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How to Find the Best Begur Hotels with Hotels.com

Let Hotels.com find you an amazing hotel in Begur. We know that it is so important to get the right accommodation for any kind of trip, as that way you can be sure of enjoying your stay to the max. We have created a great list of the best Begur Hotels, with something that will suit every traveller, no matter what your tastes or budget. Find a room to share with your partner, a set of connecting apartments so that the whole family can stay together as well as have their own space, or just something extra luxurious for yourself. All of the Begur Hotels that we list are accompanied by ratings from Hotels.com users so you can build up a reliable picture of what it is like to be a guest there. We also include a set of handy photos that shows you just what each hotel is like, inside and out. Refreshingly non-commercialised, Begur is a great place for enjoying the cuisine and culture of the sun splashed Costa Brava.

What's Begur Like?

Begur is characterised by its quaint cobbled streets and white washed houses, and in the midst of it all rises up an ancient castle, which is well worth a visit. This is a great wine growing region, and there are several local vineyards offering guided tours and tasting sessions. The beaches in and around Begur are clean and sandy, with plenty of rock pools to explore as well. Take diving and snorkelling classes in Begur itself, or slightly further afield in Fornells and Aguafreda. The pretty Playa Fonda is one of the most picturesque beaches to sunbathe on, and there are lots of delicious restaurants and cafes nearby, as well as bars that tend to play live Catalan music.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Begur

Begur is situated in Catalonia, and around 36 percent of people in this region speak Catalan as their first or main language. Most people (around 46 percent) speak Spanish as their first language in Catalonia, though this is much lower than in other parts of Spain. You will be understood whether you speak Spanish or Catalan, though, so why not blend in with the locals by learning a couple of phrases of each? You'll quickly find that the languages are close cousins; the word for 'hello' is the same in both Spanish and Catalan, for instance: 'hola!'. At Hotels.com, we loved using our local knowledge to bring you an amazing array of Begur Hotels to choose from so why not book with us today?