Cala Tonó or Cala Toró is situated at 13 kilometres from Artà, between s'Embarcador (a small inlet) and na Destorba Jornals (a very narrow entrance), and next to the coastal village of s'Estanyol, with the same name as the torrent that flows in this area and finishes in a wetland. After s'Estanyol you will find the Àrea Natural d'Especial Interès sa Canova d'Artà (855 hectares) formed by the extensive sandy area of sa Canova and an enormous pine wood around the prehistoric village of sa Figuera Borda (still not excavated).
This beach is the result of a rectangular sea entrance which builds an area characterized by the presence of pebbles, as well as the clean and intense blue water. The rear of this cove is adjacent to the residential houses near s'Estanyol, and there is no vegetation in the surroundings. Nevertheless, nearby there are some agricultural lands which belong to the possessió Costa de sa Devesa. Torrent de Can Castellet flows through this rural finca and flows into the sea forming the nearby Caleta d'en Castellet.
The piece of coast between Punta de s'Esquerda and sa Barraca (this names comes from the rests of a hut near the beach, next to other prehistoric constructions which are not preserved) has a rocky and steep aspect, as you can see in ses Penyes Altes, Punta Llarga de s'Estanyol, Cala de sa Porcella, sa Pedra que Sona, sa Pedra Girada and es Codol.
Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Artà
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