Mallorca Beach Guide

  • Es Trenc

    Es Trenc is one of the most popular beaches on the island and is well known due to its crystal clear Caribbean waters and 2km of bright white sandy beach. Located between the resort of Colonia San Jordi and Ses Salines where some of the best salt on the island is produced. Es Trenc is not attached to any resort, so has an isolated, wild and natural feel.

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  • Cala Modrago

    Cala Mondrago is located on the south-east coast of Mallorca and offers crystal clear waters with beautiful shades of light blue surrounded by rocky headlands. The beach can be quite busy during the summer but if you want to explore a little more in the area, you can. Perfect for a family day out, Cala Mondrago is very child friendly as there is shallow water and fine white sand. Check out our excursions page as we offer a day trip that includes transfers from your hotel to Cala Mondrago and back.

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  • Magaluf Beach

    Magaluf beach is 900 meters long and 55 meters wide and is located in the centre of the resort, parallel to the Magaluf strip. There are many different bars and restaurants running along the beachfront for you to enjoy a meal or to simply cool off with refreshing drink. This beach also has many sunbeds and parasols available which can be paid for at a daily rate. On Magaluf beach there are a variety of activities available such as water sports, jet skis, pedal boats, parasailing and much more!

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  • Palma Nova Beach

    Winner of the blue flag award, Palma Nova beach is 600 metres long and 60 metres wide. The beach is covered in clean white sand and crystal clear waters. With many sunbeds and parasols available which can be paid for at a daily rate as well as a variety of activities available, such as water sports, jet skis, pedal boats, parasailing and much more! The facilities are excellent on Palma Nova beach with showers, toilets and good disabled access.

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