BEACH OF SA BOADELLA

La Cala de Sa Boadella located in a privileged enclave, accessible through a pine forest, has a natural charm.

Quiet, protected by an extensive grove and surrounded by cliffs, Sa Boadella still retains characteristic features of a virgin cove just 1 kilometer from the busiest beaches of Lloret de Mar and under one of the most beautiful and leafy gardens of the Costa Brava : the Garden of Santa Clotilde.

Length: 250 m

Amplitude: 40 m

Gross sand

Pending: 10%

EQUIPMENT

Beach completely marked 200 m away

1 watch chair

Blue flag

Showers equipped with Lavapiés

Lockers service

Parking at 200m. of the beach

Rescue and first aid:

From 06/15 to 09/15: from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Surveillance of beaches:

From 05/15 to 06/30: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

From 01/07 to 31/08: from 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

From 01/09 to 15/10: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m

 

The Cala de Sa Boadella is about 200 meters long and about 25 meters wide.

It is practically the only virgin beach of Lloret de Mar. It is a long and narrow beach in which the granitic rocks that compose it draw a marked division, forming small coves at the same time. Only the furthest from the entrance are nudists.

Its crystal clear waters, its golden sand and the tranquility of an unexploited corner make this beach an ideal place to enjoy your visit on the Costa Brava. But the idyllic and romantic atmosphere that emerges this special cove on the Costa Brava is also due in large part to the environment that surrounds it. The cove is surrounded by a leafy white pine forest of curved formations, very curious, with trunk heading towards the sea.

 

The seabed is shallow in the first meters from the shore and full of rocks, caves and natural caves as we enter the sea. It is an ideal place to spend the day with family practicing water activities such as snorkeling or kayaking.

And, of course, any visitor to Cala Boadella will have to realize that, right above the cove, there is the Renaissance garden of Santa Clotilde, designed in Italian style in 1919 by Nicolau Rubió i Tudurí (designer also of the Palace Gardens) of Pedralbes, in Barcelona). The garden can be seen from the outside, although it is highly recommended to consult the visiting hours to be lost inside.

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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