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Porteils Beach in Argelès-sur-Mer

This 200 m-long pebble beach is an idyllic spot for sunbathing.

A protected cove Natural beauty preserved

Nestled between cliffs, this secluded cove is ideal for those seeking tranquillity and natural beauty.

The coves of Porteils are listed by the Conservatoire du Littoral.
In fact, these maritime cliffs plunging into the Mediterranean Sea offer remarkable underwater ecosystems. A great spot for diving and snorkeling.

In summer, a word of advice if you’re driving there: arrive in the morning, as the small parking lot fills up very quickly.

The perfect spot for snorkeling

Porteils beach offers crystal-clear waters and postcard-perfect scenery, with rocky cliffs and lush Mediterranean vegetation in the background.

The beach is quite small, giving it an intimate and peaceful atmosphere.

What’s more, the presence of a seabed rich in marine life makes it a prime location for snorkeling.

Getting led in ̶b̶a̶t̶e̶a̶u̶ Kayak

Shellfish… Summer is here! It’s the perfect season to venture into the heart of the coves by kayak. From Porteils to Collioure, the Mediterranean reveals its thousand shades of blue as you paddle!

To contemplate

the sunset behind Fort Miradou. All while sipping a glass of Muscat.

*Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health, consume in moderation.