|This cove is located at 3.5 km from Santa Eulalia, between Cala Pada and Cala Marina. This friendly and quiet stretch of the coastline consists of a set of coves, disposed successively with a small size. The sand and scouring from the coastal slope form its substrate. The seabed consists of sandy and rocky areas covered by algae; surface diving is recommended. Take the road from Es Canar and after about 4 km you will see two roads. Take the one to the right and after about 600 metres you will come to S'Argamassa.
Road access is simple following the road signs. The private vehicle can be parked free of charge in the surroundings. It can also be reached by bike or using public transport, whose nearest bus stop is located at just 300 metres away. In the vicinity there is an archaeological site: an aqueduct (425 metres), an industrial plant (1st century) as well as a maritime-rural settlement (Roman and Byzantine empires).
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