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BEACH CALA FIGUERA

Cala Figuera is part of a series of coves between Lloret de Mar and Tossa. It is possible to access by vehicle, since they are next to an urbanized area called Santa Maria de Llorell.

PATGES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Distance from Tossa: 3 km.

Services: None

Also known as Cala des Rajols, it is already the only nudist beach in Tossa de Mar. It is one of the most beautiful and privileged, due to its geographical location and the curious shapes of its rocks.

It is of golden and thick sand, surrounded by great vegetation, certainly with a paradisiacal air, since it is not possible to see the urbanization that is behind.

Cala Figuera is located in a magnificent natural environment protected by large rocks.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

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BEACH OF LLORELL

Platja de Llorell is in front of two rocks, the Muladera Gran and the Muladera Petita. In front of the first one, a sailboat loaded with oranges sank years ago. It is a beach very protected from north and mestral winds.

BEACHES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Access: Easy walk / By car / By boat

Length: 460 meters

Width: 50 meters

Occupation: High

Composition: Golden Sand

Foundation: Yes

Nudist: No.

Access adapted for the disabled: No

Washbasins: Yes

Showers: Yes

Trash cans: Yes

Hammock rental: Yes

Kiosks: Yes

Diving areas: Yes

Distance from Tossa: 3.5 km.

It belongs to Tossa, La Selva region. The two beaches of Llorell, Llevant and Garbí, which are practically united in one, have various services and facilities, especially for water sports.

The surrounding vegetation provides sun-protected areas on the beach itself, much in demand when temperatures rise. Its sand is fine and golden.

And for its location near an urbanization and nearby camping, it receives a large number of bathers.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

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PLATJA PORTO PI TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

BEACH PORTO PI

The cove Porto Pi on the Costa Brava is about 350 meters long, its sand is medium thick, golden, and usually has a beach bar during the summer. The area occupied by this beautiful bay south of the center of Tossa, is also known as Martossa, by the name of the urbanizations that are located.

BEACHES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Access: Easy walk / By boat
Length: 355 meters
Width: 30 meters
Occupation: Low
Promenade: No.
Foundation: Yes
Nudist: No.
Signposted accesses: Yes
Rescue signs: Yes
Parking: Intercity (Lloret-Tossa Line 1.5 km)
Access adapted for the disabled: No
Washbasins: Yes
Showers: No.
Public telephones: No.
Trash cans: Yes
Umbrella rental: No.
Hammock rental: No.
Kiosks: Yes

This beach is difficult to access by land because it is located just below a cliff. It is located in the same bay as the beaches of Llorell. It can only be accessed by sea or walking on the rocks from the beaches of Llorell.
The bay of Llorell is known for the great atmosphere that is breathed in summer. Cala Llevadó, is the busiest part. However as we head south, and specifically to Porto Pi, the influx is smaller.
We will observe that the beach of Porto Pi is differentiated by a rocky outcrop. Bathers love to climb to contemplate the views of the entire bay. That is why this is also an ideal area for snorkeling. The waters are very clean.

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We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

BEACH CALA MORISCA

Cala Morisca is one of those idyllic coves that the coast between Lloret and Tossa gives us.
And this is because Cala Morisca meets the various conditions that virgin beaches on the Costa Brava normally have: it has no buildings in sight, no services, its access is not direct for vehicles and it has little influx, even in the middle of summer. That’s why it’s worth enjoying this secluded cove.

Length 40

Ample 10

Sand type Medium 

Bathing conditions Good 

How to get there By car on the GI-682 road (Blanes-Lloret).

Located to the south after the bay of Llorell, and after passing the Cap de Bou. Cala Morisca in turn forms another small bay surrounded by cliffs, which makes it really invisible from the rest of the nearby beaches.
Cala Morisca, for its shape and rocky configuration is very suitable for fishing and snorkeling. In addition it is oriented to the south-east and the north wind of the Tramuntana does not impact directly against her.
To get to Cala Morisca you have to do part of the journey on foot, so you should not go overloaded. In Cala Morisca there is no restaurant or other establishment and I advise those who want to go to Cala to go well-shod and with a little drink or fruit, and those who go snorkeling must bring the equipment with himself.

Cala Morisca is a unspoilt beach on the Costa Brava. Access is via a trail and is a bit tricky, but the effort is well worth it as we find a barely visited beach with crystal clear waters and golden stones.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

CAMÍ DE RONDA -SANT ANTONI DE CALONGE A CALA CRISTUS

THE WAY: CAMINO DE RONDA – CALONGE A CALA CRISTUS

In Sant Antoni de Calonge you can do another section of the Camino de Ronda until you reach Cala Cristus.

It is a route suitable for young and old, without difficulties, with an entertaining environment for everyone. Along the way you will find coves and corners where you can go down to the sea to swim.

In Torrevalentina Beach, you will find all the necessary services, but little by little you will enter an environment of lush green and deep blue.

After its initial ascent, it is essential to turn around to the extraordinary view of the bay of Palamós. But you have to wake up early so as not to miss the Racó dels Homes, a small cove sheltered by rocks that give it a special charm.

Before reaching the next cove that you will find along this section of Camí de Ronda, you will be amazed when suddenly … Torre Colomina appears another construction that today lasts from the time when any had to be watched possible pirate attack.

Passing under the occasional bridge you reach Cala de Roques Planes a dream corner where you can enjoy freedom, so nudism is welcome here.

Crossing the flat part of Cala de Roques Planes that has sand, you will follow Camí de Ronda towards Cala Roca del Paller. This cove captivates the five senses and the arrival of it by the way is taken from a magic story.

And there is more, you will cross Cala dels Esculls, a cove based on rocks, but this makes it shine and be unique in its beauty.

Next to it Cala del Forn, another heavenly corner before reaching the end of our walk. And after crossing the bowels of the rocks, through the last tunnel, you will reach Cala Cristus which is separated by a rock from its neighbor Cala Ses Torretes or Cala Gogo.

Distance: 1.60km approx.

Time: 30-60 min approx.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

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