Costa dels Pins Mallorca

Costa dels Pins Mallorca

As its name suggests, the Costa dels Pins (Pine Tree Coast) is on a slope running down to the sea from the island’s Llevant Mountains.

 

As its name suggests, the Costa dels Pins (Pine Tree Coast) is on a slope running down to the sea from the island’s Llevant Mountains.
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Costa dels Pins Beach

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As its name suggests, the Costa dels Pins (Pine Tree Coast) is on a slope running down to the sea from the island’s Llevant Mountains. These mountains run from the county of Artà to Felanitx in a discontinuous chain that never rises above six hundred metres. The mountain behind the resort protects it from the north winds and separates it from the town of Canyamel in the municipality of Capdepera.
The Costa dels Pins juts into the sea and has a multitude of coves, the best known of which are Sa Marjal and Es Rajolí. They are perfect for those looking for a quiet beach and ideal for snorkelling and diving to see the marine fauna of our coast. A very popular spot with visitors is the Cap des Pinar lookout point, to the north of the Costa dels Pins, with its spectacular views over the whole of Cala Millor bay. There are also attractive hiking routes that link the Costa dels Pins with Canyamel.
The Costa dels Pins is mainly a residential zone with many luxurious houses and is famous for its architecture. Its residents include a large number of well known artists and captains of industry who have chosen this area for their summer residences. It has a small shopping centre with a couple of shops and restaurants, an emblematic hotel, an 18-hole golf course and, of course, unbeatable scenery. The small shopping centre is to the north of the main beach and can be reached on foot, by public bus or on the mini tourist train.

Can Picafort Muro

Can Picafort Muro

Can Picafort Mallorca

Situated along the bay of Alcudia in the municipality of Santa Margalida this town is full of sun, fun and summer buzz.


Major Attractions in Can Picafort

The major attraction of Can Picafort is the beach and all the activities which revolve around it. The beach here is white and sandy with clear water and has all the facilities you would expect to make it family-friendly.


Can Picafort Mallorca

Can Picafort is close to many early Bronze Age settlements, so has a very ancient history.

Playa de Muro

Located in the town of Muro, near Alcúdia, on the northeast coast of the island, each of the four beaches that make-up Playa de Muro are white sand, some with sand dunes.


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The shopping in Can Picafort is geared towards holiday makers in search of fun, sun and souvenirs. There is also a weekly market on Friday mornings.
Markets in Mallorca

A list of the daily markets taking place all over the island of Mallorca selling lots of interesting local produce and great souvenirs to take home.

The major attraction of Can Picafort is the beach and all the activities which revolve around it. The beach here is white and sandy with clear water and has all the facilities you would expect to make it family-friendly.

During peak season this beach is also incredibly busy and crowded. A little further away from the main beach is the quieter beach of ‘Playa de Muro’ which is surrounded by sand dunes.
Toes-in-the-sand eating at Ponderosa Beach

The north of Mallorca is home to this famous beach eatery and bar, which attracts people from all over the island. Book early for Ponderosa Beach! Toes-in-the-sand eating at Ponderosa Beach

You will also find plenty of entertainment and organised sports in Can Picafort. For those interested in history and culture you do not have to travel far to find it with regular day trips being available to quieter parts of Northern Mallorca. There are many more traditional towns nearby.

The wild life reserve of S’Albufera is internationally renowned among bird watchers and consists of marsh and salt lands with many species of birds and other animals. The Tramuntana mountain range is also within travelling distance.

Top Mallorca Beaches

Top Mallorca Beaches

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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.
Cla Mesquida Mallorca

Cala Mesquida


Cla Mesquida Mallorca

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

cala estallencs
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

cala tuent

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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Port de Pollensa

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Bahía de Alcudia

bahia de alcudia

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.

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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