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San Pol Beach

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San Pol Beach

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Plaja San Pol, 17220 S'Agaro Spain
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David R wrote a review Jul 2019
Bramhall, United Kingdom112 contributions40 helpful votes
The beach at San Pol is excellent and very safe for children as the tide is gentle and does not suddenly dip away as it does at La Conca. Lifeguards on patrol and can hire umbrellas and sunbeds although expensive at 7 Euros each for the day. Plenty of good restaurants just across the road.from the beach. and have always enjoyed my time at San Pol over the past 30 years. Can be crowded during peak seasonso why not visit June & Sept time.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Anna wrote a review May 2019
134 contributions17 helpful votes
Out of season it is wonderful - not crowded and really pretty bay with sandy beach and a small row of restaurants right on the front. In summer the beach does get very busy and if you want to eat there you need to get there very early to get a seat! Restaurant prices have higher prices than inland areas and they vary with quality - pick the one the locals are eating in ! You can also just have a coffee or a drink in some of them and people watch or just enjoy the view !
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Laradoo wrote a review Apr 2019
Poole, United Kingdom14 contributions4 helpful votes
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Spent five nights here in September with my husband. Lovely calm water that was surprising still warm for September. Enjoyed five days of sun beds and SUP boarding, with plenty of places to eat and drink. Stayed at the S’Agaro Hotel last year, returning to sat at San Pol Beach hotel this year. Probably best for couples to visit out of season as I am told beach is very crowded during summer months with locals. September was perfect during the week, but noticeably busier at weekends. Be aware that limited English is spoken in restaurants, so be prepared to use google translator! Adds to the cultural experience in my opinion :-)
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Veteran_traveller041 wrote a review Jan 2019
Northeast England173 contributions91 helpful votes
The beach was very quiet in September and was immaculately clean and peaceful. There are several restaurants on the sea front but most closed quite early 17:00- 19:00 with only a few staying open until 21:30
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Caledonianne wrote a review Dec 2018
Banbury, United Kingdom403 contributions78 helpful votes
This immaculately-maintained beach is backed by a sedate, decked promenade which is lined by a selection of agreeable eateries, and some modernist villas of the belle epoque. The lovely ( and exclusive) Hostal de La Having sits serenely at its northern end, where you can also join a lovely section of the Camp De Ronda coastal path. Just the thing for a low-key, select resort.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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