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A small but very nice beach close to Cala d'Or and the much busier Cala Ferrera..
Sand beach. Generally Quiet
Close to the Port of Alcudia the beach at Alcanada is a pebble beach often visited by families during the summer.
A fine white sand beach close to Portocristo in the East of Mallorca.
Cala d'en Marcal
A sand beach close to the town of Portocolom.
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.
Cala Falco is a narrow but deep bay with water perfect swimming and sunbeds for hire.
A beautiful, quiet, sandy cove that locals adore. Great place to visit in both winter and summer.
Lovely sandy beach with an excellent 5* star hotel that overlooks the beach.
A small but beautiful cove with fine white sand and a superb chiringuito (beach bar).
Calo d'en Pellicer
A small cove close to Santa Ponsa with fine white sand.
Can Picafort is one of the oldest of the bays of Alcudia.
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.
The beach at Molinar is actually lots of small beaches all along the same stretch in front of a number of residential buildings.
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!
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.
Palma de Mallorca
Platja de Can Pere Antoni
Great city beach in Palma that it is worth checking out!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Portals Vels I
The largest of the three beaches at Portals Vels and with the nicest sand.
S'Arenal de sa Rapita
Great beach popular with locals and tourists and a real hit with the surfers and windsurfers.
A small beach in the North West of Mallorca that is truly unique.
A pebble beach at the foot of the impressive cliffs of Banyalbufar.