Cala Sa Boadella

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Photo of Cala Sa Boadella in Lloret de Mar

Traditionally this was a nudist beach although, with the passing of years, its use by other visitors has increased. It is noted for its tranquillity and still retains many unspoilt areas. Of coarse sand, it has the minimum services necessary, including a beach bar. Cars can’t reach as far as the beach. For this reason, you’ll have to leave your car on the road that leads to the chapel of Santa Cristina, then walk along a dirt road for just over 200 metres. With rocky areas that link the sand and the sea at various points, the beach of Sa Boadella is about 250 metres long and about 40 metres at its widest point. It has been awarded a blue flag.

Highlights: It is a traditionally a nudist beach although, with the passing of the years, use by others has increased

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Cala Sa Boadella
Cove
Lloret Turisme
17310 Lloret de Mar (La Selva)

Fax: 972 367 750

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Sand type

Coarse sand

Width (m)

40

Length (m)

250

Access

Car
On foot

Classification

Couples
Nudist

Setting

Residential

Occupancy

Moderate

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