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Llevant beach

Photographer: diluvi.com / Anna i Adria

Photographer: diluvi.com / Anna i Adria


The Platja de Llevant is an unspoilt beach 1540 metres long and with an average width of 90 metres, which in summer has a high occupancy degree. Specially in the area known as Racó de Ses Ampolles. It has lots of headlands and rocky cliffs, fine-grained white sand, a system of dunes with vegetation that continue toward the interior reaching the Illetes beach. It has crystal clear water as well as a sandy ground with seaweeds and some rocky areas. When the wind blows from the east, can raise such a high waves, that bathing may become dangerous. The accessibility by a car is easy following the road signs. This beach can also be reached on food from Es Pujols.

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