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The best beaches in Majorca




Fine sand or rocks, hidden or most popular, the coast of Mallorca is full of “calas” and beaches to visit on your vacation. And that is why it is one of the favorite tourists destinations. Do not miss any of these gems!

The spectacular and fascinating nature of Mallorca hides a very beautiful park in Santanyí, on the southeast coast of the island: the Mondragó Nature Park where Cala Mondragó is located, at about 8km south of Cala d’Or. Officially known as Caló de n’Alis but usually referred to as Cala Mondragó, is a lovely sandy beach, which is flanked by two rocky headlands. The seawater has a beautiful shade of light blue and is crystal clear. How to get there

Platja d’es Carbó, also known as Es Carbó, is a long stretch of white sand beach with crystal clear blue waters in the southern coast of Majorca. The beach is backed by sand dunes, pine trees and low lying desert bushes and little else. Colonia San Jordi is the nearest town and from where you can depart on foot to access this rather beautiful and remote beach. How to get there

Cala Agulla is situated at 1,8 kilometres from Capdepera. This beach together with Cala Moltó and Cala Mesquida were declared Natural Area of Special Interest in 1991 by the Parlament de les Illes Balears. This fact explains why this coastal area is so well preserved. Cala Agulla is surrounded by a thick pine wood with some huge trees, and covered by a very fine-grained sand. How to get there

Platja d’es Trenc is situated at 6,5 kilometres from Colònia de Sant Jordi. This beach is one of the last big sandy unspoilt and well preserved areas in Majorca. Es Trenc is more than two kilometres long and covered with fine-grained, bright sand. The water is shallow along all of Es Trenc and the unique turquoise shades give the beach an almost tropical look. This is one of the most beautiful spots in Majorca. How to get there

Platja d’Alcúdia is he beach of Alcúdia, between Platja de Muro on the south, and Xara on the north. More than 3 km long beach of fine sand with wonderful views and transparent water, with several sections, wooden walkways for disabled visitors and rental of hammocks and umbrellas. The beach is surrounded by all kinds of tourist establishments, bars, cafeterias and restaurants with a rich gastronomic offer. How to get there

We have only selected a few, but there are hundreds of beaches ad “calas” you can enjoy in Majorca. The Conselleria de Turisme de les Illes Balears mantains a website with all the info related to more than 200 beaches in Majorca and other Balearic Islands: Mallorca Beach Guide.

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