Mallorca is the most diverse island. Exploring island feels more like visiting a country than vacationing on an island. Every region has beaches that offer a range of experiences. While Mallorca has some of the best beaches in Europe, each has its own character. Whether you prefer the fine sand of Cala Mondragò, the rocky outcroppings around Sant Elm, or a mix of both in Pollença and Alcúdia, your new favorite beach is waiting to be discovered.
With 26 Blue-Flag beaches, you’ll find stunning seaside spots an easy drive from any village on the island. From the northeast to the southwest, the coastline offers crystal blue waters and soft, fine sand. From the southwest up along the stunning mountain coast to Sóller and Cala Formentor, rocky outcrops and small sand and pebble beaches abound. Hike to remote shoreline surprises you’ll remember for a lifetime. Drive friends and loved ones to others they’ll never forget.
Ace a new top 10 list of unspoiled Mallorca beaches. Begin in the southeast and finish the seaside trip of your dreams in the powdery sands off the northeast shore.
Cala Mondragó #
Our favorite! Unspoiled by real estate development and with an abundance of wildlife, experience the traditional ways Mallorquin materials and dwellings graced the island. To read more >> Cala Mondrago
Caló del Moro #
One of the best kept secrets on the island: a quaint, undeveloped beach extending between rocky outcroppings and steep cliffs. Fine, sandy beaches and clear, dancing waters of turquoise and light blue. Nearby, you'll also find Cala s'Almunia. The southeast part of the island is an undiscovered treasure with limited development which means you can enjoy Mallorca the way it use to be. To read more >> Caló des Moro
Cala Llombards #
A secluded beach surrounded by steep cliffs and rocky areas, borderByed with pine trees and lush bushes. Soft, white sand plays against the crystal-clear, turquoise sea. An ideal place for snorkeling. To read more and use the map to find this gem, click here >> Cala Llombards
Es Trenc #
Almost 2.5 kilometres of pure, white sand and translucent water, regularly voted the most popular naturist beach in Mallorca. This beach is close to Campos on the southern coast of Mallorca and is part of the Natural Area of Special Interest Es Trenc-Salobrar de Campos. Es Trenc extends from Sa Ràpita to Colònia de Sant Jordi. The beach has shallow, calm water and is very popular among families. Easily accessible, this beach has two paid parking areas in Ses Arenes and Ses Covetes. You can even access it by bus from Palma and El Arenal.
Cala Esmeralda #
Near Cala d'Or, this is a top beach for families, this beach is 50 metres long and 40 metres wide, not very large. Usually super crowded in summertime, you'll find plenty of restaurants and facilities, this seasonal, residential beach is also a busy tourist hotel nearby. Crystal-clear waters framed by wild local vegetation make this one of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
To read more and find a map to show the location >> Cala Esmeralda
Cala d’Egos - Port Andratx #
A remote beach prized by locals in Andratx and Calvia, this beach is accessible only by boat or down a steep path along the face of surrounding cliffs. Either way, the reward is worth the effort! To read more, watch a video and find this special location, click here >> Cala D’Egos Port Andratx
Sant Elm #
With the Tramuntana Mountains as a backdrop and Sa Dragonera Natural Park as your vista, enjoy full-service facilities and easy access to one of the most beautiful spots in Mallorca's southwest. Street parking is available so be sure not to park in any of the residential spaces. In summertimes, you'll see many of the larger yachts anchored offshore. Watch for jellyfish that come in with the tides. With limited tourism for the past year, this is an IDEAL location for snorkeling. You will be able to see dolphins and enjoy local flora and fauna. To read more >>. Sant Elm
My husband has joked for years that the name is really "Banyaltoofar." This an absolute treasure of a place - not for the beach but for the sea views and salty air. This is a magical place with breathtaking sunsets, especially in September. This is your destination if you are drawn to remote villages on the coast. The beach is rocky so swimming or sunbathing are not the allure. To get here, you'll drive through Estellencs or Esporles. To see more and watch a video of the area, click here >> Banyalbufar
Sa Calobra #
If being in the scene of a movie appeals to you, this is your secret seashore. Sa Calobra is a secluded spot in stunning surroundings, absolutely unique on the island. A few mega yachts venture to this remote location for privacy and in the summer, you may find a few musicians playing instruments because the tones in this cala produce magical tones. This is a one of a kind place. To learn more and how to find it, click here >> Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis
Cala Formentor #
In the Top 10 list of best European beaches rated by journalists and tourists, this is a great place to escape the summer heat in the sheltering arms of natural forests and untamed vegetation. This long stretch of the finest, whitest sand never loses its lush green appeal. If you are visiting Pollença or Arta in the northeast part of the island, this place is a must visit to take in the natural beauty. Cala Formentor is a more luxurious area, better for honeymooners and couples than families with children. To find this beach and read more, click here >> Cala Formentor
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By Memphis Holland
21 May, 2022