Or a small bay near the resort of Binibequer
Biniparratx Bay is a bay surrounded by rocks with caves. There is a small, quiet beach here. Due to the length of the bay, the water here is completely calm. The beach is about 20 meters long, so its capacity is very limited.
Road to the beach
The beach can be reached from the small parking lot by a footpath that leads through low bushes. Since there are no facilities near the beach, it is not advisable to look into the bowels of the local bushes. The path to the beach is only about 300 meters long, but the descent is stony in places. So it is not advisable to visit it after dark.
The beach is surrounded by high rocks. Prehistoric hypogea (i.e. burial chambers) are excavated in the rocks.
Due to the small capacity of the beach, it is very crowded during the day, as people from the resort of Binibequer also come here.
Entering the water
The beach is sandy. Entry into the water is gradual. The water is calm and without waves.
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