The coastline of El Perelló stretches for 6 kilometres, from the Perales Ravine (Cap-roig) to Pont de l'Àlia. The coastline is extremely diverse: you can find pebble beaches, such as Sant Llucía, Morro de Gos and Cala Buena, in addition to sandy beaches, like Cala Moros and Pond de l'Àlia. You will also find typical, rocky coves, including Llosar de Caballé, Cala del Me and Playa de Garretes. All of these beaches and coves are known for their tranquility, natural beauty and clear waters. Santa Llucía Beach, along with Morro de Gos Beach, is one of the largest in the El Perelló area. The beach promenade that borders it enables you to walk between pine trees until you reach a rocky area where you can enjoy fishing. This beach has all the essential services: you will find showers, toilets, water fountains and beach bars here. Pont de l'Àlia Beach is comprised of predominately pebbles, which provide it with an untamed aspect. Visitors who prefer quieter coves can head to Cala Buena or Cala Moros where the gentle waves sound against the reddish stone walls around these unbelievable, relaxing corners.
Activities in the areaEl Perelló is the perfect destination if you are looking to enjoy multiple outdoor and sports activities. These include the following, among others: fishing, golf, bike tourism, guided tours of the national park, kayaking, canoeing, climbing, horse riding, windsurfing and kitesurfing..