Located in the heart of the Cap de Creus Natural Park, this is a cove found at the end of a long inlet. This gives it a special character, attracting the many boats from both Port de la Selva and Cadaqués which anchor here. Getting there by sea is one of the recommended options, as access by car is rather more difficult. The other option is to get there on foot. This means a hike of a few hours, following the GR-11 footpath, marked by signs to Taballera and Sant Baldiri. The excursion into the natural park and its strange rock formations is worth it, but is quite long. In the area of the beach, which is about 135 metres long and combines coarse sand and gravel, there are still some old fishermen's huts.
Highlights: Arriving by sea is recommended or by a couple of hours hiking along the GR-11 footpath
Distance to the nearest population centre