Playa de Tramontana - Playa  

4.6 (14 ratings)
  • 38° 40' 48" N, 1° 30' 55" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (14 ratings)

  • Patrick
    Patrick ~ 22/05/2021
    Genia | Sailboat ~ 14.7 m

    Beautiful sandy beach, turquoise water, bar-restaurant with a beautiful view in the small village. Too bad we had to leave early in the morning because the wind had turned to the North-East.

    Belle plage de sable, eau turquoise, bar-restaurant avec une belle vue dans le petit village. Dommage que nous ayons dû partir dès le matin car le vent avait tourné au Nord-Est.

  • Alan
    Alan ~ 25/09/2020
    Shoebox | Motorboat ~ 11.95 m

    Slight rolling but a much calmer area than further north with less boat traffic. Dinghy dock was small but protected and there is a nice restaurant and small grocery store within 100m of the dock.

    Slight rolling but a much calmer area than further north with less boat traffic. Dinghy dock was small but protected and there is a nice restaurant and small grocery store within 100m of the dock.

  • Sebas
    Sebas ~ 19/08/2020
    Sv Antaviana | Sailboat ~ 14.45 m

    There are places that are engraved on your retina and do not need a filter. The small town of Es Caló de San Agustín is one of them. A quiet anchorage, with a good sandy bottom where you can drop anchor quietly and turquoise waters that seem to have the boat in a pool. On the beach there is a small dock to be able to leave the dinghy and make supplies to continue the journey and leave the garbage generated on board, that is, after a walk of about 300 meters from the dock to the outskirts of the town towards the north. Few boats despite being in high season and ideal to relax without too many day charters wanting to party

    Hay parajes que se te graban en la retina y no necesitan filtro. El pequeño pueblo de Es Caló de San Agustín es uno de ellos. Un fondeadero tranquilo, con un buen fondo de arena donde echar el ancla tranquilo y unas aguas turquesas que parece que tienes el barco en una piscina. En la playa un pequeño muelle para poder dejar el dinghy y hacerte de provisiones para continuar la travesia y dejar las basuras generadas a bordo, eso si, tras un paseo de unos 300 metros desde el muelle hacia las afueras del pueblo dirección norte. Pocas embarcaciones a pesar de estar en temporada alta e ideal para relajarse sin demasiados charters de día con ganas de fiesta

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