Pollença, Alcúdia, Muro, Sta,  Magalida, Artà


cala sant vicenc

Cala Sant Vicenš

Cala Barques, which is 80 m long and 25 m wide and which has fine sand, is the biggest beach in Cala Sant Vicenš.
Services: restaurants; sun loungers, parasols and pedal boats for hire.

Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera is an unspoilt fifty-metre-long beach with sand and pebbles which are usually covered by seaweed. It┤s not difficult to find, because it can be seen from the road PM-221, which leads to the Formentor lighthouse; some kilometres after passing the turning to the beach of Formentor, you will see the beach on the left hand side. There is a parking area, from where there is a path that goes down to the beach.
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Cala de Formentor

Cala Formentor is a beach divided into two by a pier used by tourist boats. It is about 900 m long and 10 m wide and has fine white sands. In front of the beach is the little isle of Formentor, and a pine grove provides shade behind it. To get here, there is a bus from Port de Pollenša. By car, take the road PM-221 towards the Cap de Formentor, from where the beach is well signposted. There is an ample parking area for which there is a charge.
Services: open-air bar where food is served, showers; sun loungers, parasols and pedal boats for hire.

Playas de Pollenša

Port de Pollenša beach, also known as Llenaire, is one of the main attractions in this tourist resort. This beach, which is 1000 m long and 35 m wide, has fine white sands and a promenade. There is an ample parking area near the port.
Services: restaurants, open-air bars, lifeguards; sun loungers, parasols and pedal boats for hire.


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Marina d'Alc˙dia

Port d┤Alc˙dia beach is about 2000 m. long and 50 m. wide, with a white pleasant sand. Hotels and other buildings around are not too high. Moreover, there are many pine trees and some palm trees by the end of the beach. All these keep the touristic centre out of sight, making it much popular and lively in summer. Services: Restaurants, lifeguards, open air bars, sports facilities, sun beds, umbrellas and pedal boats for hire.


Alcanada beach is covered by small pebbles, with fine sand on the seabed; it is 200 m long and 15 m wide and is surrounded by pine trees in a natural environment by the Alcanada residential area. Next to the beach is Alcanada Island, which has a lighthouse on it; it is only 140 m away from the coast and can be reached by swimming or even walking, as the water here is only 1.5 m deep. To get here you have to follow Avinguda Reina Sofia in Port d┤Alc˙dia, which will lead you to road of Camí des Far d┤Alcanada. Follow this road to the end, passing the residential areas of Torre Major and Alcanada, and you will come to an ample parking area next to the beach. At the end of the beach, opposite the little island, there is another large parking area.
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Playa de Sant Pere

Sant Pere beach is 110 m long and 150 m wide, with fine white sand. It is located below the residential area of Mal Pas, and is very close to the Bonaire Port. To get here from Alcudia, at the end of the Avinguda dels Princeps d┤Espanya there is a branch road heading towards Mal Pas, and 2.5 km along this there is a roundabout, from where Mal Pas is signposted. Services: an open-air bar that serves some dishes; sun loungers and parasols for hire.


platja muro

Playa de Muro

Playa de Muro occupies 5.5 km of Muro┤s coastline. It is made up of dunes with low vegetation and pines and forms part of the 8.5km-long beach which runs along the Bay of Alc˙dia, starting at Can Picafort and ending at Port d┤Alc˙dia, with the wetlands of Albufera Gran de Mallorca behind. Some sections are developed - with hotels, apartments and houses - creating a low-rise tourist zone that has all the necessary services to enjoy holidays with family or friends. To reach the beach, take the road C-712 that joins Port d┤Alc˙dia with ArtÓ, and you┤ll come to it before Can Picafort. A large section of the beach is completely unspoilt, with a pine-shaded zone between the dunes with benches and tables for eating. The beach has an abundance of fine white sand. Services: at the developed areas there are bars and restaurants, as well as sun loungers and parasols for rent.

