Cala del Forn Cove

Miquel Servet, 3, 17251 Calonge, Girona, Spain.

A roman oven was here if we trust the legend because there is not any remains of the history. This rocky cove with its small reed bed formed by the rain water that descends from the cliffs, provides the unique possibility to admire four different environments: the sea, the coastal cliffs, the reed bed and the woods.

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