Small cove located between La Fosca and Castell beach, with old fishermen’s huts, many of them adapted to tourist activity.
They are small buildings with Catalan-style brick vaults, originally intended to store boats and fishing tackle.
It is considered one of the most enchanting coves on the Costa Brava.
It can be accessed by the path that starts next to the King’s campsite or from Palamós by the Camí de Ronda.
To the right of the cove is a lush pine forest, called La Pineda d’en Gori.
The beach is 60 meters long and is made up of stones.
The entrance to the sea is also rocky, so it is advisable to wear rubber shoes.
It is usually uncrowded, although many recreational boats anchor there.
In 2014, the Catalan government declared Cala S’Alguer a “Cultural Asset of National Interest”.