Discover which beaches are the most TOP during your trip to Mallorca
There may not be an island in the whole Mediterranean with so many extraordinary beaches like Mallorca and the most incredible thing is that many of them remain practically untouched, surrounded by nature and practically no buildings in sight. Mallorca is one of the most touristic islands in all of Spain, and if that is the case we should ask ourselves why. The reason is very simple; it has some of the most beautiful beaches in the country and that swim have to envy any Caribbean beach. Year after year many of them are the protagonists in the main travel catalogues, enjoying them in summer is absolutely wonderful, strolling through its sand and calm waters in winter is an experience of another planet.
Choosing the 10 best beaches on the island is not an easy task, at Holiday Center we show you some of our favorites that can not miss on your list of essentials during your trip to Mallorca and we let you discover the rest during your trip to Mallorca. Take a note!
1. Caló des Moro
It is for many people one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca for many and varied reasons; white sand and turquoise waters, but fundamentally a privileged natural enclave between cliffs and vegetation, which make it a dream cove. The beach is virgin and wild, there are no hotels, no houses, no restaurants, nature in its purest state occupies a leading role. Although the access is difficult, you have to descend about 15 minutes down a stony path until you reach the sea, during which you can enjoy the beauty of the area until you reach the beach. A natural paradise to enjoy during your stay in Mallorca.
2. S’ Almunia Cove
Situated in the Santanyi area, it is one of the beaches that has gradually gained prominence among tourists seeking to discover the most paradisiacal beaches of Mallorca. We are not surprised… its beauty, scenery, the blue tones of its waters and an old wharf with well-preserved fisherman’s houses make this corner one of the first places tourists visit on their trip to Mallorca. Finding the cove is very simple because the road is correctly signposted, you have to go down a steep slope and once there you will find a beautiful intonation in which it will be inevitable to take out the camera. A totally Mediterranean postcard that makes it very difficult to explain the beauty of the place.
3. Mondragó Cove
It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca, ideal for couples. Located in Mondragó cove, within the Natural Park of Mondragó, it offers the visitor an absolutely idyllic and unforgettable environment. Cala Mondragó has the shape of a sea tongue that enters the land and then divides into two beaches: S’ Amarador and Ses Fonts de N’ Alis. Cala Mondragó is one of the best blue-flagged beaches in Mallorca, mainly due to the fact that it was declared a natural park in 1992, thus protecting the area from building and mass tourism. In high season the cove is one of the most popular of the island, enjoy it and autumn or spring is a real pleasure for the senses.
4. Es Trenc Beach
This is perhaps one of the most popular and popular beaches that best preserve their surroundings in Mallorca. Located in the municipality of Campos, for several years it has been proclaimed one of the best beaches in Spain. Es Trenc beach has the privilege of being the last large sand of the island that has not yet been developed. If you like to walk on the sand, you will enjoy walking along its 3 km of white sand and on the shores of its crystal clear water.
5. Es Caragol Cove
Es Caragol is a dream beach that has nothing to envy from the Caribbean, is located 7 km from Ses Salines and is the most southern beach of Mallorca. If you like to walk, you can reach it through the Ses Salines lighthouse, travelling 1.5 km along the sea shore. Through this route and with the island of Cabrera in the background, you will enjoy a beautiful natural landscape and that nothing should envy any Caribbean island. Once in Es Caragol, you can enjoy a day of leisure with crystal clear waters, white sand, long dunes that extend more than a kilometer inland. The perfect ingredients for a holiday in Mallorca.
6. Beach of Formentor
It is the norther most beach in Mallorca with one and a half kilometres of fine white sand. This beach is ideal to enjoy a family day thanks to its shallow depth even half a kilometre from the shore. The beach surrounded by mountains and spectacular vegetation is divided into several zones. On the way back from the beach day don’t forget to make a small stop at the lookout located at 232 meters high where you can contemplate one of the most spectacular views that the island has to offer.
7. Sa Calobra Cove
Without a doubt one of the most magical and spectacular coves of Mallorca, nestled between two cliffs of 200 meters high, which make the area a unique place. Located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, the charms of Sa Calobra do not only lie in its geographical beauty, the difficulty of accessing it is another of its attractions, which have undoubtedly turned it into one of the most appreciated beaches by tourists year after year. The Cala de Sa Calobra is located in the Mallorcan municipality of Escorca and is known worldwide because it was a small village where famous people such as the poet Santiago Rusiñol or Joaquín Mir i Trinxet lived.