Platja de l'Amerador

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Semi-natural cove of stones of 800 m long and 20 m wide, Amerador Beach is a semi-natural shingle beach with peaceful waters.

The name “Amerador” stems from local farmers’ bygone practice of using this beach to soak (amerar) the esparto grass that they collected from nearby hillsides such as Xixí, Ballestera and Les Puntes de Gosàlvez in order to make farming and household implements, and even shoes.

Getting There:

By Tram: Stop - Amerador

Services:

Stones

Info

Survillabce and lifesaving

Restaurants

Bus Stop

Tram Stop

Car park

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Zona de baño no controlada por la consejeria de medio ambiente

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Parking Chiringuito FFCC Grava Cala Restaurante Windsurf