You wouldn’t normally expect a medieval hilltop town that was most famous for its narrow cobbled streets and ruined castle to have that much going on in terms of nightlife, but Begur is not without its fans when it comes to bars.
Both La Lluna (Calle Concepció Pi i Tató. Tel: 972 622 023) and Croack (Avinguda Onze de setembre, 7 Tel: 972 623 09) are quite gentle but lively bars that have been going for decades and are still popular with night-owls of all ages. La Lluna is set on different floors with heavy red velvet drapes leading from one room to another. The music ranges from jazz and blues to house and eurodisco while Croack has a pretty gravelled garden with hanging lanterns. Perfect for a nightcap.
If you want to head further afield, the Vintage Bar and Lounge at nearby Cap Sa Sal (www.vintagecapsasal.com) has stunning coastal views (see also Vintage Hotel for the review of the hotel and Vintage Lounge for the restaurant review) and DJs playing a variety of chilled-out but hip sounds with an extensive cocktail list.
For more on nightlife on the Costa Brava, see my Costa Brava nightlife page.