Almost 2 kilometres of pure, white sand and translucent water, this gem is regularly voted the most popular naturist beach in Mallorca. Several spots are actually marked for ‘naturists,’ though many wear swimsuits.
Despite its remote and natural setting, Es Trenc offers all the conveniences, from sunbeds to toilets, restaurants to ramps for the disabled. Free of hotels, you’ll find resorts nearby at Colonia Sant Jordi, just one kilometer southeast, and private holiday lets plus a large marina at Sa Rapita. Children have great fun playing in the shallow waters, which give the beach a tropical look. You’ll often see sailboats, catamarans and yachts of all sizes at anchor. Water activities are limited. Es Trenc is quite crowded in July and August, but parking is plentiful and access easy.
By Memphis Holland
20 August, 2018