5 coves to visit in Majorca

It is one of the Spanish Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean. Palma is its capital and is renowned for its seaside resorts, protected coves, limestone mountains and Moorish and Roman ruins. Its clear turquoise waters add to the charm of this incredible destination. It’s one of the most popular destinations on the Mediterranean for tourists who want to soak up the sun on the most beautiful beaches, coves and so on. There are 200 registered on the island, plus hidden coves. Here is our list of the 5 coves to visit in Majorca.

Cala Agulla

This white sandy beach is quite large and forms part of the natural area of special interest declared by the Parliament of the Balearic Islands in 1991. It is, however, quite touristy, so arrive early to avoid the crowds. Many services are available on site, including a bar, hammock service, showers and other facilities.

Sa Calobra

Sa Calobra beach is one of Mallorca’s most photographed beaches. It is located on the Tramuntana coast and can be reached via the winding road between Sóller and Pollença, or by hiking across the Torrent de Parreis. Getting there by two-wheeler or car is an adventure, with its snake-like winding road from which it takes its name. The beach is narrow and surrounded by cliffs, which adds to its charm. It’s a pebble beach, so don’t forget your shoes. Take something to eat and drink, as there are no services.

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Caló des Moro

Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful coves on the island, its white sand, turquoise waters and vegetation make it the perfect place to spend the day. The cove is surrounded by cliffs and quite difficult to access. But if you’re brave enough, you won’t regret it ! The area is also ideal for diving and snorkeling. It’s accessible by shuttle bus from Santanyí, leaving you just a 15-minute walk away.

Cala Mondragó

This cove is much less frequented by tourists, making it the perfect place to relax by the water. It has been declared a Nature Park, then an Area of Interest for birdwatchers due to its large bird population. It is surrounded by a pine forest and covered with white sand.

Cala Llombards

Cala Llombards is one of the most unspoilt beaches on the eastern side of the island of Mallorca. The beach is formed by the mouth of a torrent, which itself has created several small coves in the surrounding area. Here you can admire the splendid high cliffs that encircle the beach, and the small pine forest in the background. It’s easy to reach by car, thanks to free parking, but not by bus. For hiking enthusiasts, several excursions leave from this beach, passing through villages and other beaches, to arrive, for one of them, at Calo des Moro, for example.

If you’re heading off to sunbathe in Mallorca, be sure to visit these magnificent coves, which will leave you with unforgettable memories.

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