The main geographic feature along the whole of the Montgrí coast.
With a round shape suggesting the existence of an original “dolina” (sink-hole), flooded and enlarged by the sea. Archaeological excavations have shown that the Romans used Cala Montgó as a landing place.
The cove is situated 20 km by road from L’Estartit and 12 km by mountain tracks. Access on foot, by car, bicycle or boat.
Swimming area and sports areas marked by buoys. Cala Montgó is 600 metres long and 80 metres wide.