Ten kilometers of coastline, have a wide and rich variety of features and attractions.

The ten kilometres of this luminous coast, present a rich and extent variety of geographical features and concrete places of interest, which when observed from the North to the South, are: The rocky collection of 'Archilaga', following the coast along the extensive Plá de Roda, which is dotted with pine trees. If we continue from the rocks, with a backdrop of the powerful Sierra de Irta, we reach an inlet where water from the 'Mañes' and 'Chocolatero' ravines flows into, further on, is the 'malentivet' ravine, where at its entry to the sea is the deep, blue 'cala Blanca' cove, with its small, shielded beach.Again, there are rocky cliffs with inlets, up to Las Fuentes beach, it was given this name due to fresh water springs in the sea, then further on, we find Las Fuentes marina. Following our route, we reach the Cargador beach. The next large beach is La Romana, which is separated by the prominent Martí rocks and white dunes, which is of great natural beauty.

Towards the South, bordered by powerful rocks is the Playa del Moro beach, with 'la roca del moro' (the moors' rock) in front of it, it is a permanent symbol for inhabitants in the area, of a legend of a love which has lasted over the passing of time, and goes back to the XVIII century. "The legend takes us to a young Arabian peasant who farmed land near the sea.

One day, he saw a beautiful damsel walking towards the village. Mesmerized by her beauty, the peasant dared to follow her, but to his surprise he discovered that she lived in a Christian house. In spite of this, and conscious of the great abyss separating them because of their religions, he realized that the damsel was not oblivious to his attentions. After a short time, a beautiful love story grew between them, and the most faithful witness to this, being a small headland which goes deep into the water. Over the passing of time, this Arabian peasant continued to sit daily on the rock, with his gaze lost to the horizon, remembering his love."

Following the coastline, we reach the cliffs, characterized by landslides and small coves with tiny beaches, until we reach the 'Casa Gran' area of pine trees, this opens out on to Estany beach, which is also known as Tropicana. Finally, follows the narrow beach of Cap i Corb, bordered by a stretch of gravel, which goes up to the estuary of the river Cuevas in the form of a stony delta.