Platja de Sant Antoni
Almost a kilometre and a half of beach, which would seem to be several beaches due to the semicircular shapes formed as a result of three breakwaters that run parallel to the sand and which are the identifying features of the Sant Antoni shoreline. They are so characteristic that, in the autumn of 2013, most of the residents who participated in a public debate about their future, were against dismantling them. In addition to these three breakwaters (known as Amistat, Mig and Costa Brava), there are two smaller ones perpendicular to the coast. The beach has a wide range of services and activities in the summer, including the children's club. Sandy, it has a blue flag and the EMAS environmental certification. There is space to anchor boats, which is controlled with buoys.
Highlights: Almost a kilometre and a half of beach which, physically, appears to be three separate beaches
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