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Santa Ponsa

BEACHES

Discover the best beaches and coves close to Santa Ponsa

A few minutes away from Santa Ponsa you can find endless white sand beaches or small, secluded and solitary coves. Activities for children and adults, with restaurants and leisure areas, or quiet zones to get lost on virgin and deserted beaches.

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  • Santa Ponsa beach

    A 600m stretch of white sand beach. It is a gathering point for locals and tourists alike and offers amenities such as showers, restaurants, car park, pathways for wheelchairs etc.

  • Es Caló d’en Pellicer

    This is a small cove of fine white sand and crystal waters, lying between the Playa de Santa Ponsa and the district’s water sports club.

  • Cala Blanca

    This cove is also known as Es Castellot. It is located in the residential area of Costa de la Calma. It owes its name Castellot to its proximity to an eighteenth century watchtower.

  • Ses Pedreretes

    Located in Santa Ponsa, it is easier to reach by sea than by land as the steps leading to the cove are in a poor state of repair. This means that those who decide to make the effort enjoy maximum peace and quiet.

  • Ses Penyes Rotges

    Just 150 metres long, this is a small, quiet cove of stones and rocks located in the residential area of Playa del Toro.

  • Playa del Toro

    As its name suggests, the Playa del Toro is located in the residential area of El Toro, very close to Santa Ponsa. It is a sandy beach boasting all manner of amenities, making it very popular with tourists.

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