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Lloret de Mar
The beach and La Punta de Fenals, Cala Banys, El Rompent or Sa Caravera are some of the areas which border the walking route which begins at a fork in the road which links Blanes with Lloret de Mar through the Fenals housing estate. The beauty of the landscape of this area focuses mainly on the vegetation and the cliffs with their grey, vertical faces. Unlike the beach at Fenals, Cala Banys is a deep rocky cove where there are many sea urchins and reefs, likewise in the small cove of Sa Caravera. The latter is crowned by the splendid viewpoint of La Dona Marinera.
The Majorca viewpoint, at the end of the Lloret de Mar beach, is the beginning of another circular walking route: one which connects the beach of Sa Caleta with that of the Cala dels Frares, Cala d'en Trons and La Punta dels Cabdells. The rocky sections, half-hidden by vegetation, coarse sand and crystal-clear waters are the main characteristics of this route.
A fork in the road which runs from Lloret to Tossa de Mar connects the path which runs to cala Canyelles with cala Morisca, a small, narrow, rocky but beautiful area, surrounded by high ground rich in vegetation, mainly pines. This point can be accessed by way of a set of steep steps.
Cala Llorell, which is accessed from the main road in the urbanisation of the same name, is where another coastal road starts that takes you to Porto Pi Beach, which you can also reach by boat from Tossa de Mar. The rocky walls of the path, which show you are getting close to the bay, are high and dotted with pine trees and thicket.