Formentor beach is also known as Cala Pi de sa Posada, it is sandy
and about one kilometer long. This is definitely a beach for spotting
the famous as the hotel Formentor is possibly the most well known
on the island. The beach itself consists of traditional bars, showers
and sun beds, and a great surfing school can also be found here.
relatively recently there was neither a beach or any sand in Pollenca.
In Pollença there is know a beach of about one kilometer
in length and 30 meters in width. The beach has umbrellas, fist
aid, sun beds, and water sports. There are a few bars and restaurants,
but mainly it is a quiet beach all year round.
at the very Northernmost tip of the island. The beach is just over
three kilometers long. On it's shores you will find all the major
water sports such as Dinghy-Yacht sailing, water skiing, "Hobie
sailing", jet skiing and "parasailing". Along the length of the
beach you will find plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to suit
virginal stretch of white sand, draws a primarily young crowd during
the summer months. It is bordered by a large pine forest that extends
down to the sand, giving the beach a wild and untamed feel.
This beach boasts the full range of water sports and attractions.
It has only one restaurant which offers it's customers free access
to a beach volleyball court, and a small gym.
beach at Cala Millor is almost 2 kilometers long, and is very popular
tourist destination. With lots of hotels, bars restaurants and shops
just behind the beach, there is always plenty to do.
On the beach itself umbrellas, sun beds, a variety of water sports,
bars, restaurants and clubs. It also features many events aimed
at tourist during the summer.
beach measures 760 meters long and 76 meters wide, and has a wide
range of bars and restaurants lining the seafront. Sa Coma, which
in recent years has been awarded the bandera azul ("blue flag"),
a symbol of quality, is very clean, and well suited as a family
between Cala Millor and Porto Cristo at the mouth of the river n´Amer.
In recent years it has become one of the most popular beaches on
the East coast. It is surrounded by plenty of hotels and has it's
share of festivals around the 15th of August. There are many bars
and restaurants along the seafront. It also offers sun beds, umbrellas
and water sports.
tourist development of Cales de Mallorca lies near the beach "Es
Domingos" which is one of the largest on the Mallorcan coastline.
Although the coves are not best for anchoring due to their sise.
Also for the divers, the underwater caves are a world wide attraction.
D'Or also known as "Ses Puntetes" consists of many small coves.....
Cala Llonga, Caló de ses Pones, Caló d'es Corrals and Caló Gran.
The main pleasure port is Cala Llonga. The Club Nautico at Cala
D'or is one of the best equipped clubs in the Balearics, and has
become a showcase for luxury yachts (you can find the club at 39º
22' N / 03º 14' E).
between Campos and Colónia de St Jordi. It is one of the best preserved
stretches of coastline with very little development. The beach is
3.5 kilometers long, and it consists of soft white sand, shallow
Aqua blue, crystal clear, clean water. It features a secure paid
car park and is extremely popular during the summer months. The
beach itself has a few restaurants, bars and sun beds. It also is
well visited by yachts and pleasure craft.
is situated in the bay of Palma, and is one of the most visited
parts of the Balearic Islands. It is in this bay that the largest
concentration of hotels exists. During the summer the beaches are
bustling with both tourists and local residents. It offers a full
range of bars, restaurants, disco techs and plenty of shopping.
near to the West of Palma, and just a quick ride on the bus. The
beach is both popular with locals and tourists. It has a restaurant-bar
at the back of the beach which is always very busy during the summer
months. The beach is also the base for scenic boat trips around
the bay of Palma.
used by the yachtsmen and their guests from Puerto Portals yacht
club. It is nice and peaceful beach with clear waters, and lots
of protection from swell. It is certainly one of the better places
to go if you just want a small quiet beach. It is just a short walk
from the yacht club where one can find plenty of restaurants, bars
beach is approximately 900 metres long, and it is one of the biggest
British tourists beaches on the Island. It is mainly dominated by
young holidays makers, as the town is well known for it's night
life. The beach offers water-skiing, pedalos, sailing, boat trips
and parasailing. The are also plenty of bars, restaurants and discos,
on the beach and on the sea front.
is a small beach, with vegetation that extends down to the shore.
The beach lies within the Natural Area of Special Interest (ANEI)
of cap de Cala Figuera, the nesting spot of a large number of sea
The beach features two bar/restaurants which have their own hatchery,
and specialize in fresh seafood, rice dishes and fish stews.
Ponça is known as the most historic beach in the Calvià area, and
is ever growing in popularity. There are many summer houses and
hotels but it is still reasonably unspoiled . There are plenty of
beach facilities, sunbeds, unbrellas, water sports and pleasure
craft. There is a well developed town with shops, restaurants and
bars for all tastes.
or Platja del Norts.
Paguera consist of a main beach. The smallest of three is Paguera
Roman It is rich with bars, restaurants and small shops and the
beach has all the facilities such as sun beds, umbrellas, pedalos
and small rocky splash pools for children.
coastline is full of coves with shingle beaches that can sometimes
be difficult to reach, but its definitely worth trying. As this
part of the coastline is in every way a picture postcard coastline.
Deià is a mixture of sand, rock and shingle. It is also another
part of the island where you may spot some of the many famous people
who are attracted to the island, and the many who live in this quaint
part of Mallorca.
The water is crystal clear.
is a major stream which separates the commercial area of the port
from the beach known as Platja d'en Repic. This beach is long (1'100
metres) and very narrow (13 marts), and is mainly a very light shingle
beach. The usual attractions are available, such as sun beds, pedalos
and first aid, but you also can take boat trips from this beach.
road down to the beach is situated between Fornalutx and Pollença.
It is recommended to get a decent map to find this one. Right at
the mouth of the rivers Lluch and Gorg Blau, this beach is one of
the most spectacular beaches on the Island. With clear waters and
breathtaking scenery, the beach offers the setting of a perfect
day. The walk up the rivers is one not to be missed although it
is not possible during the winter after rains. The beach has also
laid its claim to fame for the set of a few movies and commercials.
A definite must.