We were advised by local guy to th hiking to Cala Goloritze and it was really good choice! Though all guides said you need some 1,5 h down and 2 hours back, we did both ways in 1 hour each going quite fast and wearing nothing but just sandals. But I wopuld not do it in flip-flops. The path is covered with crushed rocks which makes it more difficult to walk on, but going up was not as bad as it seemed when we headed to the beach. The only dissapointment was that the sun was hiding by the cliffs as we got there in afternoon. If I would be there in a summer, I would take my sleeping bag and a bottle of wine and do wild camping on the flat rocks enjoying an empty beach in a hot summer night :) We were there on the end of October and water was still good enough to swim, but lack of sun made our stay on the beach quite short. Where is a parking place for the cars (we did not have to pay if not staying owernight), you can put a tent there and do camping too. There is also a cafe. And be ready to meet goats and funny little wild pigs while you walk and enjoy the view and huge old Meditareeninan oak trees where you can rest in the sahede if tired from walking. On the path there were several nice places for a stop as well as dining tables + fireplace when you get very close to the beach. Enjoy it!
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