How to get
Following Platja Gran de Lloret de Mar in direction to Plaja Castel, we find a little cove of fishermen where a lot of fishing boats accumulate there during the summer.
Where the Lloret de Mar promenade ends we find Sa Caleta, the beginning of the coastal road direction Tossa de Mar, that will take us through different coves like Cala d'En Trons, Cala Canyelles, Cala Morisca, etc.
It is protected by Plaja Castel, that is built in a privileged enclavement above the cliffs that surrounds the cove. Its sand, as all the beaches in Costa Brava area, is golden and gross.
Is a very crowded cove, and only 100 metres long by 10 wide, they have to share the space between bathers, beach umbrellas and boats. The sea bottom is low deep but with a great visual attraction. That's ideal for scuba diving schools to practise scuba diving baptisms.
It has public toiletes, showers and an ice cream small house. Its access is easy on foot and there is a municipal parking in a few metres.