Beaches in Mallorca
There are numerous beaches and bays located close to our villas that are just waiting to be discovered! Simply enter the name of your villa or the town where you are staying and all of the beaches in your area will be displayed on the map. Whether its secluded, remote bays or popular beaches, you will have a complete overview of all your options!
The Platja de son Moll beach is well signposted and easy to find. From Capdepera, head towards Cala Ratjada and then straight on to the seaside.
The beautiful, clear bay is well signposted, allowing you to find it with ease. The beach is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and dunes.
The Cap de Ses Salines is the southernmost point on Mallorca. When the weather is good, you can see the almost uninhabited island of Cabrera, which neighbours Mallorca to the south.
The Platja de Sant Elm is divided into two smaller sections, one of which is around 120 metres in length, the other of which is about 80 metres long.
To reach this beach, surrounded by cliffs covered in vegetation, simply follow the steep staircase downwards.
The Platja de Palma is not only the most famous beach on Mallorca, but also its most-frequented.
This pretty but small bay is especially popular with locals. Between the overgrown elevations, full of pine trees and bushes, take a staircase down towards the beach.
Cala Pi is a romantic bay with beautiful, crystal-clear water. It runs deeply into the country, like a fjord.
A few hundred metres west of the Club NÃ¡utico S'Estanyol de Migjorn marina, the Raco de S'Arena begins.
The Platja es Trenc is not only one of the most attractive beaches in Europe, but it is also the longest natural sandy shore on Mallorca.
The Platja de es CarbÃ³ is the largest of a chain of sandy beaches south of Colonia de Sant Jordi.
Take the well-developed footpath to the east from Colonia de Sant Jordi to reach this beautiful fairytale beach.
The superb, small-scale Cala Marmols lies in a beautiful bay, fenced in by 20-metre-high rocky walls
Encircled by high craggy rocks, the beach of Calo des Moro is a beautiful beach that is well-worth a visit.
The romantic bay of Cala Llombards is surrounded by fjord-esque cliffs that rise from the sea on both sides.
The beach of Cala Santanyi offers all sorts of amenities, including a parasol rental and deck chairs.
This fairytale beach in the so-called "Bay of Figs" is not a beach in the real sense of the word.
This beautiful beach is located at the edge of a nature reserve. It offers amenities such as a small seaside bar.
This sandy bay, framed by pine forests, offers everything you need to spend the whole day at the beach.
This small sandy beach is located along from a swimming pool, which can be used free of charge.
This small piece of sandy beach is located below a pool area in the harbour town or Portopetro.
In the small town of Portopetro, a road leads along the harbour, past landing stages for boats, as well as houses.
In the middle of a deeply-carved bay, between two large hotel complexes, lies the small sandy beach of Cala Egos.
The tiny sandy bay of Cala des Pou provides a Caribbean atmosphere while swimming thanks to its two large palm trees and beautiful greenery.
Ringed by a pine wood, the Cala d'Or was extended to the rear by sand-covered terraces.
The rocky cove Cala Esmerelda offers a small, sandy beach, framed by pine trees, behind which lie some hotels with swimming pools.
In the middle of a forest lies the wonderful small beach of Cala Mitjana. Its location, however, makes it rather difficult to find.
At the end of a deeply-recessed cove lies the beach Cala Sa Nau. You can enjoy a beautiful view of the reddish and green cliffs in the bay.
This tiny beach, situated amidst nature, can be rather difficult to find due to the lack of signposting.
Cala Marcal lies in a cove surrounded by hotels and residential buildings in a bay which is easily-accessible via the adjacent road.
This small beach has nothing to do with El Arenal near Palma, and serves more as a small bathing spot for the little town of Portocolom.
Cala Murada is the first of a chain of beaches called Calas de Mallroca that visitors approaching from the west will reach.
The beach of Cala Antena is the last swimming spot that you can reach from the Calas de Mallorca resort.
The small sand and gravel beach of Cala Virgili offers an undisturbed location to those who visit it.
The walk to get to Cala Pilota is around three kilometres in length, but worth it for the beautiful spot of nature.
The beautiful beach of Cala d'Es Serral is located in the Cales Verges de Manacor wildlife reserve.
The Cala Varques cove offers a beautiful location, skirted by green forests. This stunning beach nestles amidst pristine nature.
