Semi-urban beach:
Cala Tirant

This beach is 570 metres long and 90 metres wide.

It‘s a medium-grade sandy beach; the eastern end of the beach has the outlet from the Lluriac ponds.

You may find some seaweed there. It's called "Posidonia" and left in place for most of the year, outside the main tourist times, to assist in the beach regeneration.

Walking from Cala Tirant to Binimel-là

If you wish to walk to Binimel-là (11 km) you'll go through a section that hugs the coastline past marshes, beaches and fields.
The trail is easier up to Santa Teresa, but quite demanding afterwards.

This area is protected because of its abundance of birdlife and vegetation.

You may be lucky to spot a white stork, a squacco heron or a black kite.

Getting there

Cala Tirant is the closest beach to Fornells.

It lies halfway between that town and Cap de Cavallería.

You may go up to the sand with your car.

So you either access this beach via Fornells or by a rural turning starting at the road to Cavallería.

The beach is equipped with bars, umbrellas, two restaurants and paddle boats.

By bike:

From Es Mercadal to Cala Tirant


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