The Baladrar cove is a lovely gate to the Mediterranean that stands out for the brightness typical on these latitudes, with pine trees leaning out towards the blue sea inviting the visitor to follow this pleasant aquatic route.
This pebbly cove has formed at the mouth of the "dels Sesters" ravine. El Baladrar ends in a 30m. high cliff full of crannies formed by the action of the sea and from which the rock known as La Polida has fallen off.
The cove is protected from the easterly winds, and its shallow and transparent waters and abundant sea life make it an ideal place to enjoy for a marine trip.