The gorgeous sandy beach of Cala Estany, ordered by tall, tree-covered cliffs is ideal for long days at the seaside.
Surrounded by bungalows and residential complexes, the beach of Cala Mendina captivates with its bright blue water and excellent facilities.
In the middle of the barren scenery between Porto Cristo and Cala Morlada lies the tiny, rock-lined beach of Cala Petita.
This stretch of coastline isn't a beach where you can spend a whole day lying under the sun, as the ground here is rocky.
S'Illot is one of the two main beaches in the eponymous S'Illot city. A beautiful seafront promenade connects the different sides of the beach.
A promenade, planted with palm trees, runs along the sandy beach of Platja de sa Coma. There are restaurants here.
The sandy beach of Cala Bona is located in the tourist town of the same name. Along the palm-skirted esplanade lie restaurants.
The sandy beach Canyamel lies in a dreamlike environment. It is fenced in by green mountains and is located forthwith on the open sea.
The sandy beach of Font de sa Cala is set in a cove bordered by cliffs and covered with pine trees.
The small yet pretty beach N'Aladern is lined by pines and a few smaller private houses.
In the midst of a beautiful dune landscape lies the beach of Cala Mesquida, ideal for swimming in the shallow water.
The beautiful sandy beach of Cala Torta lies amidst mountainous, undeveloped countryside.
The sandy beach Cala Mitjada lies in the middle of unspoiled environment, offering nothing in terms of facilities besides a small beach bar
Cala Matzoc can only be reached with an off-road vehicle or on-foot. The coastal path leading to the beach is about 1.5 kilometres long.
The wonderful, secluded beach Cala Font Celada can only be reached by a ramble about four kilometres long.
The remote Playa de S'Arenalet lies amidst arid, hilly scenery. Visitors can arrive at the beach after a four-kilometre journey.
The promenade of the Colonia de Sant Pere village leads along the eponymous beach. There are also cafes, shops, and restaurants there
This beautiful long beach spreads between the towns of Colonia de Sant Pere and Son Serra de Marina.
Near the town of Son Serra de Marina, the Torrent des Revellar flows into the sea. You can also find a white, sandy beach here.
In the middle of a wildlife reserve lies the pristine beach of Son Real. This 2-km beach and the adjacent hills are ideal for walking.
The sandy beach Son Baulo offers amenities like public showers and toilets, a restaurant, beach bar, parasols, and sun-loungers.
The long, sandy beach of Can Picafort stretches along almost the entirety of the eponymous town. On the beach esplanade lie bars and restaurants.
West of the village of Can Picafort lies a 16-kilometre chain of beaches. The first part of this chain is the gulf of Alcudia.
The Playa de Muro consists of different sections, and is six kilometres long in total.
The kilometre-long beach of Alcudia enthralls with its wonderful white sand. The beach is rather wide.
The narrow beach of Cala Ponset is a popular meeting spot for locals, as well as a fantastic place to watch the sunset.
Right opposite the island of Ille de Alcanada lies the pebble beach Alcanada, and right behind that lies a golf course.
This pristine beach has a truly stunning backdrop. The secluded beach is surrounded by tall, grassy cliffs.
This small patch of beach is located on a beautiful headland which is covered with green and is almost uninhabited.
The sandy beach of Platja de Sant Pere lies at the end of the Mal Pas settlement. Several headlands extend into the sea here to the left and right on the beach.
The settlement of Manresa is home to this peaceful beach, which is undeveloped except for the two hotel complexes located there.
This long, narrow beach is a popular destination for watersports. There is a surfing school.
The beautiful white sandy beach in Port de Pollenca is bordered to the north by the Passeig Vora Mar, a promenade lined with palm trees.
In a romantic, grassy bay, surrounded by pine forests and just a few buildings, the sandy beach Playa de Formentor can be found.
At the end of a pristine sea inlet lies the beach of Cala Feliu. The beach here is surrounded by beautiful green countryside.
The beach Cala Tuent offers gorgeous clear water, and is located in a cove with beautiful mountain scenery, surrounded by pine forests.
The pebble beach of Cala Egos is a wonderful spot on a romantic, wild rocky coast, covered with sparse vegetation.
The beach of the tourist resort Camp de Mar offers all amenities that you could wish for as a holidaymaker.
The fairytale beach of Cala Monja, which is divided into several sections, offers a tiny pebble beach without any kind of amenities.
