The 10 Most Stunning Coves of Mallorca

15 July 2018

Mallorca, many agree, has the best beaches in Europe. Whether you prefer the fine sand of Cala Mondrago, the rocky outcroppings around Sant Elm, or a mix of both in Pollensa and Alcudia, 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 mountain coast to Soller 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 Mondrago
  1. Cala Mondrago

Our favorite! Unspoiled by real estate development and with an abundance of wildlife, experience the traditional ways Mallorquin materials and dwellings graced the island.

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2. Caló des Moro. One of the best kept secrets on the island: a quaint, undeveloped beach stretched between rocky outcroppings and steep cliffs offering fine sandy beaches and clear, turquoise and light blue water.
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3. Cala Llombards.

A secluded beach surrounded by steep cliffs and rocky areas, bordered with pine trees and lush bushes. Soft, white sand plays against the crystal-clear, turquoise sea. An ideal place for snorkeling

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4. Es Trenc.

Almost 2 kilometres of pure, white sand and translucent water, regularly voted the most popular naturist beach in Mallorca.
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5. Cala Esmeralda.

Crystal-clear waters framed by wild local vegetation make this one of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
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6. Cala d’Egos, Port Andratx.

A remote beach prized by locals, accessible only by boat or down a steep path along the face of surrounding cliffs. Either way, the reward is worth the effort!
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7. Sant Elm.

With the Tramuntana Mountains as a backdrop and Dragonera Island as your vista, enjoy full-service facilities and easy access to one of the most beautiful spots in Mallorca's southwest.
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8. Banyalbufar

A magical place with breathtaking views. This is your destination if swimming or sunbathing are not what draws you to the azure sea.
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9. Sa Calobra.

Your secret seashore, a secluded spot in stunning surroundings, absolutely unique on the island.
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10. Cala Formentor.

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.
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15 July, 2018

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