The best way to see Begur - both the town centre (with many pedestrianised streets) and the coves and woods - is, undoubtedly, on foot. There are a number of walking trails (senders) allowing you to discover otherwise inaccessible nooks and crannies. On the one hand there are the old paths (camins vells), which are paths formerly used by the town’s inhabitants and which link Begur with the coves. There are two of these paths, the Camí vell de Sa Tuna, or old path of Sa Tuna, which connects Begur’s old town to the Sa Tuna cove, and the Camí vell de Fornells, or old path of Fornells, that goes from the Fornells crossroads to the Malaret, Ses Orats and Port d’Esclanyà coves. On the other hand, there are also two other types of trail to be found in Begur, of medium and high difficulty. The Es Quinze Local Trail (Sender Local or SL) links Begur’s historic centre with its steep coastline, and allows visitors to enjoy forest walks, and to see the Begur coastline and the tiny Aiguafreda cove. The long distance (Gran Recorregut) trail - GR-92 - is more difficult, it traverses the Begur coastline, specifically from the Sa Tuna cove to the Aiguablava beach.