On the whole, Begur isn’t really a big shopping kind of place. It’s more somewhere to sit having a drink, a coffee or some tapas on the main plaza, admiring the view from the mirador or just wandering the narrow cobbled streets. That’s not to say however that there’s nothing to buy.
On Wednesdays and Sundays there are weekly street markets selling clothes, food and general household goods. In July and August, there’s also an arts and crafts market on Thursday evenings in the main square.
Otherwise the nearby village of Pals is very good for typical, locally-made ceramics or, slightly further afield, the major ceramics centre of the Costa is in the small town of La Bisbal.
For general information on what to expect of shopping on the Costa Brava, see my Shopping in Costa Brava page.