Category: hidden coves
Cala Marçal is a supercool place for DWS in Mallorca. You’ll find easy routes and more challenging ones (mostly 6a to 7a). The routes are easily accessible. There are two easy downclimbs, from there you can traverse to the routes.
Only about a 20 minutes’ walk from the famous psicobloc in Tossa de Mar is another great spot for deep water soloing. Unlike the well-known psicobloc between Cala Bona and Cala Pola, this one doesn’t see many visitors. The place is absolutely amazing. There are
This deep water soloing spot is the perfect place to have some fun on a superhot summerday. Compared to the psicobloc in Tossa de Mar this place has more variety, more routes, and easier grades (mostly 5 to 6b+ with a height of 8 –
If you fancy pure climbing with no rope, just you, your shoes and chalk, this is your place! If you fall, you fall into the water. This absolutely gorgeous place is located near Tossa de Mar between Cala Bona and Cala Pola. Apart from climbing
On the Costa Brava there is nothing more spectacular for nature lovers than the coastal footpaths: on one side, the forest, pine trees, cliffs, coves, and sand beaches; on the other side, the clear turquoise water of the Mediterranean sea. A very special one among these ‘Camí
On my last year’s summer vacation I found some very idyllic beaches on Costa Dorada (Tarragona). 1) Playa del Torn (Catalunya’s first naturist beach) Playa del Torn is a long golden sandy nudist beach that joins the sea with a hilly natural park. The beach