The perfect holiday house for a large family seeking privacy and tranquility set in its own walled gardens on one of the most exclusive parts of the Costa Brava.
Can Candela is set in a 2,000 square metre garden with swimming pool only a short distance from the spectacular Sant Pol beach in S’Agaro. It sleeps 8 in comfort and has everything to make your holiday visit a relaxing delight.
Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, three terraces both a large dining room and living room with fireplace make this a truly spacious house. The kitchen is also large and has enough space to eat in and is fully equipped with gas stove, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. A washing machine and drying/ironing area is available.
The gardens are a combination of lawns, vegetable garden and fruit trees with palm trees shading the 12 metre pool. There is also a barbecue area and a garage.
Available from June to end September at very reasonable rates.
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This beach has a bit of everything and is very easy to reach tucked between Sant Feliu and Platja d'Aro. On the one headland you have the imposing buildings of one of the areas premier hotels, the Hostal de la Gavina surrounded by other exclusive houses designed by architect Rafael Maso in the 1920's and 30's.
Then in the middle of the beach is an area of protected sand dunes and small wildlife refuge which is surrounded by normal beach facilities. The boardwalk passes some good seafood restaurants, most of which are open all year round, where you can sit on the terrace when the weather allows.
There are huge Modernist mansions built by Catalans that made their fortunes in Cuba (they are referred to locally as Cubanos) trading sugar and tobacco in the late 19th century and then came back to spend it in their favourite seaside resorts along the Mediterranean.
The fine sand beach turns into rugged rocks at the other end as the headland takes on a more dramatic aspect which you can enjoy by walking along the coastal path, which is where we go next…