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Portals Vell Mallorca

This fine sandy beach is particularly popular with locals and families

Formentor

This lovely narrow beach, on the Formentor peninsula, is lined with pine trees.

Cala Torta

Cala Torta which is close to Artà, is one of the most appealing undeveloped beaches on Mallorca.
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Cala Mesquida


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Top Mallorca beaches

There are 262 beaches on Mallorca with a total length of 50 km. The editors of luxury lifestyle magazine abcMallorca have selected the top 20 beaches on Mallorca for you: lonely calas, sandy family beaches or rocky bays…enjoy Mallorca’s amazing coastline!

Cala Agulla


A beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees and mountains, situated in the municipality of Capdepera, about 80 kilometres from Palma. The water here is sparklingly clean and appears wonderfully light blue, making it the perfect place for swimming and to practise marine sports. Well-connected by pedestrian paths to Cala Mesquida, and along the way you pass neighbouring Cala Moltó, frequented by naturists. Snack bar and a pay-to-park area. Take the Manacor road to Capdepera and then head for Cala Rajada.

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Cala Ratjada

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Portals Vells


This fine sandy beach is particularly popular with locals and families. In the sandy bays with turquoise water there are numerous caves to explore. There is a kiosk offering snacks, a small restaurant, and sanitary facilities. Many big yachts visit this picturesque bay in summer. Only limited parking available.

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Puerto Portals

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Formentor

This lovely narrow beach, on the Formentor peninsula, is lined with pine trees. You’re always close to the clear sparkling water of the Mediterranean when you want to cool off, and the views across the Bay of Pollensa – with boats bobbing nearby – are dreamy. You can arrive here by boat from Puerto Pollensa or by car (stopping along the peninsula road to admire some spectacular scenery). The Barceló Hotel Formentor is located here.

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Cap de Formentor

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Illetas

This small sheltered beach has sparkling clean water and soft golden sand, and is one of the more attractive beaches on the coastline to the southwest of Palma. It’s not a very large beach, so we recommend arriving early to stake your claim to a patch of this paradise. You can hire sun loungers and parasols on the sands or chill out at one of the two good beach clubs – Virtual Club and Las Terrazas – serving this popular resort.

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Illetes

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Son Serra de Marina

This extensive virgin sandy beach is backed by dunes and has sweeping views around the Bay of Alcúdia. Naturists will find a quiet spot to soak up the sun, and fans of water sports will benefit from sea and wind conditions that are often perfect for kite surfing and windsurfing. In cooler weather it’s a great place to walk (around to Colonia Sant Pere) or to ride a horse among the dunes. Although there are no beach services, El Sol Sunshine Bar offers food, drinks and great seaside vibes.

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Son Serra de Marina

Son Serra de Marina

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Cala Llamp

The water in the rocky Cala Llamp is crystal clear and thus perfect for snorkelling. The bay has no sandy beach but a sea water pool, a restaurant and a bar. Usually, there is enough parking space available. Not suitable for small children.

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Port Andratx

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Cala Estellencs

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This small stony beach is a tranquil spot even during high season. It offers easy access to the adjoining rock caves with good diving, snorkelling and swimming. Our tip: fill your picnic basket and spend a summer evening at the beach – the sunsets are unrivalled!

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Andratx

Andratx

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Cala Tuent

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The small gravel beach is embedded in a romantic cave with steep rock faces. With its often rough waves it is the ideal diving and windsurfing ground for experienced sportsmen. Not suitable for children.

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Port de Pollença

The sandy beach of Puerto Pollensa with its shady promenade is long, falling off gently and offers a wide choice of water sport activities. It is said to be one of the finest wind surfing areas on the island. Nice restaurants, cafés and shopping facilities are all in close reach. Many consider the long stretch of Playa de Llenaire to be one of the best beaches on Mallorca, situated within a wonderful bay. Lots of poets and painters have been inspired by the beauty of Puerto de Pollensa.

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Bahía de Alcudia

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The bay of Alcúdia is Mallorca’s longest beach and is among the best developed areas for resorts and hotels in every price range. The good infrastructure, the wide offer of water sport activities and the flat beach make it ideal for families.

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Alcúdia

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Cala Torta, Estreta, Mitjana

Cala Torta which is close to Artà, is one of the most appealing undeveloped beaches on Mallorca. Scuba-diving and snorkelling are highly recommended in this area. All of these three beaches are quite remote so be prepared for a bumpy ride through a small mountain range which takes about 25-30 minute on a road full of huge potholes. The reward is a virtually deserted white beach with crystal clear water. A small restaurant offers freshly caught fish and seafood from the Mallorcan waters. Perhaps one of best places to relax on the island. Directions: Drive out of Artà on the road to Capdepera and the beaches are signed on a small road on the left just past a petrol station.

