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Calo Des Moro

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Calo Des Moro

862 Reviews
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Catherine Jacobson wrote a review Nov 2020
United States2 contributions
Featuring a garden, an outdoor swimming pool and pool views, Sa Comuna is located in Cala s'Almonia.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Liliana Araújo wrote a review Oct 2020
Portugal Cove, Canada3 contributions
Stunning clear blue water and rocks to climb to enjoy the view or jump off to the sea. No sandy beach, the long walk from the car park in the scorching heat and rocky path are the downsides but I suppose any beautiful coast like this will be a similar access to this one.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Nádia Paiva wrote a review Sep 2020
Braga, Portugal7 contributions
It is a really beautiful beach, but it is not very comfortable so I would suggest to just take your camera and goggles to do some snorkeling (very good for that) and then go somewhere else to stay. Also, the rocks are not flat so if you want to sit, bring something thick. The earlier you go, the better since it gets super crowded and after 2pm the sun does not get there anymore.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Robert T wrote a review Sep 2020
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The most beautiful place to enjoy a day! Jumping into the water awsome. But to get there from the parking you need to be aware and ready to walk about 1km.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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nixstix143 wrote a review Jul 2020
United Kingdom96 contributions29 helpful votes
Absolutely gorgeous beach. You will find numerous reviews on how to get there. It does involve a walk, and then a mountainous walk (not very long). The path down is steep and requires some consideration and careful walking, but it is worth it. Watch the tides if you want to lie on the sand. If high tide you will be sitting on rocks which aren't particularly comfortable. It gets busy too. A popular spot, well worth the trouble of getting to. We read a few reviews about it being a nudist spot. Not when we were there.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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