The water’s edge is quite rocky so use the wooden plank leading into the sea.
If the beach is busy, head to the left of the restaurant and over by the boat sheds, where the locals like to sunbathe and access the cove from the boat ramps.
Pack your snorkel – the rocky cove is rich with Mediterranean marine life.
There’s only one small, reasonably pricey chiringuito (beach restaurant) here, so bring your own food and drink unless you plan on dining in.
Keep your ear to the ground for secret parties and special events – Groove Armada, Cocoon’s Sven Vath and many more have been known to put on amazing parties here.
Only accessible by car. It’s difficult to get taxis to come down the long and bumpy dirt track to take you home, so it’s best if you have your own transport.
- Mature travellers
- Travellers with pets
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Nature / wildlife