Majorca, Spain is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the world. These beaches not only feature crystal clear water, but coves, mountains, and even ancient archeological wonders. Exploring the beaches is easy, but you do need a car in order to get around to the different ones. If you want to rent a car in Majorca, ROIG is an excellent service to use to help ensure you can get around the island easily. Below are some of the top beaches you can venture to in Majorca, Spain when visiting the area.
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The best beaches to visit in Majorca
The Cala Mesquida beach is known for its white sands and tranquil turquoise water that is bordered by towering sand dunes and fragrant pine trees. This beach is filled with various types of exotic birds which is why it’s a designated bird sanctuary. You can walk around on the beach and down one of its numerous pathways or visit one of the many shops located near it.
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This beach is the perfect spot for nature lovers. It is completely engulfed by large rock formations and located at the end of a gorge. There are lighted tunnels you can use to get around the beach which can help to save time when you’re trying to navigate it. The sand here is covered in pebbles and has a stunning view out to sea where you can watch boats sail by.
Cala Millor is known for its clear water that sparkles with various shades of light blue and green. It’s located near one of the main resort areas in Majorca, so you’ll have plenty of shops and restaurants to explore when you’re done swimming or sunbathing. If you’re looking for something a bit more private, Cala Millor has a stunning nature retreat at the end of it, known as Punta d’Amer, which features not only breathtaking flora and fauna, but a historic watchtower and a magnificent bay you can explore. There are many pathways marked alongside the beach so you can easily take a hike around the retreat.
This picturesque beach is an untouched area in Majorca as it’s situated within the boundaries of the Mondragó National Park. It features impressive rock formations, sand dunes made out of a soft white sand, and even secret coves you can wander through. While a bit small compared to the other beaches on the island, Cala Mondragó is one of the best places to visit in Majorca to experience nature. Besides relaxing on the sand or going swimming, the beach offers snorkeling equipment you can use and even boat rides you can take around the water.
Es Trenc is a stunning beach paradise filled with many beautiful natural wonders. It is part of a nature retreat which means it’s completely undeveloped so you can enjoy the untouched beauty of the sand, water, and coves. This small beach is filled with white sand and is surrounded by light blue water. You’ll find a few beach bars scattered near the edge of it which are a great place to grab a quick drink. You can walk through the sand dunes covered in colorful sea grass to get to the different areas on the beach, like to a famous salt shop which sells pieces of the iconic Mallorca salt. One can also rent some snorkeling gear or a boat you can take out on the water.
This beach is a popular destination in Majorca, but it’s surprisingly not overcrowded. Cala Formentor is bordered by ancient trees whose branches hang down over the sand to provide shade. You’ll also find the sand is scattered with boulders you can climb. The beach is great for watersports and for those who want some scenic views while enjoying their time on the beach. You can even walk a bit down the beach to the end where you can see the Cap de Formentor which is home to a lighthouse.
Port de Pollença
Port de Pollença is situated next to the Bay of Pollença which features soft sand, massive cliffs, and clear blue water. The beach offers great views and many restaurants and shops you can stop by at. The beach is also bordered by some historic sites, like the Pine Walk, which is a long stretch of beautiful buildings built during the 20thcentury which overlook the bay. You can even climb up to the top of an old watchtower nearby to get some great views of the sunset at the end of the day.
Majorca is a great destination for beach and nature lovers to venture to. Not only is it home to many stunning beaches, but ones that have their own distinct personality. If you’re searching for some great places to visit and unwind at while in Majorca, or are just looking for unique destinations to explore, definitely keep these beaches in mind.
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