Cala Crancs is the most eastern beach of the beaches in Salou, a cove delimited by rocks and surrounded by pine trees and vegetation. Users can easily go swimming thanks to an almost level golden sand that gets, which gets that little bit harder once in the water, and the sublime calm waters.
Cala Crancs is perfect for families due to the nearby playground, which makes it easier for kids to have the time of their lives just a few meters from the water. The “Els Triangles” civic centre, very close to the sand, does also provide users with a shady sitting area with some pretty stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, which becomes ideal after a long walk round the coastline.
Access to Cala Crancs is due to a promenade that ends by the beach, but also walking along the Coastal Path, which provides a mind-blowing scenery.
The beach has a small parking area, so users are recommended to go on foot or by bicycle.
Among others, the beach has a number of facilities that include a beach bar, sunshade and hammock renting, showers and toilets, which turn Cala Crancs into a beach especially busy for families with kids and is a ideal place for doing to snorkel.