Not easily accessible, Lloret de Mar Sa Boadella Cove is normally quieter and more suitable for those fleeing the noise and for those seeking peace and quiet. In principle, as in high season, the crowds flock here too. To get here, leave the car on the road that leads to the Santa Cristina hermit and cross a 200 meters-long dirt road going down to the beach through a pine wood.
The idyllic atmosphere of this bay is due to the surrounding environment. Calm, protected by white pine woods and surrounded by cliffs, Sa Boadella still has the stigma of a virgin cove, it is only 1 km away from the busiest beaches of Lloret de Mar and in one of the most lush gardens of Costa Brava: the garden of Santa Clotilde.
Located between the Santa Cristina Bay and Punta d'en Sureda, it is a long and narrow cove where the granite rocks divide the beach into two coves.
As indicated on the welcome sign: the beach is of "naturist tradition." it's not obvious on entering, but you must actually go to the cove on the right to check. Naturists sometimes complain about the number of peeping toms.
Boadella Cove is a place with all modern amenities: shower and toilet facilities, bar-restaurant, security, access for people with reduced mobility etc. And is classed as a "Blue Flag" resort.
Surrounded by cliffs and pines, Boadella Cove offers a beautiful natural setting.
A rocky outcrop divides the beach into two creeks.
The entrance to the cove provides a panoramic view. In terms of access, there is a bar-restaurant at the foot of the cliff.
The naturist beach is to the right.