Cala d'en Serra
The cove is formed by an inlet that penetrates the ground surrounded by steep and ends gently on a small plateau.
The beach is small, about fifty meters wide and thirty long, in alternating areas of coarse sand and pebbles, typical of a very mild currents. Once deep in the water will find that the area is quite rocky, with a proliferating marine vegetation, interspersed with some sandbanks. Under these conditions the seabed becomes spectacular, with a recommended area for those initiated into the snorkel.
The conditions for swimming are also quite good, as the gap does not cover several meters.
The wind blows from the sea, but always does so with low intensity due to the steep configuration of the cove.

San Joan
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