Sa Caleta is located next to Lloret Beach. It stretches below a castle that enjoys lovely views. Small boats are clustered along the shore. It is a fisherman’s cove with a 5% gradient and coarse sand. It is also a small semi-urbanized and southeast-facing corner that enjoys great popularity among bathers who are looking for something different next to the large beach. To reach the beach of Sa Caleta, we simply have to continue the promenade of Lloret.
Approximately 110 meters long and up to 50 meters wide on average, depending on the extreme, Sa Caleta has traditionally been a refuge for fishermen’s boats that we can still see on its delicate sand. In fact it is the only small port near the center of town, since the true marina is further away, on Canyelles Beach.
The architectural element par excellence of Sa Caleta and, why not say it, of Lloret de Mar in general, is the Castle d’en Plaja (name that comes from the surname of the person who commissioned it), which we find presiding over the beach on your left , always looking at the sea. Built with defense towers and battlements on its top, this castle was actually built in 1940 in a neomedieval style, so it has no historical value. In fact it is a private home and is not open to the public to receive visitors. The seabed of Sa Caleta, sandy and also rocky, delights lovers of scuba diving or simply snorkeling.
Given its proximity to the other beach in the center of Lloret we can consider that Sa Caleta has many services, including a beach bar in summer, showers and litter bins. It is not surprising that at this time it has a high influx, since it is an extremely beautiful natural site, close to the center and easily accessible.
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