1. Caló des Moro: the natural pool of Mallorca
The Caló des Moro is a beach to fall in love with at first sight.
An impressive natural pool between rocks, idyllic and perfect for a refreshing swim in its crystal clear waters.
In high season it receives thousands of daily visitors, but if you choose the first hours of the day in June and September, you can enjoy the beauty of this beach in all its magnitude.
2. Cala S’almunia: A haven of peace
Located in the town of Santanyi, quite close to the previous one, although much less traveled, we found this small cove. It is a small cove that offers a picture of another era, the one of Mallorcan fishermen of the area who worked here and had their boats for fishing. The only access to the water is through the stone ramps near those little marine houses. It is a perfect place to dive, thanks to the clarity of its water.
3. Cala Mondragó: the turquoise cove
The Mondragó cove is located within the Nature Reserve of the same name.
It is a cove of very natural appearance, with little intervention by man, surrounded by pine forests and rock.
It is a very popular beach in Mallorca, but it is not as saturated as others, so it can be perfect to be visited during the summer.
Its shallow turquoise waters, so characteristic, will make you fall in love.
4- Es Trenc beach: one of the best beaches in Mallorca
Located in the municipality of Campos, it is one of the largest beaches in Mallorca.
Recently it figured in a list of the best beaches in Spain and is one of the most loved and visited by locals and tourists.
Its 3 kilometers of white sand and transparent waters are perfect to feel that you are really in paradise.
5. Playa de Formentor: In a unique enclave
Located in the northern part of the island, the Formentor beach is near the Cape of the same name, magical must visit place on the island.
Its kilometer and a half of fine white sand and its shallow waters make it ideal for unskilled swimmers. A beautiful calm sea surrounded by mountains, a unique place in Mallorca.