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Cala de Enmedio

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Cala de Enmedio

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marina060 wrote a review Oct 2020
Bolnuevo, Spain333 contributions96 helpful votes
We spent a few days in Agua Amarga; a place I have always wanted to visit. What a charming little village and beach. Frequented mostly by Spanish which suited us. This beach is beautiful, very nice sand and sea easily accessible. Loved this place, will return.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Sean M wrote a review Aug 2019
Boston, Massachusetts42 contributions16 helpful votes
It's a 40 minute leisurely hike from the main parking area of Agua Amarga, and worth it. Both times we visited the water was calm and the crowds manageable even on a Sunday. It's possible to take boat tours to/from here as well as hike from the parking at Cala del Plomo.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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stevenenhilde wrote a review Aug 2018
Antwerp, Belgium793 contributions359 helpful votes
We don't like the beaches in the village. To easy to get there and so crowded! We prefer quiet beaches. Cala de Enmedio is a quiet beach you can reach after a walk starting in the Agua Amare village. It's not that easy ... you have to cross a hill on a bad marked trail (look for the blue signs!!!). After 30 - 40 minutes walking you reach this nice place. Sandy beach, clear wather, nice surrounding! You find a mix of clothed and non-clothed people.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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AT. wrote a review Aug 2018
30 contributions3 helpful votes
This beach is very beautiful, however, it is very crowded during the day at this time of year, so suggest getting there very early morning or sunset to fully appreciate it. There are several ways to get there: walk over the cliff above Agua Amarga beach but not good if you get vertigo; walk around the hills by taking a track off left outside of the town (quite a hike) or taking a kayak, about 20 mins (but beware as the beach may be too crowded to pull the kayak in) Take water as no facilities there and please do take all rubbish back home with you. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Sheena S wrote a review Jun 2018
Harrow, United Kingdom81 contributions13 helpful votes
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A good walk to get here and most definitely worth it. Cala Enmedio is a little cove accessible by foot or boat. We took the route from behind Agua Amarga - it’s a good walk but easily manageable with a 10 year old, tho you need to wear trainers/ shoes. The path was not entirely obvious to us and we had to ask passerby’s to ensure we were on the right track. It’s a little steep on the way down but again manageable. The beach is such a great reward....a small sheltered cove, with gentle waves and soft sand and rocks to clamber on at each end. Just remember: Nudity is allowed Take everything you need with you...water, food, sun shelter (you can find shelter at the sides below the hills).
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Date of experience: April 2018
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