Punta Nati rises 42 meters above sea level and 13 meters above the ground. At 360 meters to 236º of Punta Nati is the Escull de Punta Nati (slab), an islet of 7 meters high, which forms a passage of about 12 meters wide with the coast. At 200 meters to 045º of the reef there is a rock with 0,3 meters of water above. From Punta Nati to Cap de Bajolí, the coast in general is rough and with elevation about 30 meters.
Between Punta Perpinyà and Sa Falconera, cove of turquoise waters is formed called Cala de S’Amarador where you can anchor. Another quiet place to anchor is in an inlet called Sa Cigonya. At the end a natural bridge is formed, the Pont d’en Gil, which allows passage for smaller boats.