How to spend your days if you ever find yourself in beautiful Begur, Spain

by Joseph McKeown


  11am - Wake up and go get a coffee and croissant at cafe down the street; 12pm - Go to beach and lie there for a while and then go in water; 1pm - Drink sangria sold in to-go cups on the beach; 2pm - Go to lunch and sit for two hours and drink at least one bottle of wine; 4pm – I’m tired, let’s siesta; 6:30pm – Check office email; 7pm - Gin and tonics and tapas; 8:30pm - Evening stroll in plaza and around town to look at medieval castle on top of hill (see above); 10pm - Time for dinner; 12am - Did we eat enough today? No, how about we get gelato and  crêpes ? 

11am - Wake up and go get a coffee and croissant at cafe down the street; 12pm - Go to beach and lie there for a while and then go in water; 1pm - Drink sangria sold in to-go cups on the beach; 2pm - Go to lunch and sit for two hours and drink at least one bottle of wine; 4pm – I’m tired, let’s siesta; 6:30pm – Check office email; 7pm - Gin and tonics and tapas; 8:30pm - Evening stroll in plaza and around town to look at medieval castle on top of hill (see above); 10pm - Time for dinner; 12am - Did we eat enough today? No, how about we get gelato and crêpes