Platja de Binigaus is 4km from es Migjorn Gran, between the Rabiosa and Rodona points, and close to the urbanization Sant Tomàs (there is a Camí de Cavalls footpath from here and it is a 15- minute walk). It is part of the Natural Area of Special Interest which runs from Cala Mitjana to here.
The coastline of es Migjorn Gran has cliffs of up to 40 meters high with beautiful remote coves, but Binigaus is not the same. This is a a huge open bay, and Platja de Binigaus is on the left-hand side. The coastline is a great winding length with higher rocky areas on the western breakwater, and pine-trees that drop right down to the shore. The islet Illot de Binicodrell to the east separates it from the neighbouring beaches.
The beach is both sandy and pebbly with a dune system at the back and cultivated fields climbing up the hillside. It faces south-east/south/south-west and generally there is a light breeze. The water is crystal-clear and the beach is relatively quiet. It is not advisable to moor boats here, as the bay is very exposed with shallow water. You can really only use a small boat or rowing-boat to get from the beach to the islet in good weather.