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041° 13.004' N , 009° 29.050' E
Also known as Tahiti Bay, Cala Coticcio is actually two coves. Deep with crystal blue waters, and the nicest one is the West one. Lots of fish which you must not feed (park rules). It's a very popular anchorage for jet-setters in summer, and between June 1st and September 30th, it's forbidden to anchor overnight. There were no Marine Park buoys at the time of our visit. Anchored in 5 metres on sand amongst weed patches. Surrounding the bay the pinkish coloured rocks have been carved in to strange shapes by the wind & waves.