My husband, myself and our 20 month old son visited Cala Turqueta as we’d heard such good things about this beach. The beach itself is very lovely. It’s a sweet little cove with very clear waters. There were a few yachts anchored out to sea and I couldn’t help wishing I was that side looking back. We arrived around 10:30. The beach itself it a very popular one and finding an inch of sand was tricky. I think you have to get there very early to get a decent space, but then be prepared for people to pitch up all around you.
If you come in by car as we did, the closest car park to the beach is about a 10-15 min walk away. We weren’t lucky enough to get to that car park as it was full, so we were in the next one back, which was about a 20 min walk. It is a very hot and quite unshaded walk down to the beach. We were grateful for the fact we decided not to take the buggy as the push back up the hill would have been hard work.
Take plenty of water as there is only one ‘pit stop’ along the way!
If you’re going to spend the day there it is worth it, take plenty of provisions! If you are child free, it might be a completely different experience, but I think if I went back I would do a boat trip and visit these lovely coves from sea, rather than land.
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