Canyadell Beach in Torredembarra is the smallest beach in this municipality in the northern third of the Costa Daurada. Some 60 metres long with fine, golden sands that slope gently into warm, calm crystalline waters, it is in a cove surrounded by cliffs that combine rock and typical Mediterranean vegetation.
In addition to its natural beauty, Canyadell Beach is characterised by its tranquillity and the nearby Torredembarra lighthouse, the last to be built in the whole of Spain, and which offers guided tours. It is easily accessible on foot, by car or by bus, with a stop right in front of the beach.
Services include a bathing area indicated by natural biotope marker buoys, a lifeguard service, an access ramp, a kiosk selling drinks and ice cream, a toilet and a recycling point. It also stands out for its environmental quality, which is accredited with the Blue Flag.
- Length: 60 m.
- Average width: 35 m.
- Type of sand: Fine.
- Bathing water quality: Excellent.
- Orientation: South-west.
- Sea bottom: Flat.
- Bathing area signposted with natural biotopes.
- Lifeguard service (from 1st July to 26th August).
- Information on the state and quality of the bathing water
- Manual cleaning of the sand
- Recycling point (paper, packaging, glass and organic matter)
- Litter bins
- Access ramp to the foot of the sand
- Drinks and ice-cream kiosk
- Public toilet
- Proximity of urban bus stop
It is forbidden to
- Dumping and abandoning waste, both on land and at sea.
- Lighting fires