This cove is located right next to Crit cove and, if you believe the legend, its name would also relate to the facts of the kidnapping of the farmer’s daughter. Accordingly, it is said that, when the Saracens were fleeing, the last thing they did was to drink from the spring that arose from this cove. And it was here, in Font Morisca, that it happened. Whether true or not, the fact is that the spring hasn’t flowed for many years. The access is from Crit cove through a curious natural opening formed by the rocks. The beach is gravel and its dimensions are highly dependent on the effects of the storms. If these have been benevolent, the cove is about 50 metres long and 15 wide.