The best beaches and coves of the Balearic Islands

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Yes, we know that the world is full of interesting corners that are worth discovering, but we are lucky to live in a country with many attractions, so it is not necessary that we travel thousands of kilometers to enjoy a unique vacation.

Among the places in Spain that we recommend you discover before, even, than other destinations in the world, are the Balearic Islands , where you can find an excellent climate, exquisite gastronomy, points of historical and cultural interest and, above all, spectacular beaches and coves. What we are going to do today at Vuela Viajes is tell you about the best ones. Would you like to join us?

Caló des Moro, Mallorca

Calo des Moro
Let’s start by talking about Mallorca, the largest of all the Balearic Islands. Many say that this is where the best beaches in the community are found, and the truth is that they are not very misguided. Without a doubt, one of the best is Caló des Moro, a small beach located a few kilometers from Santanyí. With white sand and crystal clear waters, the beach is dotted with large rocks and surrounded by vegetation typical of the area. You will not find services here but anchoring is allowed. Also, you should know that it is a perfect beach for diving and snorkelling .

Es Trenc beach, Mallorca

It's Trenc
Another beach in Mallorca that we love is Es Trenc, considered the last large undeveloped beach on the island. Located in a protected area, on this beach of fine white sand and crystal clear waters we can only find some beach services and the occasional post-war bunker. On the other hand, you should know that here you will find a nudist area.

Cala Macarelleta, Menorca

Cala Macarelleta
We change the island and we are located in Menorca, where you can also find really amazing beaches and coves. One of the best is, without a doubt, Cala Macarrelleta, a small stretch of fine white sand and completely crystalline waters that is located next to Cala Macarella, a very similar but larger cove. Also, you should know that nudism is widespread here.

Cala Turqueta, Menorca

Cala Turqueta
Another of the most beautiful beaches in Menorca is Cala Turqueta which, as you can imagine from the name, offers beautiful turquoise waters, as well as fine white sand and a backdrop made up of pine trees. It is a fairly unspoilt beach, although you can find restrooms and a lifeguard. In addition, in the parking lot (about 10 minutes walk from the beach), there is a beach bar.

Cala Conta, Ibiza

Cala Conta
From Menorca we moved to Ibiza, an island that has much more to offer than its lively nightlife. Without a doubt, the beaches are one of its great attractions. Among the best we find Cala Conta, a beach divided into several areas, all of them with completely crystalline waters. From here you will enjoy beautiful views and a spectacular seabed for snorkelling or diving. In addition, you will contemplate one of the best sunsets on the entire island.

Cala Salada, Ibiza

Cala Salada
Another sandy area in Ibiza that we like a lot is Cala Salada, a practically virgin beach that is surrounded by pine trees and that has turquoise blue waters that are always clean . What is most striking are the boathouses that can be found on the left side.

Ses Illetes beach, Formentera

Ses Illetes
We are going to finish our tour of the best beaches of the Balearic Islands in Formentera, where we find what for many is the best beach in the whole country. We are talking about Ses Illetes, which offers a unique landscape , as well as a wide range of leisure activities: water sports, kiosks, restaurants, hammocks, umbrellas …

Migjorn beach, Formentera

Finally, we are going to talk about Playa Migjorn, one of the largest in Formentera. In fact, it occupies practically the entire southern coast of the island. Thanks to its size, it is one of the quietest beaches on the island, making it perfect for all those who want to escape the hustle and bustle.