Cala Llevadó

Cala Llevadó is another of the beautiful coves to be found in the magnificent stretch of the Costa Brava between Lloret and Tossa de Mar. Located after passing the core neighborhood of Santa Maria de Llorell, about 3 km from Tossa, Cala Llevadó is a sandy cove, quite busy in summer.

Cala Llevadó, en Tossa de Mar, Girona, Costa Brava

Cala Llevadó, in Tossa de Mar, Girona, Costa Brava

Cala Llevadó is located just after Cala d’en Carles, which is 3 minutes walking to the south, and has a campsite within walking distance, which explains why it is so crowded, especially in summer. This beach is covered with a thick, golden sand, very pleasant to the touch. The turquoise waters contrast with the green of the Mediterranean vegetation, mainly pine trees, that almost reach the sea.

Cala Llevadó is the typical Costa Brava creek surrounded by rock walls and adorned with trees (mostly pines and oaks) to almost reach the sea level. The cove is about 65 meters long and 35 meters width.

Cala Llevadó es una cala muy popular y muy familiar

Cala Llevadó is a very popular and familiar creek

Cala Llevadó waters depth are fairly flat, without steep slopes, at least in the central part of the beach. However, in the northern part, to the left side, you find a quiet area perfect for watching the underwater, rich and highly prized for the excellent vision, since the waters of the creek are almost transparent. You really should not miss the opportunity to snorkel under Cala Llevadó waters if you visit it. Since it is a good anchorage area, you may see some small boats anchored off the cove.

Vista aérea de la Cala Llevado, en Tossa de Mar, junto a las montañas de l'Ardenya

Cala Llevadó aerial view, in Tossa de Mar, near the Ardenya mountains

Cala Llevadó is a small cove that has no special facilities for bathers. To get there just take the GI-682, from Lloret de Mar to Tossa de Mar, and turn right as you see the Camping Llevadó sign.

Las rocas de la parte norte de la Cala Llevadó ofrecen una magnífica oportunidad para bucear o practicar snorkel

Rocks in the northern side of Cala Llevadó offer a good chance to snorkel


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This post was written by Alex Rigola who has written 60 posts on Costa Brava Blog.

Alex Rigola is Costa Brava's editor and an ampurdan passionated who enjoys sailing his little boat through the Costa Brava coast. He currently lives in Pals and if you use to ride along cycling routes in the area, it's very likely that you encounter him at some point. When asked about his favorite spot on the Costa Brava he never hesitates for a moment: Cala Montjoi.

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