Banyalbufar Mallorca

Banyalbufar Mallorca

Banyalbufar is a Mallorcan town located in the Sierra de Tramontana mountain range, west of the island and about 45 minutes by car from Palma de Mallorca city. The town has become quite popular in recent years due to the great touristic attraction this mountain range has become, arousing great interest among visitors.

It is a beautiful town embedded in the mountains, with a lot of history and great traditions behind, that has managed to keep its Mediterranean and Mallorcan essence intact while becoming a fantastic option for tourists visiting the area.

The town is surprisingly small and its inhabitants are few. Despite this, visitors come year after year in order to visit one of the Mallorcan gems, a precious stop that still does not have a mass influx of tourism. Next, we will review everything that is worthwhile visiting and doing in Banyalbufar, so we can make the most of our time.

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How to get there

Banyalbufar can be reached by car from Palma de Mallorca in about 40 minutes and from Palma Airport in just over 40 minutes.

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What to see

The village

One of the main attractions in Banyalbufar is the views. Both the town itself and other smaller towns in the area are beautiful to visit and have stunning views for being located in mountainous areas. Just travelling the region by car is meaningful as the winding roads allow us to enjoy the spectacular scenery in the region.

Awaiting in the town centre is part of its historical value. It is highly recommended to take a walk to experience the waterfall and Tower of Ses Ànimes, a historic tower built in the 17th century as a defence mechanism against potential pirate attacks.

Wineries and vineyards

Banyalbufar is really unique. The town has enjoyed the eagerness of its very active population dedicated mainly to the cultivation of grapes, specifically the Malvasia grape, highly appreciated by regional winemakers.

Visiting some of the wineries and enjoying the different stores will be a fulfilling experience. Among them we have the Son Vives winery, whose wines are produced on terraces that have been hand-carved on the slopes of the town. Also Celler Ca’n Pico, which is surely the smallest and most exclusive winery in Mallorca. The vineyards, which are one of the main attractions of this town, can also be visited.

Es Port des Canonge harbour

It is a very picturesque fishing harbour and one of the most unique on the island. Here you will be faced by the impulse of grabbing your camera and taking as many photos as possible as the landscape is breathtaking. It is also a cove with abundant posidonia remains and gravel, where you can swim if the waters are calm.

What to do

Trekking

Nature lovers and those interested in sports activities in the mountains may enjoy a hiking route that goes from Banyalbufar to the beautiful harbour of Es Port des Canonge. The route is well-marked, so no worries.

Beaches

The beaches and coves are other great attractions of the area. In general, the entire coastal area of ​​the region is very attractive for its proximity to the mountains and forests in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range.

Cala Banyalbufar is a beautiful cove with a wild flare that will make nature lovers have the best time of their lives.

Es Corral Fals is an impressive cove surrounded by the stunning and radical combination of mountain and sea coming together to shape to life a truly spectacular landscape. A must-see.

Son Bunyola: this beach is 400 metres on foot from Port des Canonge, where the prevailing presence of cliffs of reddish tones lingers. The beach has thick pebbles and gravel.

Where to eat

This town has plenty of options to enjoy first-class food. Just like Mallorca, Banyalbufar has also benefited from the great influence of foreigners visiting and such trend has reached the hospitality industry.

This is why now, we can find a restaurant such as 1661 Cuina de Banyalbufar, whose owners, two German brothers, offer exquisite dishes. This establishment has without a doubt become a reference not only in Banyalbufar, but throughout Mallorca.

Son Tomás is another option of us to enjoy good food on the island. This restaurant has been awarded the Bib Gourmand distinction by the famous Michelin Guide for its high quality and affordable prices.

As a matter of fact, by just walking around town, we will be able to find many bars and cafés in which to savour a varied range of tapas and authentic Mediterranean food made with local products.

Where to lodge

This town is perfectly prepared to welcome the yearly touristic demand, so it will not be hard for you to find accommodation in one of the charming small hotels available. The different rural accommodations grant the visitor the unbelievable experience of being and resting in nature while getting away from the hustle and bustle of big cities.

The weather

Banyalbufar has a typical Mediterranean climate. However, its location near the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range attributes it certain particularities, still managing to maintain pleasant temperatures throughout the year. Tourists who want to get away from the excessive heat in other touristic areas in Spain will find here a perfect place to enjoy themselves all year round, especially during spring and until the end of summer.

