A very quiet place, visited by naturist lovers and water sportsmen, who windsurf or paddle surfing. Often, the beach of coarse sand is covered by a thick ceiling of Posidonia sea grass. This plant gives oxygen to the water of the Mediterranean and is the reason why the water is so transparent. At the right edge of the beach you will see the Torrente de Na Borges; He separates the beach from Sa Canova beach. On the horizon, incredible views of the Cap of the Pinar and Cap Ferrutx, bordering the Bay of Alcúdia. Behind the pretty beach is a settlement grown up, where you can find some bars and restaurant with a good ambience in summer, from morning until late into the evening.
To get to the beach from Can Picafort (7 km), Artà (16.8 km) or Santa Margalida (13.6 km), Sue only have the road signs to Son Serra de Marina; There you can leave your car in the village or in a parking lot next to the beach.