Cala Domestica Beach
Cala Domestica beach is a bay set between limestones cliffs covered with Mediterranean scrub and characterised by fine sand mixed with gravel and scattered rocks. Behind the beach there are sand dunes and the ruins of warehouses belonging to nearby mines. The sea has a shallow depth and a beautiful blue colour that can be appreciated especially on calm days.
In the same bay there is another little gem: La Caletta, which can be reached through a tunnel that was dug into the rock by miners. On the top of the promontory there is an 18th-century Savoy tower that was built as a watchtower for pirates and also used during the World War II. You can reach it with a hike of about 15 minutes to enjoy a breath taking sunset (trainers are recommended).
Useful Information and Services
The car park is subject to a parking fee. There is a refreshment point directly on the beach where you can also rent sun umbrellas and sunbeds. The beach is very busy in July and August.