Fornells beach to the south, is a place that with favorable conditions surrounding it and have turned into a pre-eminent place for summering and residence.
In Fornells, the marina and the house that Bonaventura Sabater, known as Xiquet, had built above the port of Ses Orats stand out; called El Paradís and which, according to tradition, was the place where this coast was named, a hundred years ago, with the well-known name of “Costa Brava”.
The circular path serves as a link to reach all the small coves that form the nucleus of Fornells: located to the north, the narrow cove of Estasia, and to the south, the cove of Ses Orats, followed by the cove of ‘in Malaret. These three coves have the shared feature that the sand is not very fine, but you can sunbathe quietly, and the water is very clear, so it is ideal for diving and enjoying the seabed.
A little further away we find the cove of Port d’Esclanyà, wider and formed by stones, both in the beach area and in the water.
Access on foot (roundabout), by car, and in summer by public transport.
• Cala n’Estasia: 25 m long and 25 m wide; walking access; stones
• Cala port de ses Orats: 15 m long and 10 m wide; walking access; fine sand
• Cala d’en Malaret: 17 m long and 15 m wide; walking access; fine sand
• Cala port d’Esclanyà: 85 m long and 15 m wide; walking access; stones
Nearby catering and restaurant services.