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Sa Nau

This narrow cove lies south of Portocolom, and it is difficult to anchor here with a large vessel. To enjoy it the best idea is to drop anchor outside the shelter zone and enter the cove with the dinghy. The beach is surrounded by small cliffs with reddish and ochre hues, crowned by pine trees, savin junipers and bushes. The sandy seabed covered with posidonia is ideal for practising snorkelling, as there is an abundance of marine fauna. In summer the beach is crowded with local bathers, due to its beauty and because it offers all kinds of services, including a kiosk where you can have refreshments and cocktails or eat fresh fish next to the sea.

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