Blanes Beach

Passeig Pau Casals, Blanes, Girona, Spain.

It is located along the Blanes coast and extends between the port and “Sa Palomera”, a unique rock that marks the southern physical beginning of the Costa Brava. On the promontory of Sa Palomera, there is a viewpoint from where you can contemplate a wide perspective of the town and the Tordera river delta that ends 2 km downwards, following S’Abanell beach. Urban surroundings, very thick type of sand, slope of entry to the water, 610 m length and 44 m width.

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