In the heart of Cape Creus, after Cala Montjoi (one of the last creek accessible by a paved road), Cala Calitjas offers a more preserved setting. It is a creek of pebbles without any equipment with a pleasant environment. It is mainly frequented by naturists. At 400 meters as the crow flies, we have Cala Pelosa with a small restaurant.
To get there, follow our signs for Cala Montjoi then take the track that goes behind the camp for 1,6 kilometers. We park directly at the edge of the track, a sign indicates the beach. The path is not very well landscaped but easily passable.
A few hundred meters from Cala Montjoi, Cala Calitjas is smaller and wilder.
It is a creek only made of pebbles and mainly frequented by naturists.
A quite large creek and so attendance is always quite low…
…because the access is done only by a track (good state but very dusty).