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Mallorca's beaches

Mallorca’s beaches are the main tourist attraction for travelers and it’s not surprising… Use this complete Mallorca’s coves and beaches guide with photos and information and discover the island’s paradisiacal locations.

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Awarded the prestigious Blue Flag, Cala Agulla is a paradisiacal beach of white sand and turquoise waters surrounded by a large pine forest in the area of Cala Ratjada, in Capdepera.

Cala San Vicente

The Cala Barques beach is one of the four beaches located in the fishing village of Cala de Sant Vicenç, in the municipality of Pollença, where Sierra de Tramuntana ends.
Imagen frontal de Cala Bona

Son Servera

Next to the wonderful sandy beach of Cala Millor is Cala Bona beach, a haven of peace, with turquoise and crystalline waters where you can relax.


Cala Deià is one of the most impressive coves in Mallorca in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana. Cala Deià is one of the most impressive coves in Mallorca in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana.


In the north of the island, on the peninsula of Formentor, is Cala Figuera; a lovely quiet cove with crystal clear waters and beautiful views of the cliffs in the area.


Cala Llombards is a small cove of white sand and turquoise waters sheltered between cliffs. Beautiful, accessible and with all services, its high occupancy is its only drawback.


Cala Mesquida is a beach of fine white sand and crystalline waters located in the northeast of the island, which combines the comfort of services with intimate contact with nature.
Playa de Cala Moll

Cala Ratjada

Son Moll, in the area of Cala Ratjada, is one of the best beaches in Mallorca to go with children. A sandy beach and calm waters, with surveillance and all the necessary services.
Vista aérea panorámica de Cala Mondragó con playa S'Amarador al fondo a la derecha


Cala Mondragó is a paradisiacal beach located in the Mondragó Natural Park in the municipality of Santanyí and one of the jewels in the crown of the East of Mallorca.


Cala Pi is a beautiful sandy cove surrounded by cliffs in Llucmajor, as well as being one of the most sought after, picturesque and photographed coves, especially from above. Discover it!


S’Estany d’en Mas, known as Cala Romántica, is one of the best coves in the east of Mallorca and a perfect place to enjoy a holiday in a natural setting.


A charming jetty carved by the sea forms this small rocky cove in Santanyí where, in addition, its crystal clear waters are perfect for snorkelling, are you up for it?
Foto aérea de Cala Sa Nau desde la arena visualizando su meandro hasta el mar


Beach with transparent waters and fine-grained sand. A paradise outside the summer months as the beach umbrellas and the beach bar take away space for your own towel.
Vista aérea lateral derecha con Cala Mitjana y Cala Estreta de fondo


Cala Torta is the closest unspoilt beach to Artá. Relaxation and peace will be the predominant note in this sandy paradise of the Levante Nature Reserve.
Vista aérea de Cala Tuent desde el mirador


Cala Tuent is a paradisiacal beach in an unparalleled setting. A gift of nature located in Escorca, a charming village in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range.


A picture-postcard beach, where the incredible turquoise sea breaks through the rocks creating caves and forming a beautiful cove, which is preserved natural and virgin like few others.
Vista aérea de la playa de Camp de Mar


Camp de Mar Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the southwest of Mallorca because of an accessible islet in front of it. It is a family beach and full of services available.


In the town of Cala Llombards is Es Caló des Moro, one of the most magical corners of Mallorca and one of the most impressive and photographed beaches on the island.
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Ses Salines

Opposite the islet of Na Molina, Es Carbó is a secluded paradise beach with a long stretch of white sand and crystal clear blue waters on the southern tip of Mallorca.


Often compared to the beaches of the Caribbean… Es Trenc beach is one of the most beautiful and famous virgin beaches of Mallorca. Definitely a must-see during your trip.


Being one of the most famous beaches in Mallorca, Formentor combines paradisiacal beauty with the comfort offered by its services. A perfect beach to enjoy with your family.


In the municipality of Calvià, Playa de Palmanova is made up of three beaches of great quality and almost joined together. Fine white sand, clean and crystalline waters.


