We went to cala xarraca after the lady in the moped-hire shop recommended it as a snorkelling destination. There's good parking and road access taking you right to the beach, there's also a restaurant but we didn't eat there. The beach is two little bays, the first with a strip of soft sand and then pebbles at the waterline. There's a lot of seaweed debris, which is what you'd lay your towel down on (very comfy but blows everywhere!). The second little cove is accessed by a walk around the rocks (leftwards as you face the sea) which is not suitable for young kids. The entry to the water is rocky but this little cove is quieter and the water clearer (freer of seaweed debris) so better for snorkelling. Maybe it was bad luck, but we didn't actually see much marine life on our day there, but it was really fun (and SO pretty!) nonetheless.
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