Surroundings

Estellencs is a town near Banyalbufar, just about 15 minutes by car. This town has a unique and fascinating landscape that is a worthwhile stop. Its proximity to the Galatzó Mountain makes it a special place and will surely amaze you.

Deià, Valldemossa and Esporles are other towns in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range near Banyalbufar that will not disappoint you.

Puigpunyent, with its Puig de Galatzó and the Puig de Galatzó Natural Reserve, is a perfect place for hikers, but also for other people longing for nature.

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Cala Millor Beach

Cala Millor Beach

Scenery and Nature. Cala Millor’s main attraction is its extensive beach of fine sand with crystalline waters. It is almost two kilometres long with a seafront promenade that runs along its whole length. Sun –lots of sun–, sand, sea and protected marine flora are the main natural resources that identify Cala Millor. Before the tourist boom of the 1960s, Cala Millor was a long beach with a few small houses, sand dunes and the typical scrub vegetation with pine and tamarind trees, brambles, wild olive trees, junipers, thistles and the typical fauna of the eastern

CALA MILLOR’s wide range of quality accommodation, shops, services, attractions, scenery and the safe, tranquil nature of the area makes it ideal for families with small children and more mature holidaymakers. It is a magnificent holiday resort that attracts thousands of visitors, many of whom return year after year, generation after generation, proving its unquestionable attraction.

Environmental management, the beauty and cleanliness of its waters and its modern infrastructure have led it to be awarded the Blue Flag in recent years. Cala Millor Beach also has the Integrated Tourism Quality System (SICTED) seal of approval awarded by the Ministry of Tourism and Sport. Visitors can download an app with information about the weather, the environment, services and safety advice.

Shopping. A one-kilometre-long pedestrian street runs from one end of Cala Millor to the other. It has shops selling international clothing brands, jewellers, boutiques, perfumeries, souvenir, shoe and sports clothing shops, many bars and restaurants, ice cream parlours, etc.

The Local Population. The residential areas of flats and houses are mainly in the municipality of Son Servera.

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Cala Agulla

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A beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees and mountains, situated in the municipality of Capdepera, about 80 kilometres from Palma de Mallorca. The water here is sparklingly clean and appears wonderfully light blue, making it the perfect place for swimming and to practise marine sports. Well-connected by pedestrian paths to Cala Mesquida, and along the way you pass neighbouring Cala Moltó, frequented by naturists. Snack bar and a pay-to-park area. Take the Manacor road to Capdepera and then head for Cala Rajada.

Portals Vells

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This fine sandy beach is particularly popular with locals and families. In the sandy bays with turquoise water there are numerous caves to explore. There is a kiosk offering snacks, a small restaurant, and sanitary facilities. Many big yachts visit this picturesque bay in summer. Only limited parking available.

Formentor

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This lovely narrow beach, on the Formentor peninsula, is lined with pine trees. You’re always close to the clear sparkling water of the Mediterranean when you want to cool off, and the views across the Bay of Pollensa – with boats bobbing nearby – are dreamy. You can arrive here by boat from Puerto Pollensa or by car (stopping along the peninsula road to admire some spectacular scenery). The Barceló Hotel Formentor is located here.

Illetas

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This small sheltered beach has sparkling clean water and soft golden sand, and is one of the more attractive beaches on the coastline to the southwest of Palma. It’s not a very large beach, so we recommend arriving early to stake your claim to a patch of this paradise. You can hire sun loungers and parasols on the sands or chill out at one of the two good beach clubs – Virtual Club and Las Terrazas – serving this popular resort.

Son Serra de Marina

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This extensive virgin sandy beach is backed by dunes and has sweeping views around the Bay of Alcúdia. Naturists will find a quiet spot to soak up the sun, and fans of water sports will benefit from sea and wind conditions that are often perfect for kite surfing and windsurfing. In cooler weather it’s a great place to walk (around to Colonia Sant Pere) or to ride a horse among the dunes. Although there are no beach services, El Sol Sunshine Bar offers food, drinks and great seaside vibes.

Cala Llamp

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The water in the rocky Cala Llamp is crystal clear and thus perfect for snorkelling. The bay has no sandy beach but a sea water pool, a restaurant and a bar. Usually, there is enough parking space available. Not suitable for small children.

