|Caló de S'Alga
The beach of Calo S'Algar, also known as S'Algar Raco, has about a hundred meters long by twenty wide. Algae are abundant in the underwater landscape. On the right side, we find a breakwater marking the end of the swimming area. Behind it rises the coast a bit, but not too much, resulting in bizarre rock formations. This coupled with the seabed, making it very suitable for snorkeling.
The opposite side of the beach is topped in a somewhat curious. The concrete has created a real spring in which board and even a small boat dock. Distorts a little "Caló S'Algar" but can be very useful for those who do not like sand.
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