Fronells Creek

Fronells Creek

This is a beautiful small bay of coarse sand, which can get crowded. It’s a really lustrous Spanish beach. It is approximately 80 metres long and 4 metres wide. Some terraces on the rocks have been built to enlarge the area for sunbathing. All visitors can enjoy fantastic panoramic views encompassing the beaches of Paguera and Santa Ponsa. The directions from Peguera are signposted. Holiday homes, residential homes, and restaurants surround this beautiful beach, occupying the seafront.
Highlights: The marine and underwater conditions of this creek are suitable for anchoring boats, but we recommend the rider to shift gear in Caló de ses Llises, as it’s more sheltered. Its bottom is made of sand and rock, and its depth is between four and six metres. The late Count of Barcelona, Juan de Borbon, used to anchor his boat Giralda in Cala Fornells. 2.5 nautical miles away is the Nautic Club of Santa Ponsa.
Access by car is really easy: you just have to follow the signs. You can park a private car for free in a place nearby. You can also opt for public transport, as bus stops are really close to the beach.

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