The secluded cove of san pedro in cabo de gata

Cala de San Pedro Cabo de Gata
What do you think if today we go back to Almeria to visit another beautiful and hidden beach of Cabo de Gata? After visiting the beautiful Cala de Enmedio the other day, we wanted to discover more corners of this beautiful place in Andalusia, so today we have decided to go to Cala de San Pedro, a secluded beach that you will love to visit.

If you want to join us on our tour of Cala de San Pedro, we assure you that you won’t regret it!

An isolated beach

As we have just mentioned, Cala de San Pedro is isolated from the town, a characteristic that makes it even more special. In fact, the only way to reach this place is by sea or walking for an hour from Las Negras. For this reason, it is important that you take everything you need to spend a day at the beach: food, drink, rubbish bags to keep the environment clean…

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The Ruins of the Castle of San Pedro

As you can see in the images in the gallery, this is a cove of fine and coarse sand surrounded by vegetation. It also has a natural source of drinking water. The ruins of the Castillo de San Pedro, a building that began to be built in the 16th century to defend the place from Barbary pirates, stand out.

Hippy communities

Thanks to its isolation, it is a perfect place to practice nudism. Curiously, some people live here, isolated from modernity, who have built their own houses with local materials without taking into account the town planning laws. Below we leave you with our gallery, where you will discover more images of the Cala de San Pedro. Don’t miss it!

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