Racó de l'Albir
Albir beach/ Racó de l'Albir is the most famous and the busiest beach in the municipality. This stone beach, 550 m long and approximately 70 m wide, forms part of the natural reserve Sierra Helada. The water here is crystal clear, that’s why the beach is yearly awarded with the international excellence award ‘Blue flag’. Racó de l'Albir has a lifeguard tower, beach library, a sailing school and diving centre. Along the beach there stretches out Albir ‘Walk of Fame’ boulevard with numerous hotels, bars and restaurants.
Cala de la Mina
The beach ‘Cala de la Mina’ is located in the heart of the natural reserve Sierra Helada, among steep cliffs due to which is quite difficult to access. This place is very popular among snorkelers who come here by boat.
Cala del Metge
The beach ‘Cala del Metge’ forms part of the natural reserve Siera Helada. Just like ‘Cala la Mina’, this beach boasts rich underwater land. Difficult to access.
Cala del Amerador
The beach ‘Cala del Amerador’ also forms part of the natural reserve Sierra Helada. Can be seen from the lighthouse of Albir (Faro del Albir) and is accessible only by boat.