Remarquable mouillage avec l'hôtel perché au dessus.
Très fréquenté pendant l'été, je n'ai pas pu jeter mon ancre en août 2013, je suis allé à Sa Tuna, un peu plus haut, où il y avait aussi beaucoup de bateaux.
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Cala de TamariuThis bay is lined with a nice beach (nude beach) with two smaller creeks that are open to both sides.
South, Cala Marquesa, with a small pier, and north, Aiguadolça, prepared with a rock as a platform for swimmers.
There is also an exit point for those who love diving ...
Cabo BegurBegur (or Bagur) cape is 4 NM NNE San Sebastian cape. It consists of steep cliffs forming coves known as that of Sa Tuna.
It is marked by a lighthouse.
The dive site is located N of the Cape.
Cala PedrosaAnchorage by good weather, during the day.
The cove is open to winds from E to S.Beware entering the cove, at E, shoals Sa Galera covered with 0,9 m of water.Anchor by 5 to 10 m.
Cala de LlafrancLocated between Punta d'en Planch and Cabo San Sebastian, the small Llafranc cove is bordered by a beautiful sandy beach and offers on its E side the Llafranc yacht club.
Cala Sa Tuna (Begur)Between Del Palom point and de La Sal point, this beautiful Cala Sa Tuna, 16 to 18 m depth, houses a fihing village.Sheltered from E and S wind, we can anchor by 16 m.