This is a small beach which is not widely used but forms a part of a sheltered and rocky inlet on the coast which is home to fishermen´s huts. The beach has fine sea views with a range of coves between the rocks and small islets that rise out of the sea in an almost virgin seascape. This is an ideal place for snorkelling and for relaxing. Only a few minutes away by foot is the lighthouse known as Torre d’en Valls or Torre de Campanitx, which was built during the second half of the 18thcentury (around 1763). The beach has amazing views of the island of Tagomago.
Location: 11.5 kilometres from Santa Eulària.
Access: Access from the village of Sant Carles taking the main road and following the signs.
Dimensions: Measuring 60 metres in length and 12 metres wide.
Type: The beach is of medium grain sand and the seabed is rocky with abundant vegetation with crystalline waters.
Services: Showers, restaurants, sunbeds and umbrellas.