Surrounded by rocky cliffs and trees, the pale, clear water is a striking contrast to the dark grey, pebbly sand. A great beach for snorkeling when calm and bodysurfing when the tide is up, and for consistently stunning views all the way from sunrise through until sunset.
This picture perfect bay is popular with luxury yacht owners by water and dedicated locals by car. It’s also a popular choice for naturists, so don’t be surprised to see nudity.
Wait until the wind picks up in the afternoons then head to Cala de Boix for some light waves and bodysurfing action. It’s rarely crowded, so enjoy the space!
The feeling that you’ve made a real ‘off-the-map’ discovery once you arrive. Ditch the sun beds and set up on the shore on a big beach blanket and a picnic… old school style.