Sant Josep Viewpoint
Starting from the Sa Tuna viewpoint and taking the GR-92 southwards you reach the Sant Josep viewpoint, 200 metres from the previous one and with a height difference of over 60 metres. It is a tricky and by no means easy path yet rewards the most daring visitors with one of the most exceptional photographs of the mountains along our coast. Behind the Cap Sa Sal building, the Medes Islands stand out with Cap de Creus in the background. The viewpoint also gives you a view of most of the picturesque fishing village Sa Tuna, l’Alt de Sant Pau and the steep slopes of Cap de Begur with the Semàfor building, the last guardian of Begur’s coastline.