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Sandy beach, great sunset, fun-filled shore
The restaurant manager offered me a whole meal for less price as I didn't have enough cash and they don't accept card payments!
Good spot for chilling by yourself!
Apparently this was a sandy beach until a storm in early 2019 washed away all the sand. Who needs sand? If you are looking for a quiet and tranquil view of the med then this is the place to go.
You can park above the...More
This picturesque bay was one of my favorite beaches to go to. The last storm brought in a lot of big stones and boulders so there isn’t much sand to sit and sunbath. It has a very steep climb down to the sea which is...More
My friend and I took a late afternoon stroll down to San Blas as it was somewhere I didn't get chance to visit during my stay in 2015.
Access to the beach area is via a very steep hill, but there's a jeep available (for...More
Such a shame for the business owners in the bay, the sand has all been washed away from a storm in February 19, we walked along the rocks to the furthest point of the bay with flat rock. Was a lovely swim but obviously without...More
Visited Aug 2019 and discovered the ‘beach’ had disappeared. Locals told us a storm ruined it earlier in the year. A mass of rocks now lie where the sand beach was making it treacherous to walk over.
If you are adventurous and happy to deal...More
We found the beach has changed so much and the sandy area is now very small. It was busy on the day we visited by lunchtime so it must be impossible in the summer months. The water was clean and the waves were great fun...More
Access to this beach is by means of a steep downward slope, but it is worth the trip, however bring a few euro with you to pay the guy with the jeep who will bring you back up after spending a wonderful day swimming and...More
We caught the bus to Nadur and walked down to San Blas to watch the Gregalata (a strong wind from the Northeast). The road is incredibly steep, but there are jeeps to take you back up. We didn't know about the jeeps at the time,...More
Response from panelacek | Reviewed this property |
Right above, on very bottom of hill, there are small parking place for one car (jeep) where is sign with prices and some guy, who will pick you up. If you would be lucky, you can take drive also down (on his return drive).