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Beaches and coves - Blanes
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Beaches and coves - Blanes

What to Visit - Blanes

The Costa Brava coastline is made up of an incredible mosaic of beaches and coves suitable for all tastes, most of which have been awarded quality certificates accrediting excellence in their maintenance and services. They range from small, practically unspoilt coves that are difficult to access, to extensive urban family beaches equipped with all kinds of services.

If you are looking for a peaceful place to relax, the best option is a small cove. The Costa Brava has a large number of coves located outside built-up areas, which can be reached by following hiking trails or coastal paths. These areas are recommended mainly for nature and physical activity lovers.

On the other hand, if you want to enjoy a great day out with the whole family, with the kids having a great time and savouring the Costa Brava gastronomy, the coastline offers a wide range of urban beaches, which are very extensive and perfectly adapted to receive visitors. These beaches are equipped with a wide range of services, from toilets and showers to restaurants with all kinds of gastronomic offerings.

In addition, if you are a sports lover, some of the large urban beaches have spaces set up for sports such as volleyball. You can also find facilities and companies specialised in providing services for fans of scuba diving, kayak, paddle surf and many other water sports.

Naturists also have their place on the Costa Brava. From Blanes to the French border, the entire coastline has beaches and coves specifically dedicated to the practice of nudism or, in some cases, beaches with nudist areas.

Among this wide range of options, you are sure to find beaches and coves that you will fall in love with and that you won't want to miss!

Sa Forcanera cove Blanes


The small cove of Sa Forcanera is located in an idyllic natural space, between cliffs and crystalline waters. It is located behind the convent of...

S'Agulla cove Blanes


The tiny cove of Cala s'Agulla in Blanes is the result of erosion caused by the effect of water and wind. The cove owes its name to the Punta de...

S'Abanell beach Blanes


S'Abanell beach is the longest and busiest beach in Blanes. It is approximately 2.3 km long, starting at the point of Sa Palomera and reaching the...

Santa Anna beach Blanes


Just behind the port of Blanes and near the Marimurtra Botanical Garden is the Santa Anna beach, also known as Els Capellans beach.

It is a small...

Treumal cove Blanes


Located on the boundary separating Lloret de Mar and Blanes, Cala Treumal stands out for its natural surroundings and for being somewhat distant...

Blanes beach Blanes


The Blanes beach is the best known and most frequented one in the municipality. It stretches for 625 metres between the point of Sa Palomera and...

Sant Francesc cove Blanes


Just 2 km from the centre of Blanes, we find the small and cosy Sant Francesc cove, also known as Bona cove, which can be easily reached by car or...