Caló des Burgit; This is the last unspoiled beach in the Nature Reserve including Mondragó, away from mass tourism in a natural setting, surrounded by a forest of pines and low cliffs. It is a small creek 18 m long and 15 m wide. There are some stone walls along the left side of the coast, forming a series of steps to limit access to a property inside a house. To get there you must go to the Natural Park of Mondragó where is the information center on the beach of Font de Sa n'Alís. Before arriving, the road forks and has to follow the first departure from the right towards the beach Trencada Sa Barca. As soon as you get to the hotel, is to continue going along Trencada Sa Barca until it reaches a sort of parking in the shade. From where you leave to get to the beach, 300 meters along a path that runs between pine trees.
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