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Find Out the Best Mallorca Beaches and Snorkelling

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“The coast of Mallorca is one of the most precious treasures of the Mediterranean. The heterogeneity of Mallorca beaches, cliffs, and coves is a real pleasure for the senses. Have the sea as an ally.” ~ Consell de Mallorca

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There is certainly no shortage of beaches to choose from when visiting the small island of Mallorca. With 300 odd, it has a selection of sandy, pebble & rock. Beyond this a visitor can count on sheltered coves, caves and limestone mountains alongside a spread of water activity to choose from:

  • Snorkelling
  • Diving
  • Dolphin watching
  • Catamaran activity
  • Sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Caving
  • Beach quad tours
  • Motorised water sports: skiing, jet ski etc


A Few Top Sandy & Pebbled Mallorca Beaches

Es Trenc

“It is one of the best sandy beaches because it is the only one that has not been developed. It is well preserved and is the longest beach in Ensenada de Sa Rápita. This is why this beach in the south of the island is one of the busiest unspoilt areas.” ~TURESPAÑA


“It is the largest beach in the area. It is sheltered in a small bay flanked by two capes and located at the foot of a small residential development.” ~ TURESPAÑA

Playa de Alcudia

One of the most beautiful places in the Balearic Islands. Virgin coves with crystal waters, surrounded by pinewoods; diverse fauna and environmentally-rich natural settings; archaeological sites and a delicious local cuisine are enough reasons to visit this town, on the northeast of Majorca.” ~ TURESPAÑA

A Few Top Calas (or coves as known in English):

Cala Agulla

“This cove has a special charm, boasting spectacular views of the open sea, a precious sight to behold. The most peculiar feature of this beach is the speed at which the tide comes in and goes out, depending on the wind.” ~ TURESPAÑA

Cala Ratjada

“With pristine waters it has not lost its original fisherman’s town atmosphere. A season of classical music named “A winter in Mallorca” is held at its parish church, which the visitor should not miss. On the shore of the Mediterraneanis Ratjada Cove’s lighthouse, a historic warning to sailors. You can enjoy some of the best views here… ” ~ TURESPAÑA

Cala D’Or

“Cala d’or is a modern purpose built resort that has grown from a small traditional Mallorcan fishing village, and now covers an area of over 4km of small sandy coves and creeks.” ~ Caladorscene.com

Visit Mallorca Tourist Information for a full list of Mallorca beaches: sandyrocky and calas suitable to your needs.

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