Platja d’en Repic

Platja d'en Repic is the quieter, less congested and more attractive beach at the southern end of the bay as the road climbs up towards the lighthouse. If you follow the shoreline to the rocks and keep on going, it's all peace and quiet, with some amazing views.

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