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Kayak trip to Granadella Cove

Navigate through crystal clear waters in a dreamlike kayak trip!

Quick Details

Starts At
Adult Ages: 12+
45
Child Ages: 9-11
40

Come with your family, partner or friends and feel like in the Caribbean with the kayak route from Granadella Cove in Javea!

The Cala Granadella kayak trip is a short and fairly agile excursion, ideal for families and people with little experience with these boats. The route is very calm and dynamic, stopping at the Llop Mari Cave to stretch your legs. It can be done both mornings and afternoons, although it is always advisable in the hours when the temperature is not the highest.

We use two-seater, self-bailing kayaks, which are very stable and make it very easy to get back on in the event of an accidental fall into the water. Moreover, with the instructions that our experienced guides will give you, you will feel as if you have always sailed with one of these kayaks.

Kayaks Route

The route starts at Cala Granadella, where we will give a quick and easy instruction on how to kayak for those who have never used a kayak before, as well as a refresher course for those who have.

Once equipped and ready to sail, we will set course for Morro de Pino skirting it to allow us to head for Cala En Calo, a small beach where you can stop for a short break and enjoy the peace and quiet. You can also continue along the cliff until you reach the Llop Mari Cave.

This name comes from the fact that many years ago sea lions used to live in this cave, sheltering from the bad weather and cohabiting with the fishermen of the area. You can no longer see them, but it is still interesting to stop and take a look inside the dark tunnels.

Once back in the kayaks, the route continues to the Isla Del Descubridor, perfect for a detour to see the Torre Punta Del Ambolo. Not far away is the Ambolo Cove, making it a perfect place to stop before returning to Cala Granadella.