Es Dofí

Es Dofí Es Dofí

Описание

Es Dofí is situated at six kilometres from ses Salines, between the beaches of es Dolç and es Carbó. The beach of this cove is characterized by the presence of sand and rocks, as well as other particularities of the southern majorcan coast, the presence of small islands in front of its coast. From es Dofí you can see four small islands, na Guardis (with an important Punic site of the 4th century BC), s'Estopa –between these two cliffs there are reefs and sandbanks-, s'Albarda and s'Illot Petit. The rear belongs to the Àrea Natural d'Especial Interès Cap de ses Salines, and is dominated by a system of dunes and rare flora to fix it, adjacent to the rural finca sa Vall. The impressive cactus garden may be visited on Thursdays. From sa Vall you can reach the palace of the March family, built next to the defence tower of the 14th century.
The best marine and underwater conditions for anchoring a boat are in front of es Dofí and Platja des Carbó. This area has a depth of about three metres at three hectometres from the coast, on a ground of sand and seaweed. The nearest port facilities are located at Port Colònia de Sant Jordi.
The accessibility by car is easy until Colònia de Sant Jordi following the signs. Here you can park for free and start a lovely walk along the coast (beaches of es Port, es Dolç and es Escars) until you reach this beautiful corner.
Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Sant Jordi
General information on the island:
Tourist Information - Mallorca

Дополнительная информация

  • Длина пляжа: 120
  • Ширина пляжа: 26
  • Тип пляжа: Песчанный
  • Доступ: Автомобильный, Пешеходный, Судоходный
  • Уровень посещаемости: Низкий
  • Пользователи: Местные
  • Условия для купания: Спокойные воды
  • Спасательная служба: Нет
  • Лежаки / Зонт: Нет
  • Туалет: Нет
  • Душ: Нет
  • Парковка: Нет
  • Ресторан: Нет
  • Якорная зона: Да
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