PUNTA PRIMA: A large beach with fine sand offering sun beds, parasols, pedals and Red Cross. Two beach bars/restaurants are located just behind the beach. The sea can be dangerous here due to strong off shore currents and rocks hidden under the waves.
CALA BINIBECA: This particularly picturesque beach has fine white sand and clear water, protected by a stony projection on the east side of the beach. It offers sun beds, parasols and a very attractive beach bar built out into the sea. The tourist complex of Binibeca Vell is nearby as well as the area of Calo d’en Fust where the “ Fisherman’s Village” with its unique architecture can be found.
To the west of Binibeca is Cala Torret is a pedestrian village with several restaurants, supermarket, car hire and launderette. On the edge of Cala Torret there is a small harbour with a jetty and a hoist for launching small boats. This is home to Binibeca Diving. The area is also very good for swimming and snorkeling with the jetty and steps making access to the water easy.
All along the rocky coastline from Cala Torret down to Binibeca Vell are sheltered coves usually with foot paths and steps leading down to swimming platforms. From these the snorkeling and swimming is fantastic.
BINANCOLLA: This is a cove surrounding a small urbanisation. There is a restaurant overlooking.
BINISAFULLER: At the end of this narrow inlet where the sea is approx 200 metres deep, there is a small sandy beach.
BINIDALI: A small rocky inlet.
BINIPARRATX: This is an inlet with a small sandy beach
ES CANUTELLS: A small set of steps leads down to this small beach with grey sand. Well protected, there are sunloungers, parasols and pedalos.