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!
To reach this beach, surrounded by cliffs covered in vegetation, simply follow the steep staircase downwards.
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.
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.