This east-facing cove with crystal-clear waters is the second largest in the Montgrí Massif, after Cala Montgó at around 150 m in length. The cove is sheltered by the rocks and pine trees surrounding it, as well as the islets facing it. It is located at the end of a large seasonal stream which in wet periods has a flow of clean water and transports rocks and pebbles onto the beach. If you look on the right-hand side of the cove next to the remains of a fishermen’s hut, there is a fresh-water spring which flows between the rocks.
The seabed in the cove is very rich and you can see some of the species that live in the nearby Medes Islands.