The best beaches and coves in Mallorca

Mallorca is one of the Spanish destinations that receives the most tourists every summer, all of them attracted by its innumerable beaches and coves, by its spectacular natural landscapes, by its many places of interest and by its good climate. It is not a destination that is limited only to summer since the rest of the year also tends to be good weather, although it is true that it is not as good as in the Canary Islands.

Today I would like to write about the beaches and coves of Mallorca , making a short summary to show you which I think are the best, although without a doubt many that are also very good and that equally deserve to be in it will be left out of the article. Be that as it may, the ones that are there is because they really deserve it and have earned the fame of being among the best.

Sa Coma

It is 5 kilometers from Portocristo and is the longest beach in the east of Mallorca. Its waters are crystal clear and it is one of the best beaches on the island for windsurfing or diving. It is an ideal beach to go with children since it hardly has a slope, and in its surroundings there are many hotels and all kinds of services. It is an urban beach, which together with all the above means that it is always a bit crowded.

Port of Valldemossa

It is also known as Sa Marina or Cala de Valldemossa and it is a gravel beach that is 90 meters long and 15 meters wide. It has a small port for boats that gives the area a lot of charm, although despite this it is not a beach that has a high degree of occupation but quite the opposite, there are usually few people.

Platja de Ses Dones

In my opinion, it is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island thanks to the fact that it is completely natural . It is 4 kilometers from Andratx and there is a small pier that gives it a very special touch. Its crystalline waters are very calm, making it perfect to go with children. Its length is 160 meters and its width is only 5.

Cala Llombards

It is a very quiet white sand cove surrounded by vegetation where you can also find various services to make your day at the beach more comfortable, such as showers, umbrellas or hammocks. You get to it by the road that goes from Santanyí to Es Llombards and there is a large free car park, which is usually a relief in this type of place.

Cala Falcó

It is a cove of white sand that is 6.5 kilometers from Magaluf and you reach it by going down steep stairs that intermingle with the cliffs , which leaves a beautiful landscape. It is very peculiar since the pines grow in the sand, which leaves a small part to lie in the sun, but there are not usually many people so you will not have problems finding a good place.

They are real

It is a 500 meter long beach that is 12 kilometers from Can Picafort . It is totally recommended since it was declared a Natural Area of ​​Special Interest in 1991 thanks to the fact that it is a totally virgin beach with many dunes, which makes it one of the most beautiful and spectacular on the island. To be able to visit it you must get to Son Serra de Marina and from there you will see it, very close to the Serra Nova Nautical Club.

Cala Mitjana

It is a white sand beach 100 meters long and 50 meters wide. It is in a perfect environment since there are hardly any buildings in the surroundings. It is somewhat isolated , which means that not many people go, so you can find total tranquility there.

Cala Mesquida

It is in the north of the island, in Capdepera, and was also declared a Natural Area of ​​Special Interest . It is of fine sand and also has many dunes that are interspersed with pine trees and colonies of seagulls that are in the area. It is a semi-urban beach that tends to be very crowded and is purely touristy.