This is a wide and sandy beach of great beauty where it is possible to enjoy a peaceful and tranquil environment while taking in the contrasting shades of blue, turquoise and green of the clear and transparent waters. To reach this beach you need to walk down a slope for some 200 metres, which makes it inaccessible for anyone with mobility issues. In the summer season, from 17 hours the beach becomes shaded due to the height of the cliffs which are its protection. The slight incline of the seabed makes this a safe spot for bathing as well as for snorkelling. Part of this beach is also open for nudists.
Location: 11 kilometres from Santa Eulària.
Access: The beach can be reached from Sant Carles following the signs along the road or from Cala de Sant Vincent, a road with panoramic views which runs parallel to the north-east coast.
Dimensions: The beach is 300 metres in length and varies between 5 and 15 metres in width.
Type: The beach has naturally medium-sized grains of sand while the seabed is mostly sandy with a small rocky area.
Services: Bar, restaurant, showers, sunbeds and umbrellas.