A great spot for two right in the heart of this unspoilt, cobbled fishing village, home of the Fauves artists. You walk from the street into the old fisherman’s house on four floors, restored tenderly now in greys and ochres with smooth oak floors and plenty of space. A bright, uncluttered kitchen leads to a spiral staircase (not for the less than nimble) and your robin’s egg blue bedroom with super bed, good lighting, full length windows and a smart mosaic-tiled bathroom. Up more stairs is the peaceful living room which has two large sofas, some exposed stone walls, works by local artists and a view out to a blue-shuttered house. Keep going up to find another sitting room with big sliding glass doors onto the sunny terrace with views to the bay and mountains; this is the best place for a sundowner. Leave your car (you won’t need it) near the railway station (it’s free) having dropped your luggage off at the top of the street. Step from the door into the old town, amble to two beaches, plenty of good Catalan restaurants, cafés for WiFi, a modern art museum and twice-weekly markets. A delightful little gem.