Terraced into a steep hill overlooking the sea, this popular park is surrounded by fresh scented forests of tall pines, with palms by its pools. A sandy cove at the foot of the hill is small but beautifully formed, reached via an underpass or on the Cala Gogo's mini-train. Lively or leisurely days on-site could include waterpolo, aerobics, or a game of tennis or sun soaking on the poolside terraces overlooking the Med. There's a choice of eateries on the hill and a bar on the beach, plus a bouncy castle (high season), playgrounds and organised activities. Locally there are bars, bistros and boutiques in Platja d'Aro, and the Aquadiver Waterpark is just 1 mile away.