Cala Conta has fabulous views of the islands dotted around the coastline here and beautiful turquoise waters, making it one of the best beaches on the island.There are two stretches of sand, one back by a rocky coastline, the other by sand dunes. A third, small cove, used by naturists, is at the far end. The shallow water is safe for children, whilst the more experienced swimmers can aim for the island offshore.The views from the beach in summer take in the amazing sunsets.Getting there: Reached by car ( takes about 15 minutes from San Agustin ), bus or ferry in the summer months.
A large curve of fine white sand from which there are fabulous views of the well known promontory of Cap Nono and San Antonio.
The rocky promontories on either side of the sand are ideal for fishing or jumping off into the crystal clear water.
Shady pine forests run along the back of the beach offering a shady respite from the heat.
The sea here slopes gently over smooth sand and is ideal for messing about in the water. It’s a very popular family beach in the summer months. Getting there: Cala Bassa is reachable by car (10 mins from San Agustin) or take the ferry or the bus from San Antonio.
A unique, reassonably sheltered beach with a very secluded bay offering stunning views towards the small island Es Vedrá and
tranquility in a beautiful natural evironment. Only reachable by car which takes about 20 minutes from San Augustin.
As a bonus there are a couple of excellent restaurants serving fresh seafood and other local dishes and you can get good
waves there too if the wind is in the right direction.
You can have a peaceful round of golf here enjoying the pleasant temperatures.
The club has one very difficult 18 hole course and another 9 hole course more for beginners.
From San Agustin , it only takes 20 minutes by car.