A small, wild and calm cove, three kilometres away from Colònia de Sant Pere. We can access from the centre, heading to Betlem and driving along the little road beside the coast.


The name of Caloscamps (cove of the countries) is obviously given by the cultivated lands found beside the cove, clearly drawn in old cartographies. The cove, excavated in fossil dunes by the torrent and sea erosion, combines sand and stone areas and is surrounded by tamarinds that grow by the sea shore, providing a nice shade. Some years, the beach is covered with the Mediterranean marine plant known as Posidonia. A beach with an interesting environment of flora, fauna and heritage. We can see remains of an old bunker, a boathouse, a quarry and some archeological sites like the talayots of Can Pa amb Oli.

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