On a wednesday morning, Julia and I got up at 8 am to drive 60km to Cala Llombarts. This cove is a long, thin strip of white sand framed by pine trees, with rickety boatsheds perched on the rocks. The water is a transparent turquoise colour, which is common for this part if the island, and the old boathouses, known locally as “escars”, which are situated along the right hand side of the beach, are left from the days when local fishermen used the cove. We arrived at 10 am in the morning and were pretty much the first ones on the beach.
After a few hours of tanning, we decided to go to the cliffs from where you have an amazing view over the beach.
You probably know that I love paisley prints and so I was clearly enjoying my kinda hippie day.
Hippies love nature and so we just had to dive in….And finally jumped off the cliffs.
3 2 1 jump…
Without any doubt, swimming in this blue, clear water was the highlight of the day and gave us the ultimate summer feeling.