Cala Pedrosa, Torroella de Montgrí, Girona
This remote, rugged smugglers’ cove near Tamariu and Calella is about as untouristy as they come, so don’t expect cafés or boat rental. Just bask in the tranquillity
The stone shack at the back of the beach may not look much but its doyenne, the wonderful Señora Pepita serves up fabulously fresh, fried calamares, red mullet and the local scorpion fish on the beach. They also do breakfast and serve cold drinks all day.
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