Ses Covetes (South)
Ses Covetes is a small resort built around a 200 m long sandy beach in the south of Mallorca. The village itself is very small and quiet, with only a couple of bars and restaurants. The main attraction of this urbanisation is the fine sandy beach, a perfect beach for families thanks to its gentle slope and shallow depth close to the shore. "Ses Covetes" is a name that comes from the funerary caves from the Talayotic period found in the surrounding area. Ses Covetes forms part of the Salobrar de Campos, a Natural Area of Special Interest, together with Es Trenc and the salt marshes located behind it, being the second most important wetland area on the island after S'Albufera.