Club Nàutic Aiguablava is a small marina for low-draft boats, since its maximum depth is 1.5 metres and it can accommodate up to 6.5-metre boats. Access is easy and the only thing to watch out for is the rocky outcrops of Furió d’Aigua Gelida to the south and Furió de Fitó to the north of the marina. The marina provides basic services for small boats, including a five-tonne crane and fuel, as well as boat repair services. Nearby you’ll find the Cala Aigua Gelida, set back from the garbí wind, Platja Fonda, which is also sheltered from the tramuntana, and Cala Sa Tuna. The marina has a centre for underwater sports and dinghy sailing.
EN GISPERT CAVE
En Gispert Cave is 150 metres long and is the Costa Brava’s longest cave. It is located between the coves of Aiguablava and Aigua Gelida, and the best way to visit it is by kayak.