As well as the northern coves, the rest of small coves are located in the south coast protected by cliffs, with typical Mediterranean coastal vegetation such as sea rosemary and palmettos, and allow activities such as fishing along the shore and on the rocks, or scuba diving. The Ribera promenade, that structures the whole coast area, facilitates the access to the cliffs where you can enjoy the sun and the tranquillity of the sea in the sunbathing areas, some wooden platforms that blend into the rocky landscape of the south coast. In this area, we can find the Aiguadoliva coves, El Puntal, Les Salines, Les Roques, Fondo de Bola or Els Pinets. The coves are easily accessible as they have signposts and have stairs or ramps. They have the ISO 14001 environmental certification granted by AENOR, guaranteeing its correct maintenance, cleanliness and respect for the environment.
"The south coast also keeps the beauty and character of the northern coves. There are also rocks, isolated corners, suggestive and attractive forms, the beauty of nature..."