Sta. Magalida

can picafort

Can Picafort

Can Picafort, which is the largest village within the municipal district of Santa Margalida, is located on the Bay of Alc˙dia. Its origins go back to the beginning of the 20th century, when wealthy folk from the surrounding villages built the first summer houses. However, Can Picafort is now a tourist resort with many hotels and apartments, most of which are next to the beach, which is the town┤s main attraction. Many people return year after year to enjoy their holidays in the hotels and apartments of Can Picafort, where there are many bars, cafés and shops, as well as all kinds of services aimed at helping tourists to make the most of their stay, such as the sailing club of Club NÓutic de Can Picafort. Those who like to enjoy nightlife will also find plenty to keep them going here. Picafort was the nickname of Jeroni Fuster, who lived in a hut here when the town started to grow up, and this is where the settlement┤s name came from.

Son Serra de Marina

The beach of Son Serra de Marina is located within a residential area; it is 400 m long and 100 m wide.


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Sa Canova

Sa Canova is an unspoilt beach which is almost 2,000m long and 100m wide, with a unique range of dunes behind, of which a large part is covered by a pine wood. Generally speaking, on the Mediterranean dunes are found parallel to the beach, but at Sa Canova the dunes are arranged at an oblique angle to the coast and spread inland, running as far as 2km from the coast. This is due to the intensity and constant nature of the Tramuntana wind, which blows from north to south - the same direction as the dunes. For this reason, this beach is popular with windsurfers. The beach can be reached from the residential zone of S┤Estanyol in Col˛nia de Sant Pere, walking along the coast to the left as you look out to sea. You can also get here from the end of Son Serra de Marina, this time walking towards the right. This protected natural area is located between the two residential zones of S┤Estanyol and Son Serra de Marina.

Cala Mitjana

Cala Mitjana is an unspoilt beach near Cala Torta, from where, following the track on the left, it is possible to walk to Cala Mitjana in 15 minutes. The beach is 120m long and 100m wide and has fine white sand. It is also possible to reach the beach by car: follow the directions for Cala Torta, and 9 km after leaving ArtÓ you┤ll reach a fork, where you have to take the road on the left and continue for 1.5 km, turning right at the second junction to reach the beach. Services: a small open-air bar.

Cala Torta

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Cala Torta, which is one of the best unspoilt beaches on Mallorca (Majorca), is located in a remote mountainous area and is completely natural. It is 150m long and 200m wide, with abundant fine white sand. This spot has suffered from forest fires, which have only left a small area of the pine forest which once covered the entire area. To get here you have to take the Carretera d┤ArtÓ towards Capdepera, then turn left after the petrol station, and after passing the fire station you┤ll come to the football ground of Ses Pesqueres. Turn right at the football ground and follow the road which leads up to the mountains and then drops down to the sea, providing an exceptional panorama of the coast with the island of Menorca on the horizon. 9 Km after leaving ArtÓ, you┤ll come to a fork - take the road on the right and continue for 1.3 km until you reach the beach. It is also possible to reach Cala Torta on foot from Cala Mitjana by following the track on the right; this takes about 15 minutes. Services: an open-air bar which serves meals.

Beaches and Bays in in CalviÓ e Andratx.

Playa Illetes, Playa Oratori de Portals, Playa Magalluf, Cala Vinyes, Cala Falcó, Cala Portals Vells, Playa el Mago, Playa Santa Ponša, Playa Peguera, Cala Fornells, Camp de Mar, Playa de Sant Elm.

Beaches and Bays in in Estellencs, Banyalbufar, Valldemossa, DejÓ, Soller and Escorca.

Cala Estellencs, Cala Banyalbufar, Port des Canonge, Cala DeiÓ, Port de Soller, Cala Tuent and Playa sa Calobra.

Beaches and Bays in Santa Capdpera, Son Servera and Sant Llorenš.

Cala Mesquida, Cala Aulla, Playa Son Moll, Sa Font de sa Cala, Playa Canyamel, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Playa sa Coma.

Beaches and Bays in Manacor and Felanitx.

Cala Moreia, Porto Cristo, Cala Mandía, Cala Estany, Cala Domingos, Cala Tropicana, Cala Murada, Arenal de P. Colom, Cala Maršal.