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Beaches in Mallorca

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Cala Serena

Cala Serena
Near Felanitx

A small but very nice beach close to Cala d'Or and the much busier Cala Ferrera..
Sand beach. Generally Quiet

Alcudia
Alcanada

Close to the Port of Alcudia the beach at Alcanada is a pebble beach often visited by families during the summer.

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Arta
Arenal de Sa Canova

Arenal de sa Canova is a long beach at 1.5km and it is a little out of the way so tends to be quiet even during the height of summer.

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Capdepera
Cala Agulla

A beautiful and long sandy beach in the North East of Mallorca close to Capdepera and Cala Ratjada.

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Manacor
Cala Anguila

A fine white sand beach close to Portocristo in the East of Mallorca.

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Pollensa
Cala Castell

Wild and beautiful beach that is calm and peaceful and only known by the locals

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Felanitx
Cala d'en Marcal

A sand beach close to the town of Portocolom.

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Cala d'Or
Cala d'Or

This is not the main Cala d'Or beach, so if you want to get away from the crowds why not try this little gem.

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Deia
Cala Deia

A little known bay with a pebble beach at the foot of the cliffs in Deiá.

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Andratx
Cala en Fonoll

A small sandy beach just West of Port Andratx.

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Cala d'Or
Cala Esmeralda

Cala Esmeralda is a beautiful little beach situated just 14 kilometers from Portocolom. The name Esmeralda comes from the greenish blue colour of the water that twinkles with the rays of sun.

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Cala Estancia
Cala Estancia

A smallish beach located in the community of Cala Estancia with many bars and restaurants nearby.

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Cap Falco
Cala Falco

Cala Falco is a narrow but deep bay with water perfect swimming and sunbeds for hire.

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Felanitx
Cala Ferrera

A very fine but busy beach close to Cala d'Or.

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Pollensa
Cala Formentor

Cala Formentor is a beautiful beach that sits below the internationally renowned Hotel Formentor, whose guests have included famous artists and politicians as well as important events organised there. Winston Churchill, John Wayne, Octavio Paz and others have stayed here.

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Andratx
Cala Llamp

A rock beach, like many of the beaches in the South West of Mallorca.

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Santanyí
Cala Llombards

A beautiful, quiet, sandy cove that locals adore. Great place to visit in both winter and summer.

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Cala Mayor
Cala Mayor

Lovely sandy beach with an excellent 5* star hotel that overlooks the beach.

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Capdepera
Cala Mesquida

Cala Mesquida is a long sandy beach in the North East of Mallorca.

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Cala Millor
Cala Millor

Cala Millor is 3 kilometres from Son Servera and is also known as Son Moro and Cala Nau. This coastal area is very touristy and is one of the best most crowded beaches in Majorca in the height of the summer season, but it's still a beautiful beach and worth a visit.

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Llucmajor
Cala Pi

A small but beautiful cove with fine white sand and a superb chiringuito (beach bar).

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Son Servera
Cala sa Marjal

Cala sa Marjal is situated 4 kilometres from Son Servera in the North East of Mallorca. It is the widest beach of the bay of Son Servera and the only sandy beach in the vicinity.

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Felanitx
Cala Serena

A small but very nice beach close to Cala d'Or and the much busier Cala Ferrera..

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Arta
Cala Torta

A popular and beautiful beach close to Arta in the North East of Mallorca.

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Santa Ponsa
Calo d'en Pellicer

A small cove close to Santa Ponsa with fine white sand.

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Andratx
Camp de Mar

A fine sand beach close to Port Andratx with many bars and restaurants nearby.

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Alcudia
Can Picafort

Can Picafort is one of the oldest of the bays of Alcudia.

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Portixol
Ciudad Jardin

Another of Palma's great beaches. You wouldn't think that you were just outside of the city. Great views across the bay of Palma.

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Portixol
El Molinar

The beach at Molinar is actually lots of small beaches all along the same stretch in front of a number of residential buildings.

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Ses Salines
Es Carbó

Platja d'es Carbó is situated just outside Colonia de Sant Jordi in the East of Mallorca, and is in front of the small island of Na Molina. It's one of the most visited yet unspoilt sandy beaches in this area.

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Campos
Es Trenc

Es Trenc is a stunning beach in a great location, and possibly the best known on the island. You'd think that you were in the Caribbean and not Mallorca. Simply amazing!

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Ses Salines
Estanys

Estanys has many names, some of them are Raconada de s'Estanys, Molí de s'Estany or Platja des Marqués and they are the beaches that belongs to Campos. The beach is situated 7 kilometres from ses Salines, between Punta de sa Llova and des Tords.

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Illetes
Illetes

Illetes is a small bay and beach that gets very busy in the summer, full of both locals and tourists.

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Magaluf
Magaluf

The most famous town in Mallorca that was built around a great sand beach.

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Palmanova
Palmanova

Just around the headland from Magaluf, Palmanova is another nice beach and little more family friendly.

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Palma de Mallorca
Platja de Can Pere Antoni

Great city beach in Palma that it is worth checking out!

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Alcudia
Playa de Alcudia

A very long fine white sand beach close to the town of Alcudia which can get quite busy in the height of summer.

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Muro
Playa de Muro

The Playa de Muro is actually in between Can Picafort and Alcudia in the North of Mallorca. It covers over 5km and is actually made up of 4 distinct stretches.

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Playa de Palma
Playa de Palma

One of the most well known beaches on Mallorca for its proximity to Palma and the large German community surrounding it.

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Pollensa
Port de Pollensa

The area of Port de Pollensa has always had a quiet and peaceful atmosphere which explains why this part of the coast of Mallorca has inspired many artists and writers.

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Valldemossa
Port de Valldemossa

Port de Valldemossa or Sa Marina as its is also known is six kilometres from the village of Valldemossa, off the beaten track and not used by tourists.

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Soller
Port Soller

This mix of gravel and sand beach at the end of the Carretera General Sóller is not too overcrowded and is visited and liked by both locals and tourists.

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Son Servera
Port Vell

Port Vell is situated 3 kilometres from Son Servera and as the name indicates it used to be a small port.

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Cala Figuera
Portals Vels I

The largest of the three beaches at Portals Vels and with the nicest sand.

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Porto Cristo
Porto Cristo

A nice beach close to the port with facilities nearby and a great environment.

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Llucmajor
S'Arenal

A famous beach that connects with Playa de Palma and is as such very close to Palma. Technically this beach falls under the municipality of Llucmajor.

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Campos
S'Arenal de sa Rapita

Great beach popular with locals and tourists and a real hit with the surfers and windsurfers.

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Alcudia
S'illot

This rather isolated beach is on the headland separating Alcudia and Pollensa and is quiet and beautiful.

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Sa Calobra
Sa Calobra

A small beach in the North West of Mallorca that is truly unique.

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Sant Llorenc
Sa Coma

Sa Coma is a beautiful beach situated 5 kilometers from Portocristo.

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Banyalbufar
Sa Galera

A pebble beach at the foot of the impressive cliffs of Banyalbufar.

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Andratx
Sant Elm

Sant Elm is a very busy tourist beach West of Andratx with plenty of bars and restaurants nearby.

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Santa Ponsa
Santa Ponsa

A large sandy beach close to the main tourist centre of Santa Ponsa.

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Santa Margalida
Son Real

Son Real is situated 12 kilometres from Can Picafort and the name comes from the river that flows into sea. In 1991 the government of Mallorca declared this area as a Natural park as it has a large amount of flora and fauna.

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