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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

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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Pollensa
Cala Castell

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

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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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Andratx
Cala Llamp

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

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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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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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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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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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Alcudia
S'illot

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

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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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