The tiny Cala Arandes in L'Ametlla de Mar (Terres de l'Ebre) is a small, naturally created cove with beach space for about ten people. Some guides qualify it as the archetypal cove par excellence, due to its size. With its stony constitution, like the Llobeta and Cementiri coves, it seems to have been created to complement the softness of the rest of the municipality’s fine golden sand beaches.
Although Cala Arandes is only about 10 metres long, it has another attraction: its pure, crystalline waters that, together with the orography of the coast, make it an optimal area for diving and snorkelling.
The easiest, most direct way to reach Cala Arandes is to drive to L’Ametlla de Mar cemetery and park in the public car park next to it.
HOW TO FIND IT
Camí del Cementiri, 8
43860 L’Ametlla de Mar
Coordinates: Latitude: 40.887774 and Longitude: 0.808624
- Type of sand: Rocks
- Width (m): 5 metres
- Length (m): 10 metres
- Access: By car from the N-340 main road and the A-7 motorway. The easiest, most direct way to reach Cala Arandes is to drive to L’Ametlla de Mar cemetery and park in the public car park next to it
- Classification: Couples, Hikers, Snorkeling