Cala Covas 

4.5 (31 ratings)
  • 39° 51' 49" N, 4° 8' 44" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Recommended

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Unavailable
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Unavailable

User reviews (31 ratings)

  • Chris
    Chris ~ 06/06/2021
    Dushi | Sailboat ~ 15.4 m

    Of course it is magnificent this Cala with the caves high up in the rock. Winds can rush in and undermine the rule of 3 times the bottom because it is sometimes narrow. Finding yourself alone at this Cala seems unlikely ....

    Bien sûr qu'elle est magnifique cette Cala avec les grottes en hauteur dans la roche. Des vents peuvent s'engouffrer et mettre à mal la règle des 3 fois le fond parce que c'est parfois étroit. Vous trouver seul.e.s à cette Cala semble improbable....

  • Patrick
    Patrick ~ 07/05/2021
    Genia | Sailboat ~ 14.7 m

    Extraordinary site, especially when you are the only boat there. A few walkers, a duo climbing, a nice piece of Camí de Cavalls path, sun and little wind.

    Site extraordinaire, surtout quand on y est le seul bateau. Quelques promeneurs, un duo faisant de l'escalade, un joli morceau de chemin Camí de Cavalls, du soleil et peu de vent.

  • Kevin
    Kevin ~ 18/10/2020
    GypsyDjango | Sailboat ~ 11.74 m

    I really have no idea how they cram the number of boats in that one sees in some of the photos. We were only three yachts and I didn’t see space for more unless they anchor in the mouth. You need to find the patches of sand between the rocks and weeds to drop and be careful not to go too far into the cove on the west - this is full of dead bodies, ropes floating just under the water, anchor chain and rocks. NW swell wrappers around and cones in, bouncing off the cliffs making it very uncomfortable. Caves and scenery very beautiful and less than 2km walk on paths west to town with choice of grocery stores.

    I really have no idea how they cram the number of boats in that one sees in some of the photos. We were only three yachts and I didn’t see space for more unless they anchor in the mouth. You need to find the patches of sand between the rocks and weeds to drop and be careful not to go too far into the cove on the west - this is full of dead bodies, ropes floating just under the water, anchor chain and rocks. NW swell wrappers around and cones in, bouncing off the cliffs making it very uncomfortable. Caves and scenery very beautiful and less than 2km walk on paths west to town with choice of grocery stores.

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