Cala Llentrisca a small beach formed by round stones (Còdols) and a slipway shore dotted with huts. It is one of the most pristine beaches in the area, yet you wouldn’t be surprised to find it completely empty.

Cala Llentrisca

Its difficult access is one of the reasons why this cove often so tranquil. Its crystal waters and rocky bottoms make this cove a visual feast.


Dimensions: Length 75. Width 15 m.

Facing: East.

Land: Sand and pebble stones.

Sea-floor: Rocky with some areas of seaweed and sand.

Environment: Natural.

Of interest: If you walk along the path to the Cap de Llentrisca (20 minutes) you can enjoy one of the most original sunsets.

How to get to Cala Llentrisca?:

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