7. Cala Granadella: Kayak to Cala en Caló & Cova del Llop Marí
Meeting point at Cala Granadella, Javea Whilst exploring the coast-line by kayak, you will experience; Cala en Caló First, we will visit a completely isolated bay, called Cala en Caló, where you can enjoy snorkelling with hundreds of fish, all whilst swimming through an indescribable and pristine underwater sea cave. This little beach is only accessible by sea therefore it is very protected from human deterioration. In fact, until not so long ago it was not even marked on Google Maps! So prepare yourself for one of the most incredible bays on the entire coastline! Cova del Llop Marí You will also visit the amazing Cova del Llop Marí, a spectacular sea cave in which we can find a great variety of wildlife: starfish, octopuses, sea urchins. Additionally, the different coloured rocks which shape the cave depict all the natural geological processes occurring inside of it, being a great educational tool! Also, legend has it that this cave’s name comes from the fact that long ago sea lions used to visit this cave while they were migrating, and local fishermen named it on behalf of these animals! Cala Ambolo A peaceful, beautiful and isolated beach that is currently closed to the public (making this tour even more special!) where you can sunbathe and take amazing pictures! Why is this tour so special? - Well... The coast around Granadella beach hosts many secret bays, coves, and caves, but finding these alone can be a challenge. Discover completely isolated and hidden spots on a kayak tour in Javea and get a more intimate experience than from ship or shore! Kayaking in Granadella allows you to fully immerse yourself with nature, kayaking besides an ancient and Jurassic-like coastline, snorkelling in transparent and crystalline waters filled with life, or exploring breath-taking caves of unimaginable beauty! And we sure will take you to one of the most magnificent caves you'll ever witness not only in Javea, but anywhere else!