Sol Den Serra

This is an amazing cove with bright blue waters but unfortunately the beach is made up of pebbles, so not particularly comfortable unless you take your own beach chair! Sometimes referred to as Pebble Beach, for obvious reasons, water access is quite tricky so be sure to take a pair of sandals to wear in to the sea. The beach can be accessed by a small path running alongside the restaurant. If you are looking for privacy then this is the beach for you, although it is overlooked by a stunning restaurant.If you like exploring, then be sure to make your way up to the very top of the mountain to the left of the beach, where there are some Phoenician ruins.

Beach Statistics

  • 350m long
  • Varies from 4 to 10m wide to sea.
  • Pebbles (and an awful lot of them at that!)
  • Beach faces South


  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Exploring
  • Photography


There are no amenities at the beach.

At the restaurant:

  • Sun beds
  • Sun bed table service
  • Massage
  • Showers
  • Bar
  • Parking


  • None

Nearest Town or Village

  • Cala Llonga

Restaurant/ Beach Bars