Piteras Cove

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This small semi-urban cove, also known as Rocío of the Sea, is 123 metres long and 15 metres wide. It is formed by rocks and typical Mediterranean flora. To the north of it is Ferris Cove and to the south is Punta Prima Beach. In 2019 it was awarded the Blue Flag.

Img 0 Panoramic view of the cove with crystal clear waters.

This cove is perfect to disconnect for its beautiful views and the sound of the sea. It has a medium level of occupation. When we visit it we will find clean and calm waters, vegetation behind the cove and, makes this a beautiful landscape.

Its sand is golden with some rocks interspersed once we enter the sea. It is perfect for snorkelling and enjoying one of the most important posidonia meadows.

Img 1 Detail of the cove, with posidonia accumulations indicating the quality of its waters.

It offers different facilities to its visitors: disabled access, public toilets, footbaths, surveillance, litter bins, danger signs and flags.

Next to the beach there is a complete promenade, partly made of wood, offering a nice decoration to the surroundings. Next to the promenade you will find mostly hotels and also some restaurants such as the Sunrise Beach and the Nautilius Restaurant.

Img 3 Nautilus Restaurant near the cove.

This cove has short routes, through which we can access other coves and beaches. Ferris Cove is a 10-minute walk away, we can have fun along this route and enjoy the wonderful views.

It has a parking, not guarded, with less than 50 parking spaces. We can also get there by bus, taking the E line.

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