Platja d'Aro’s main beach consists of almost 120,000 square metres of coarse golden sand extending behind the entire length of the town. At its northernmost end stands the symbol of Platja d'Aro, the rock of Cavall Bernat, while at its other end is the marina. The beach is easy to get to by car, on foot or by boat, and there is also plenty of parking space throughout the town. This is a “town beach” where, thanks to its vast extent, you will always find a place to lay your beach towel.
Coves around Platja d'Aro
The coves of Sa Cova, Belladona, El Pi, Es Canyers and Rovira are located close to Platja d’Aro and have course-sandy beaches nestling in the rocks. Some can only be reached on foot or by boat, while others are also accessible by car. They exude a sense of tranquillity and are therefore equally suitable for both families and couples – a place to relax and recuperate. They are also excellent places from which to enjoy the wonderful Mediterranean landscape