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Islands: Ibiza

S’Illot is situated on the headland of la Victória (1.010 hectares) and the name is given by the virgin of the Ermita de la Victòria (13th century), located below the Talaia d’Alcúdia (445 metres high) and this has been given the name because of the victory agains the agermanats in 1522. This beach is situated at five kilometres from Alcúdia, it separate the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença, and the name is given by the small island (the English translation for the Catalan word illot) and nearby there is the sandy area with the same name. This beautiful cove has the shape of two half moons, with gravel and pebbles of a greyish colour, and a pine wood at the rear. The coast can join the small island because of the sediments of a torrent that flows into the sea in this area after a period of intense rain. This coastal stretch in not recommended for anchoring boats because it is too low, although there is a depth of four metres at two hectometres from the coast, on a gravel and rocky ground. The nearest port facilities are located at Marina de Donaire “Cocodrilo”, at half a nautical mile. The accessibility by car is easy following the signs until Albergue de la Victòria, built next to this cove. The private car can be left on a free parking area at this point. These characteristics explain that the beach is now very frequented by families and tourists of this piece of coast, as a result of the proximity to the road. When the beach has a lifeguard service, you must follow the lifeguards’ instructions and the warnings on flags. A red flag indicates dangerous swimming conditions and means that swimming is not permitted. A yellow flag indicates that precaution must be taken, but that swimming is permitted. A green flag indicates that swimming is permitted. An orange flag is used to indicate that the lifeguard is absent. Act cautiously when no lifeguard is present or the service is not available and enjoy the beach without taking any unnecessary risks. For health and safety reasons, the municipal ordinances ban pets on beaches. Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below: Tourist Information – Alcúdia General information on the island: Tourist Information – Mallorca

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