How to get
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'Agulla, a rock that rises at one of its ends.
It is completely made up of rocks and stones. Therefore, it is not a very appropriate place to lay out a towel and enjoy a day in the sun; however, it is a magnificent place for snorkelling. It is highly recommended to complement the visit to the cove with a walk around the Pinya de Rosa Botanical Garden.
Additional Info: Access to the cove must be via the Santa Cristina path, right next to the entrance to the Pinya de Rosa Botanical Garden. It is possible that Google Maps or other route markers may indicate a wrong path that crosses a private estate.