Best beaches In Mallorca

Finding the best beaches in Mallorca is a treasure hunt.
Are you tired of tourist infested crowded beaches ? If so then read bellow to find out where the real gems are hidden!

The 10 Most Stunning Coves of Mallorca

Mallorca, many agree, has the best beaches in Europe. Whether you prefer the fine sand of Cala Mondrago, the rocky outcroppings around Sant Elm, or a mix of both in Pollensa and Alcudia, your new favorite beach is waiting to be discovered.

Cala figuera

A perfect resort for families, in close proximity to one of the island’s very best beaches- Es Trenc.

Originally a fishing village, but now a thriving holiday hot spot, Colonia de Sant Jordi is nestled between some of the island’s most beautiful scenery. Attracting a crowd of sport lovers, nature lovers and foodies(the seafood here is some of the best on the island!) summer in Colonia de Sant Jordi is lively to say the least! Soft white sandy bays and coves appeal to families from all over the globe, and the combination of high rise architecture and traditional sandstone buildings (very typical of the East coast of Mallorca) certainly makes it interesting on the eye; and brings to life the history of Mallorca before tourism...

Aerial view beach es trenc

Cala Formentor is a Must visit Beach!

Escape the summer heat in the sheltering arms of pine and holm oak forests and untamed vegetation. This long stretch of the finest, whitest sand never loses its lush green appeal. Also known as Cala Pi de la Posada, this is one of the longest and narrowest public beaches: one kilometer long and twelve meters wide. Its waters are calm and clear.

Cala Formentor

Bring your best friend to the beach!

Divine Dog Friendly Beaches!

Your one-stop guide for the very best beaches for your four legged friends, here on the island of Mallorca!

Running With Dogs On Beach

Sa Calobra another must visit beach!

Your secret seashore waits here, a secluded spot in stunning surroundings, absolutely unique on the island.

One of the more isolated places in a small village in the Escorca municipality on the northwest coast of Mallorca, Sa Calobra has one designated beach. You’ll actually find two small beaches to enjoy, each with grainy sand.

Sa Calobra road sunset

The truth about the mallorquin sharks

Don't worry they are of no harm to us. Read more about the rare sighting of these gentle giants

Basking Shark 1

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