A deep cove with turquoise waters, frequented by surfers and divers too, due to the rich seabed and the presence of a small diving school. Very busy in summer, with huge tourist installations crowded around it. From the beach, which has all kinds of services, you can walk along a trail to the rocky formation of Es Pontàs — which you can contemplate in its full ness by anchoring in Cala Llombards —  or to Torre Nova, an old defence tower with great views of the coast.

  • Location

    • Recommended anchorage
    • N, NW, W
    • 39°19'55.67"N - 3°8'36.46"E
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