Sa Caleta beach is located just where the Paseo de Lloret de Mar ends, following Lloret beach in the direction of Castell d’en Plaja, the beginning of the Camí de Ronda towards Tossa, which will take us through different coves and corners.
Access: On foot / By car / By boat
Length: 110 meters
Width: 10 meters
Signalized accesses: Yes
Rescue signals: yes
Access adapted for the disabled: No
Public telephones: no
Rental of parasols: No
Diving areas: No
With about 110 meters in length and up to 50 meters in width on average, Sa Caleta has traditionally been a refuge for fishing boats that we can still see today on its sand. Its sand, like all of the beaches in this area of the Costa Brava, is golden and thick.
It is protected by the Castle of En Plaja, which rises in a privileged enclave above the cliffs that surround the cove. In fact it is a private home and it is not open to the public to receive visits.
It is a fairly tight cove, they must be shared between ballists, parasols and boats. The seabed is shallow but with great visual appeal.
Although it is a busy cove, it is much quieter and more familiar than the Lloret beach.
We have to make ourselves aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will be a time when many things we do, we can not do them. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the sites that I show you, as if it were your home, ‘since that is how it is!