Most popular beaches in Majorca
Sandy beaches with crystalline waters that you can't miss
In Mallorca you will find a multitude of bathing options but among them there are three beaches that in our opinion should not be missed during your visit to the island.
These beaches have taken on a name among visitors for their crystal-clear waters and splendid landscapes.
Cap de Formentor: This is a white sand beach located in the northeast of Mallorca. Its location is about 10 kilometres from Pollença. It has one of the most unspoilt spots and is surrounded by pine forests. It is a beach of about 1 kilometre long and its sandy area is narrow because just after it we find the wooded area. Its waters are turquoise and has a small area of sunbeds and parasols of payment. It has parking near the beach of payment. At the beach you will also find 2 restaurants to refresh yourself or to eat in the middle of the day.
Es Trenc: This is one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca. It is located in the south of the island of Mallorca near Ses Salines. It has about 2 kilometers of white sand. Its water is clear and clean forming a wide range of turquoise colors. On the beach of es Trenc you can park easily even if it is a paid parking. Umbrellas and sunbeds are available at extra cost. There are also different bar and restaurant areas.
La Calobra: This is a beach located in the Tramuntana Mountains. It is an area that is difficult to reach by car. We recommend using the boat service that leaves from Puerto de Sóller. Once there, you will find a first rocky beach and later, 15 minutes on foot, you will find the Torrent de Pareis beach. It is a spectacular beach situated at the mouth of a torrent surrounded by mountains and is accessed by walking through tunnels between the enormous mountains. It is a beach with an exterior zone of stones and in the interior of the crystalline water it is sand. It is a very peculiar beach. In the area there are all kinds of restaurants, cafes and shops. There are no sunshades or hammocks.
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