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4 Mediterranean beaches that every ROSÉ lover must visit

Next stop... The Catalan Mediterranean! Oh ROSÉ lover! How we missed hearing that voice that speaks to you as you settle into your seat on the plane. How we were looking forward to downloading a boarding pass onto our mobile phone again. Or simply how impatient we were to once again enjoy the treasures that are closest to us. The beaches we always used to enjoy as kids.


Near or far, what is certain is that if the Mediterranean is on your roadmap, congratulations are in order. Why? Because summer doesn't end here on the 22 September. ROSÉ lover, if you’re reading this, take note of the 4 beaches of the Catalan Mediterranean that we recommend for their scenery, for the quality of their waters and for their picturesqueness. There is something for everyone! 




Cala del Pi, Platja D’Aro

If you’re lucky enough to walk the incredible Camino de Ronda, this beach is without a doubt one of the must-visits. Its name comes from the amount of pine trees surrounding it. Naturally, its sand is white, and its waters are incredibly clear. A paradise of just 60 metres surrounded by other beaches that are also worth visiting, such as Cala de Sa Cova and Cala Rovira. 

Aiguablava, Begur

This time we took a cooler with canned ROSÉ to this incredible beach on the Costa Brava. The turquoise colour of Aiguablava (Begur) is the best welcome photo. And if you love diving, you’re in the right place. Fine sand, calm waters, amenities, family atmosphere and the Parador Aiguablava overlooking the cliff... You'll think you're dreaming!



Cala Jovera, Tamarit

Can you imagine a castle on the beach? Stop imagining and head to Cala Jovera in Tarragona. Also known as Cala del Castell, because of the 10th century Romanesque structure that overlooks it, this beach is one of the most unique in Catalonia. This beach has also been awarded in recognition of it being one of the most unspoilt beaches on the coast of Tarragona. Not to be missed! 


Es Casetes del Garraf, Barcelona

It may not be the most paradise-like beach in the Catalan Mediterranean, but it is certainly one of the most picturesque.We say this because this sandy area, almost 400 metres long, was once a small and pretty seaside neighbourhood. Today you can still enjoy the sight of the colourful wooden huts that were used to store the fishermen's tools. Half an hour by train from Barcelona, it's the perfect place to cool down. You can't leave Catalonia without visiting it.

What did you think of our unique beach hopping? We’re still eager to tell you more. ROSÉ lover, what is clear is that wherever you are, you have to open your favourite BORN ROSÉ and enjoy it, as it deserves, with your feet in the sand. See you at the beach!