Situated in the surroundings of S’Agaró, near to some large houses of great architectural interest, Sa Conca Beach is particularly attractive. With two very different sections, separated by the rocky islet of Sa Conca, this beach is 394 metres long and 42 metres wide. Once in the water, the two sections of the beach are noticeably different, with one having a sandy seabed, the other with numerous rocks which make it also very attractive for diving. As with most beaches of Platja d’Aro, it is of coarse sand and with a steep slope once you are in the water. With numerous facilities, you can access it both by car and on foot, via a pleasant stroll along the coastal path. It has a blue flag and a few metres away from here is also the Port d’Aro marina. It has been awarded a blue flag.
Highlights: With two very different sections, separated by the rocky islet of Sa Conca, it is 394 metres long
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bathing assistance service for the disabled