Mallorca Beaches

Mallorca Beaches
Mallorca Beaches

Mallorca’s beaches prove that you don’t have to get on a plane and travel to far flung places to find pristine white beaches and turquoise seas.

Scattered along the islands coast are hidden gems nestling amongst rocky outcrops or peeping out from pine forests and wide swathes of golden sand stretching as far as the eye can see.

Hiring a car or scooter is the best way to explore, although a small number are reachable by public transport or bike from the resort you may be staying at.

Information on resort beaches can be found on the specific resort page. Here we’ve concentrated on the more natural and undiscovered beaches in each area so you can fully appreciate the best the island has to offer.


Cala Torta

The sea at Cala Torta is a stunning combination of various hues of blue; from azure blue through turquoise to emerald green.


Cala Falco

Situated at just over 6 km from Magaluf this small sandy cove is 50mtrs long by 60mtrs wide. Prettily situated, it’s flanked by rocks on either side so is sheltered with calm seas so safe for swimming.

Portals Vells I, II & III

These are 3 beaches that are fairly close together and have similar characteristics. All have a sweep of golden sand in a natural setting backed by pine trees and leading down to crystal clear water.


Es Trenc Beach

The beach of es Trenc is one of the most stunning in the Balearic Islands, and is completely natural. 3.5 kilometres long and 59 metres wide, it fine white sand slopes gently down to transparent turquoise waters.

Ses Covetes

The small beach of ses Covetes is located between those of es Trenc and sa Rapita. It's 300 metres long and 40 wide with fine white sand and crystal waters.

Es Pregons Grans & Petit

We’ve put these two beaches together for ease as the smaller beach (Petit) is really a continuation of the main beach (Grans).

Sa Rapita

This is THE most stunningly beautiful beach you could hope to see in the Med. Crystal clear turquoise waters meet gleaming white sand which stretches as far as the eye can see.

can'n picafort

Arenal de sa Canova

This fabulously long sandy beach is about 13 kms from Can Picafort and sits in an area of national interest meaning it is completely virgin territory.


Cala Mesquida

Even though this beach is quite popular we felt it was too beautiful not to be mentioned. 7 kms from Capdepera it is situated in an area of outstanding beauty.


Cala Tuent

This semi-circular pebble beach is backed by thick pine forests. Completely natural it oddly has the ruins of an old house at one end.

Sa Calobra

A truly spectacular setting must make this the most dramatically situated beach on the island.


Cala Sa Nau

This pretty little beach is quite interesting as it is close to the setting for smugglers!


El Arenal Beach

El Arenal is also known by the name S'Arenal and is the last resort on a long stretch of of golden sand that starts at C'an Pastilla.

Cala Pi Beach

The little beach of Cala Pi isn't strictly a natural beach as there are villas built on the vertical rocks that this white sandy cove nestles into.


Cala Varques

12km from Porto Cristo you will find this beautifully virgin beach of soft golden sand that is usually empty even in high season.


C'an Pastilla Beach

Can Pastilla was one of the first tourist resorts in majorca and has been popular ever since, probably due to its close proximity to Palma.

Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

Cala Millor Beach

Cala Millor beach is a fabulous swarth of soft golden sand that stretches the length of this popular family resort and on towards Cala Bona.

Santa Margalida

Son Real

Approximately 12 kms from Can Picafort, this beach is named after the torrent (river) that flows into the sea in this beach.

S’Arenal d’en Casat

Situated at 2kms from Can Picafort this wild and wonderful beach belongs to a designated area of National Interest.


Cala Llombards Beach

Cala Llombards, surrounded by a development of the same name, is a very quiet area popular with the many families who holiday here in summer.


S'Amarador is a swarth of white sand situated within walking distance of the more popular beach of Cala de ses Fonts de n'Alís.

Cala en Tugores and Cala Caragol

Both these beaches are most Southern in Majorca and are divided by a small strip of rocky land – so easy to do either or both once you’ve found them!

Ses Salines

Can Curt Beach

This wild coastal area of the southern end of Majorca is characterized by a landscape which is very eroded by wind and sea. The coast is generally no higher than 2mtrs.

Es Carbo

A perfectly unspoiled are surrounds this white sandy beach it is worth the hike from the village of Colònia de Sant Jordi or ses Salines for those that enjoy walking.

Es Dolc

Es Dolç is a pretty white beach only 300 metres from Colònia de Sant Jordi and close to the fishing port and marina so is often quite busy.

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