Do not be put off by the winding road you have to take to get there because this remote little beach of Sa Tuna is worth it. The whitewashed houses, with splashes of colour from their doors and shutters, the beached boats, terraces ... all conducive to having a good time. It is a gravel beach, about 80 metres long and 25 m wide. The coastal path invites you to explore the rocky coast of the surrounding area, especially in order to reach the next beach, S’Eixugador, which is only accessible either from here or by boat. The walk is worth the trouble and the landscape is truly spectacular. Sa Tuna has paid parking nearby. In summer, free parking is hard to find.
Highlights: The whitewashed cottages, with splashes of colour on the doors and shutters, the beached boats, terraces ... all conducive to having a good time
Access ramp to the beach