Cala Estellencs

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This small stony beach is a tranquil spot even during high season. It offers easy access to the adjoining rock caves with good diving, snorkelling and swimming. Our tip: fill your picnic basket and spend a summer evening at the beach – the sunsets are unrivalled!

Cala Tuent

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The small gravel beach is embedded in a romantic cave with steep rock faces. With its often rough waves it is the ideal diving and windsurfing ground for experienced sportsmen. Not suitable for children.

Puerto Pollensa

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The sandy beach of Puerto Pollensa with its shady promenade is long, falling off gently and offers a wide choice of water sport activities. It is said to be one of the finest wind surfing areas on the island. Nice restaurants, cafés and shopping facilities are all in close reach. Many consider the long stretch of Playa de Llenaire to be one of the best beaches on Mallorca, situated within a wonderful bay. Lots of poets and painters have been inspired by the beauty of Puerto de Pollensa.

Bahía de Alcudia

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The bay of Alcudia is Mallorca’s longest beach and is among the best developed areas for resorts and hotels in every price range. The good infrastructure, the wide offer of water sport activities and the flat beach make it ideal for families.

Cala Torta, Estreta, Mitjana

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Cala Torta which is close to Artà, is one of the most appealing undeveloped beaches on Mallorca. Scuba-diving and snorkelling are highly recommended in this area. All of these three beaches are quite remote so be prepared for a bumpy ride through a small mountain range which takes about 25-30 minute on a road full of huge potholes. The reward is a virtually deserted white beach with crystal clear water. A small restaurant offers freshly caught fish and seafood from the Mallorcan waters. Perhaps one of best places to relax on the island. Directions: Drive out of Artà on the road to Capdepera and the beaches are signed on a small road on the left just past a petrol station.

Cala Mesquida, near Capdepera

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The magnificent Mesquida bay lies six kilometres to the north of Cala Rajada and its open views make it one of the most beautiful in the north-east of the island. It has various facilities for beach visitors. A watchtower atop a small mountain looks down over the more built-up end of the beach. The fine white sands make it great for relaxing or walking, and this is one of the few beaches where surfers can often catch a wave.

Cala Millor

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The stretch of beach between Cala Millor and Cala Bona is sandy and one of the best on the east coast of Mallorca. It is a kilometre-and-a-half long and backed by a promenade perfect for walking, cycling, browsing the gift shops or taking refreshments in one of the many cafés, bars or restaurants. This promenade will take you all the way to the fishing harbour at Cala Bona. The sea is initially shallow and quite safe – appropriate for children.

Cala Mondragó

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This stunning sandy double bay is located in the environment-protected area of Mondragó and ranges among the most beautiful spots on the East coast. The pine wood stretches almost to the turquoise coloured sea, the sand is fine and white and the form of the bay gives it natural shelter. Ideal for families with small children. There is a beach bar offering snacks and refreshments and a big public car park.

Es Trenc between Sant Jordi and Ses Covetes

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The largest unspoilt beach on the island, 60 meters wide and 3.5 km long of white sandy beach backed by sand dunes.. The beach is flat with fine white sand and turquois Carribean-like water and equally popular with tourists and the locals. Two beach bars offer refreshments and snacks with cool chill-out music playing in the background. Regrettably there are no sanitary facilities or fresh water showers and it can get rather crowded in high season, particularly at the weekend. Free parking is limited, paid parking available. Directions: Drive through Campos following signs to Santanyí. Immediately after leaving Campos there is sign on your right to Es Trenc.

Playa de Palma

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Despite being one of the hotspots, Playa de Palma remains one of the nicest and most popular beaches on the island. The gently sloping beach, the clear water and the wide choice of activities are the perfect mix for a delightful day on the beach.

Cala Varques

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One for those who don’t like to share the beach with too many others! On the east coast, near the Calas de Mallorca, it’s not easy to find – which is part of its attraction. Park in a lane, and pass through large metal gates to take the 15 minute walk through pines down to the cove. You’ll be rewarded with clear turquoise waters and tranquillity, but may be sharing the sands with a few naturists – and, possibly, the odd curious bull!

Cala Portals Nous

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Close to the beautiful harbour of Puerto Portals you will find a long sandy beach. Popular with the local Mallorcan residents, it has sunshades and loungers to rent, and showers. With a few very nice restaurants on or close to teh beach this is a nice option for a relaxing day with the family.

Playa de Muro

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Golden sandy beach that is the continuation of the beach of Puerto Alcudia until you reach Can Picafort. This stretch of Mallorcan coastline is now dotted with luxury five star hotels and good restaurants and beach clubs.

 

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