There will not be enough adjectives in the dictionary to describe the outstanding variety of landscapes in Mallorca. Caves, beaches, mountains, cliffs, medieval cities and more is just a small part of this wonderful island. Whatever you are looking to make your summer vacations an unforgettable memory, you will find it in Mallorca. There is a perfect beach for everyone in the sheer coast of this island. Let’s take a look to our top five beaches in Mallorca list:
Located in the opposite coast to Palma de Mallorca, Alcudia has become the second capital of the island. Its historical buildings, its archeological discoveries, and its beautiful beaches on the Alcudia and Pollença Bay are just part of the reason why every year more and more people choose Alcudia as their summer favorite destination. Beaches here are wide white-sand areas and turquoise waters. They are complete fully prepared for visitors, especially for families with children. Those looking for more tranquility can go to Pollensa Bay where the age rate of the regular visitors is higher.
If after reading this text, you have fallen in love with Alcudia. Come visit it and stay in Be Live Grand Palace de Muro. This incredible beach resort with all-included service is the best place to stay in the area. Its hospitality, its facilities and its low price make it a wise choice.
Cala Tuent is situated next to the famous touristic area of Port de Sóller, but hidden behind the Torrent de Pareis Natural Park. Its isolated location makes this beach the perfect place for adventure and relax lovers. Even though its small dimensions, Cala Tuent has an incredible view of Puig Major –the tallest mountain in the Balearic Islands.
S’illot is a charming village on the Levant coast of Mallorca. Its beach is widely known among the trekking community, since its surrounding stand as the best place for this sport in the island. The beach itself is tiny but enough to spend the day relaxing and enjoy the Mediterranean wonders.
Cala Barca is one of the most popular beaches on the southeastern coast of Mallorca. It is extensively developed but following the principles of sustainable architecture combining natural beauty and tourist comfort. The beach is nestle in Mondrago Natural Park preserving it indigenous grace. It is mainly visited throughout snorkel and scuba diving enthusiasts.
This is almost a secret place since it is only reachable by boat. Cala Varques is just a tiny sand line penetrating the turquoise waters, the perfect beach postcard.