The Sa Tuna beach is a cove of crystal clear waters protected by the tip of the Plom and the Sa Sal Cape.
The Sa Tuna beach is a cove of crystal clear waters protected by the tip of the Plom and the Sa Sal Cape. There used to be a the small fishing village next to the beach whose houses have been converted into apartments.
It is eighty metres long and is composed of dark coarse sand mixed with small stones. It has showers, and there are some bars and restaurants on the beach. It is very sheltered from waves and the entry slope into the sea is hardly pronounced, making it suitable for children. There are usually fishing boats stranded on the sand in summer and many anchored yachts.
From the right side of the cove a trail leaves that goes down the coast to reach the Regana, where you can find the island of the Point of Plom. All this part of the coast is ideal for diving, especially at the bend known as the S´Eixugador Cove. To the left, a coastal footpath leads to the Aiguafreda Cove, also much appreciated by divers, and to the cape of Sa Sal.