Popular with families of all ages, the warm golden sands, crystal waters and picture-perfect boats on the horizon make a for a fantastic, leisurely day by the sea. The bay is lined with sprawling palm trees that lie in a crescent around the beach, making its visual appeal obvious to all. Due to the nature of the clientele, the beach can get extremely busy during the height of the summer months and the sound of fun and laughter can be heard along the beach most days. The clean, fine sand makes building sandcastles a joy and the calm, shallow water of the bay is ideal for those paddling and learning to swim. Parents could also benefit from the lack of strong tides by floating on an inflatable while the kids are close by! Port de Sant Miquel offers a range of exciting water sport activities to visitors. The adventurous can take part in banana boating, canoeing or pedal boating by hiring equipment by the promenade, and there’s even a waterslide for you to enjoy. If that sounds like a little too much exertion, you may prefer to hire a sun lounger or parasol to sit and watch the world go by. The beach benefits from a lifeguard patrol throughout the summer season and this exemplifies why this beach is so well regarded by its visitors.
For those wishing to explore the local coastline, there is a stunning stalactite cave called Can Marça that was used by smugglers and pirates centuries ago. Local tour guides in Port de Sant Miquel can offer multilingual boat tours that take in the majestic geography of the northern coastline.
Behind the beach on the main promenade, beach dwellers can quell hunger and thirst with a visit to one of the several restaurants in the area. With traditional specialities and locally sourced produce, the offer is unique to this kind of beach and is unlike the plethora of options in the main tourist resorts. Visitors will also find a few local shops selling a range of beach apparel and souvenirs and a small supermarket for those who want to eat on the beach.