Beaches and Coves in Mallorca

Mallorca is one of the favorite destinations for those travelers who want to escape the bustle, the crowds, and the beaches with families. If you travel to Mallorca, you will have the luck to find hidden places to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the Balearic and dream havens. I guarantee our 6 beaches and 6 coves is where you will live a dream summer. Enjoy our recommendations for beaches and coves in Mallorca!

6 Beaches in Mallorca

PLAYA DE PALMA

PLAYA DE PALMA

It is the largest beach in the capital. Fine sand and crystal clear water surround the area. You will have to find a hammock to relax and lounge for the afternoon. An ideal place to enjoy a snack while enjoying the sun. Also perfect to harness your skills for some water sports.

SA CALOBRA

SA CALOBRA

The view from this beach is unbeatable: the Sierra de Tramuntana accompanies the landscape. You will reach it through a tunnel along the cliffs. You will remain impressed with the view behind the mouth of the Torrent de Pareis.

PLAYA DE FORMENTOR

PLAYA DE FORMENTOR

If you want to enjoy beach and coves then approach the port of Pollença where you will see equal parts Formentor beach. Transparent waters wash the sand. If you prefer to escape the bustle of the crowd, you can walk to the Cala del Pi de la Posada or Cala Formentor.

PLAYA DE CAN PERE ANTONI

It is located just two kilometers from the capital, La Palma, in a spectacular setting as a backdrop: Pº Marítimo palm trees, the silhouette of the Gothic Cathedral of Palma and the Episcopal Palace. You will enjoy in an environment like something out of a dream.

PLAYA ES TRENC

PLAYA ES TRENC

If you like walking get close to the beach Es Trenc. Three and a half kilometers of white sand and swimming waters with a dreamscape. If the weather is good you can see the island of Cabrera and see the dunes. Send us your selfie to #FunPlanMallorca!

CALÓ DES MORO

CALÓ DES MORO

Only if you are south you will enjoy this beach in Santanyí. We recommend to go early to spare you the crowd as it is one of the most popular beaches during the summer. Do not miss, the Pontàs, a rock eroded by the waves that looks like a bridge over the water.

6 Coves in Mallorca

CALA BANYALBUFAR

CALA BANYALBUFAR

A cascade of freshwater seas in this dreamscape. To get there you must venture 17 kilometers from Valldemossa. A hidden place with a special charm, perfect for a summer getaway.

CALA DEIÀ

CALA DEIÀ

If you like trends and want to know where to spend the summer somewhere famous, this is your place. Not only you will enjoy the heat, sun and sea, but you can feel like a celebrity! The white sand disappears resulting in the gravel. We recommend you walk through it and experience its fishing tradition.

CALA MESQUIDA

CALA MESQUIDA attribute Xisco Bibiloni

*Photo taken by Xisco Bibiloni 

We’ll give only one fact: in 1991 Cala Mesquida was declared Corner Special Tourist Interest by the Balearic Parliament. To get there you must walk seven kilometers from Capdepera. Worth a visit, right?

CALA MENDIA

CALA MENDIA

If you are of those that you like natural environments and mountains, get close to Manacor where you will find the Cala Mendia. You will be surprised with its surroundings as it is more similar to a natural pool bathed in white and blue tones.  A fun recommendation is to visit the Cala Anguilla and swim there.

CALA COMTESSA

CALA COMTESSA

This is another point of the island frequently visited by celebrities. A hidden corner in a landscape of pine trees and rocks that surround this paradise of white sand. The place is frequented by VIPs of the island.

CALA ESTÀNCIA

CALA ESTÀNCIA attribute Maria Rosa Ferre

*Photo taken by Maria Rosa Ferre. 

Cala Estancia is part of a unique setting. A natural pool of 3 meters deep and fine white sand. You can enjoy a walk at sunset here if you are visiting the tourist area of Can Pastilla.

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