The bay of Cala Fornells alternates between shingle and sand. There is a small beach bar.
The 500-metre-long Platja Palmira is the first of three beaches in Peguera. Holidaymakers here can find all of the amenities that you could wish for.
The tiny village of Costa de la Calma is situated along a beautiful rugged coast. There are concrete terraces here, with parasols and sun-loungers.
The long sandy beach Platja de Santa Ponca offers everything that you might wish for.
The sandy beach Platja el Toro is surrounded by reddish sandstone rocks, in a gulf with beautiful, clear water.
The exquisite sandy beach Platja Portals Vells lies in a wood-covered bay. This is the largest of three consecutive beaches.
At the end of part of this wild, picturesque and rugged shore lies the tiny beach of Cala Falco.
The rear part of the Cala Vinyes beach is located completely in a small palm grove which also offers shade.
On the long, find, sandy beach of Magaluf, it is almost impossible not to find something to do. There are countless recreational activities available, both on land and on the water.
The exceptional white sand of the Cala Blanca is the middle and longest of three sandy beaches in the Palmanova area.
The tiny gulf Son Caliu has a sandy beach with concrete water access. It is situated among apartment complexes and hotels.
The stony peninsula of Punta Negra is home to two small coves. There are no amenities here.
West of the port of Portals Nous lies a sandy beach which circles around shrubs and a meadow.
Fenced in by tall red rocks, just to the east of the Portals Nous marina, there is a sandy beach that offers all kinds of amenities.
At the end of a narrow notch in the rugged red coast of Portals Nous lies the sandy beach of Cala Berdinat.
In front of the sandy beach of Platja d'Illetes lie several islets and small capes. The beach here offers all of the amenities that you could wish for.
Starting to the right of Palma's harbour is a palm-covered promenade leading along the beautiful sandy beach of Platja de can Pere Antoni.
The beautiful sandy bay of Passeig del Molinar is located just behind the port of Portixol. A magnificent promenade passes around it.
he sandy beach of Ciudad Jadin is well-suited to families with small children thanks to its gently-sloping shore and the calm waters that can be found there.
The sandy beach of Es Penyo lies in a tranquil environment with no hotel buildings. There are no amenities here except for a few small restaurants that can be found nearby.
The beach of S'Arenal is the last section of the Platja de Palma. It has fine white sand and everything you could wish for during your visit to the beach.
The tiny beach of Calo de Sant Antoni is located just south of the marina of El Arenal.
The lavish beach of Platja de Sa Rapita offers all the amenities that you could desire as a holidaymaker.
The sandy beach of Ses Covetes lies amidst a hilly landscape covered with trees. The fine white sand here is also situated in a wildlife reserve.
The small sandy beach of Es Freu de Ses Covetes is much quieter than its neighbouring beach Ses Covetes.
The tiny sandy beach of Bassa des Cabot lies in the town of Colonia de Sant Jordi. A the end of the cove lies a semi-circular pool.
The town beach of the village of Colonia de Sant Jordi is located right on the harbour and lined by a promenade, which itself is skirted by palm trees.
The splendid white sandy beach of Can Curt is situated opposite the beach of Colonia de Sant Jordi.
The unspoilt beach of Cala en Tugores lies in the middle of wonderful natural scenery. You will find this oasis of peace and seclusion here.
Port Soller is one of the few beaches on the west coast of Mallorca that has all the amenities you would ask for.
The picturesque village of Port de Valldemossa contains the beach of the same name.
To get to the beautiful viewing point of Sa Fordada, you have to first hike along a rocky trail through rugged coastal scenery.
At the foot of the artist villas Deia lies the tiny cove of Cala Deia. The beautiful setting is surrounded by rocky slopes, covered with forest.
The small natural beach of Punta de sa Galera can only be reached after walking about one kilometre.
The tiny pebble beach of Port de Canonge is situated at the foot of the picturesque eponymous village.
There is a small beach within the village of Sa Calobra. This cove is superbly situated between high cliffs.
Cala Clara is one of four beaches that are called Cala Sant Vicenc in total. It is skirted by large hotels.
The pretty beach of Cala Figuera is situated in the middle of breathtaking mountain scenery.
The beach of Torrent de Pareis is located in breathtaking natural scenery in the middle of a deep ravine, near the village of Sa Calobra.