala, since this beach is 12 km from L’Estartit by a dirt track or 20 km away by road. Parking area near the beach.
Highlights: Located on the border between L’Escala and Torroella de Montgrí, Montgó cove offers a haven from the Tramuntana wind.
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Access ramp to the beach