• Public transport

Platja de Binissafúller, Cala Binissafúller or Binissafua is 5,5 km from Sant Lluís (where you can still wander through the narrow country lanes and see hamlets like Torret or s’Ullastrar, which have barely changed for centuries). The beach lies between Caló Blanc and Caló Fondo, there is an urbanization of the same name and it is also close to the fishing village resort of Binibeca Vell. From the coast you can see the rocky s’Illot de Binissafúller. The inlet is narrow and rocky with a partially manmade beach. It is never very busy and has a sandy base with weeds under the rocks to the sides. The wind comes from the south-east and south-west and the water is clean and clear with a gentle incline. This is an excellent area for snorkeling and diving. Boats mooring in the open water should be aware of the sunken rock known as Llosa d’enmig (“in the middle”).

Access by road is simple and well marked. There is plenty of free parking.