Mallorca has loads of different beaches for you to visit. Here is the list of the top 10 beaches freestyle mallorca thinks you should visit when you are here.
Es Trenc, one of th most stunning beaches in Mallorca is located in the South West of the island 6.5Km from Colonia de sant Jordi in the region of Campos.Es Trenc is not attached to any resort, so it is quite isolated and has a wild and natural feeling. There are 3km of beautiful golden sands and crystal clear waters, it's often referred to as Mallorca's answer to the Caribbean. The beach is only 20 metres wide it stretches over 3km along the coastline. It is very beautiful and untouched by tourism.Despite its relative remoteness, the beach is very popular and can be very busy during peak times.You'll find sunbeds and parasols for hire, lifeguards on duty, toilets and ramps for the disabled.
We recommend you take a picnic as there are no restaurants on the beach only a shop which can be quite expensive.
Transfer – Check our website as we do an excursion tip which picks you up from your hotel and takes you to the Es Trenc o beach and brings you back.
Cala Mondrago is located on the south eastern coast of Mallorca. Cala Mondrago seawater is crystal clear 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.There is a neighbour beach sÁmarador which is only 400 metres walk along the coastline. The beach itself is very child friendly; it’s good for a day out for families with children as there is shallow water and fine white sand.Also Cala Mondrago is great for snorkelling so go to your local shop before going and get a snorkelling mask. You can also find pedal boats for you to hire. There is two restaurants and two beach bars on the Cala Mondrago so you can eat there or even take a picnic.
Parking – there is a free car park for you to leave your car, the car park is close to the beach.
Transfer – Check our website as we do an excursion tip which picks you up from your hotel and takes you to the Cala Mondrago beach and brings you back.
Magaluf Beach is known in the Spanish language Playa de Magaluf. The Magaluf beach is 900 meters long and 55 meters width. With thousands of sun beds for you to choose from, however you will need to pay. How it works is you choose what sun bed you like and then a member of the beach team will be over to you to collect the money. The costs of the sun beds are roughly 5 euro´s per a sun bed and an extra 4 euro for an umbrella. Magaluf beach is great as its located right along where all the restaurant and bars are. There is about roughly 20 + restaurants and also the strip is just behind the beach so there is plenty of bars and shops for you to buy snacks and drinks.
On the Magaluf beach there is a lot of water sports, jet skis, pedal boats, parasailing and much more!!
Palma nova winner of the blue flag award, the beach is 600 metres long and 60 metres deep. The beach is covered in clean white sand and clear baby blue water. With thousands of sun beds for you to choose from, however you will need to pay. How it works is you choose what sun bed you like and then a member of the beach team will be over to you to collect the money. The costs of the sun beds are roughly 5 euro´s per a sun bed and an extra 4 euro for an umbrella.
Along the Palma nova beach, Son Maties is furthest to west side.
The facilities are really good at palma nova beach there is showers, toilets, good disabled access and high level of lifeguarding services.