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Cala de cabo Cervera
Rocky cove with sandy areas to the south of Torrevieja
Cala de cabo Cervera is a small cove located on the cape of the same name that has a sandy area and an area for swimming in the coastal rocks, for which stairs are installed that facilitate access and exit to the sea. In its vicinity there are different restaurants, and its coastal promenade connects with the nearby La Mata beach.
The cove is adjacent to the "Cabo Cervera" micro-reserve, designated by the Generalitat Valenciana in order to protect a highly interesting plant species such as the cat-headed jarilla (Helianthemum caput-felis).
The rocky bottoms of the cove are also attractive for surface diving (snorkelling).
This cove has an area for people with mobility problems. The assisted bathing service will be operational in July and August and only when the green flag is waving.