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Piscinas Naturales El Caleton

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Piscinas Naturales El Caleton

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Kaylee wrote a review Oct 2020
Paris, France139 contributions27 helpful votes
Went in October still during covid but reservations are not needed anymore, tape has also been removed. Very nice natural pools, nicest we could find on the island and the village is charming.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Martin J wrote a review Aug 2020
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pre-amble- We went during COVID, and so places were marked out for sunbathing with tape and we had to pre-book on an app. A lady in a local shop told us that the app was a new thing- will it stay post-COVID?? No idea! The app also gave you a restricted time of 2hrs with a QR code that was checked on the door- get there a little early if you can. This is a really great place to go for "family-splash" swimming, although it is deep water, so you have to be comfortable out of your depth. I can well imagine this the water will get cold and rough- it really crashes into the rocks on a calm day. Situated right in the middle of the town on the main road, there is parking (but not loads) nearby an also a regular public swimming baths if you want to do lengths or more formal swimming. These are sea-fed ocean pools that come with crabs, sea weed and anything else the ocean washes up, although we found the water to be very clean. There are kind-of 2 sections, the main long pool and the terrace which has access to the ocean itself. Photos of both are included. I do think the open ocean bit would need you to be quite a good swimmer, it was rough and deep on what was otherwise a lovely hot day. We took reef shoes, which are very useful in very hot or on stony beaches- and they were very useful here, many people were using them. There are also some good diving places ranging from 1 metre to about 3 metres high, just take a lead from the locals where to go and wait your turn! There are steps into the water for those (like me) who don't like diving and you can cling onto the rocks in various places too. There are loos that are easily big enough to get changed in and general info about water temp and weather conditions, which is useful. The whole thing, which is free and council-run, does have a slight cheek-by-jowel feel to it, and the paved terraces (some of which are covered) are very hard and not good to lie on, and get very hot. Be prepared (in normal times) to be very close to other people and not have much room to yourself- but that's not why you are here! It is life-guarded, which is good, and you will have to be courteous to other bathers!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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traveller_EZ wrote a review Feb 2020
San Jose350 contributions63 helpful votes
Even though the water might be too cold to enter, it's very nice to just walk around in and take a stroll and enjoy the view and the ocean breeze. The area is very enjoyable and well designed and there is a large free parking lot, which is always an advantage.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Elderly Traveller wrote a review Jan 2020
Bournemouth, United Kingdom1,251 contributions289 helpful votes
These pools are extraordinary and well worth seeing. In winter the sea is very rough and some of the paths constructed round are closed. But still well worth exploring. It helps to read first how they were formed after the eruption in the 18th century. Unmissable.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Orrcubby wrote a review Nov 2019
Crieff, United Kingdom7 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a must visit, but beware it is not always open, due to rough seas, the ice cream shop opposite the car-park is fantastic
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Date of experience: October 2019
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