Its 25 km of coastline combine long beaches of fine sand, being the main beach of del Arenal, where there is a greater number of leisure and restaurant venues, and vertigo cliffs among which we will find beautiful virgin coves such as Cala Granadella or Cala Sardiner that attract thousands of tourists every year.
If you are into naturism, you cannot miss a visit to Cala Ambolo. And if you like beaches in wild environments, you have to go to Cala Portitxol also called Cala Barraca. If you want more information and see photos of these and other beaches such as Playa Muntanyar, we can also visit the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Reserve, a protected natural environment where lovers of underwater sports will find their little paradise.
On the other hand, we also have gastronomy, for lovers of the Mediterranean and seafood diet will enjoy it in any of its many restaurants of all kinds, since it is a coastal town, fish and rice are the authentic protagonists of any dish. In addition to the typical paellas and rice dishes of the area, the visitor will be able to taste an infinity of stews, broths and fish fries, more information here.