Playa de Muro doesn’t disappoint. One of the best options if you are in the north of the island: clear water, moderate waves and fine golden sand. Ideal for all types of users.
Cala de Sa Calobra en Escorca en Mallorca


Sa Calobra is a small cove located in Escorca, in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana, which together with the Torrent de Pareis forms the most impressive natural site in Mallorca.


Ses Covetes is a beautiful beach of virgin sand that is very popular among locals. It is located between Sa Ràpita and the famous Es Trenc, in the municipality of Campos.


The impressive natural monument of Torrent de Pareis is the wonder of wonders in Mallorca, and its beach is the icing on the cake of one of nature’s most beautiful caprices.

Mallorca's beaches and coves guide

In this section of our website we want to provide you with a practical and complete guide of Mallorca‘s beaches. The largest of the “Baleares” has 262 paradisiacal beaches, some of them with infinite sand and crystal-clear water, and others that are small and solitary, where you will enjoy more intimacy.


Many of Mallorca‘s beaches are, in fact, ranked among the best in the world. In 2023, for example, Playa de Muro is one of the Spanish beaches that has made it into the rankings of the 25 best beaches in Europe and the 25 best beaches in the world in the “Best of the Best by Travellers’ Choice (Tripadvisor)” awards. That’s quite something!

Although you must realize that each and every one of the beaches and coves of Mallorca are authentic natural paradises where you will enjoy the typical fauna and flora of the Mediterranean.

A wide tourist range of beaches

If there is one thing that distinguishes Mallorca’s beaches and coves is its diversity, either because of the surroundings where they are located and because you may enjoy many of them with all the comforts offered by their facilities or, on the other hand, isolate yourself in a secluded cove from the daily routine you are used to.

You will have the opportunity to relax and sunbathe in a hammock, practice many water sports, enjoy a cocktail in one of the beach bars or drop the anchor of one of the available charter boats and admire the views of a sunset from the sea.

Whether you are traveling alone, as a couple or on a family trip, in Mallorca you will find a beach that suits your preferences and needs. They are obviously the main attraction and the reason why every year thousands of people choose this Mediterranean island as their destination. And no wonder!

To help you get a better understanding, we would like to provide you with this Mallorca’s beach guide, in which you will find a detailed description of each beach with its main specifications, available services, type of beach (sand and/or rocks) and its occupancy during the summer months.

In addition, you will also find a detailed description of how to get there by car, rental car or boat; where to eat nearby, what to do during the day (if you want to do more than just lie under the sun and swim! and the hotels we recommend in the area where the beach is located.

Click on the different search filters and the suggestions will appear. All you have to worry about is choosing which beach or cove you want to go to!

Facilities and services offered at Mallorca's beaches

If this is the first time you are traveling to Mallorca you should know that not all the beaches on the island have the same facilities and comforts, as many of them are wild coves that are difficult to reach on foot or by car.

This information is reflected in each of the beaches that you can consult in this guide, where we specify whether or not the beach has the following services:

  • Accessible footbridges (wheelchairs and prams)
  • Bars and restaurants
  • Showers
  • Hammocks and sun umbrellas
  • Toilets and changing rooms
  • Litter bins
  • Free or paid parking
  • Lifeguard service

In addition, you can use the filter system that you will find in our
Mallorca’s beaches and coves guide to select the services that are essential for you and your family, or choose theNo servicesoption if you just want to enjoy a day at the beach in a wild and virgin environment, away from the outside world.

In Mallorca, and in the whole Balearic Islands, care and respect for nature is essential, so it’ s very important that you use the litter bins or that you carry your rubbish with you. It is everyone’s duty to keep our beaches clean and beautiful!

Mallorca's best beaches

Among the 262 beaches and secret coves of the island, you can get an idea of how difficult it is for us to choose just a few. That’s why in this guide we show you all of them.

But as we know that your trip to Mallorca is limited to a few days, you probably won’t have time to visit them all. We tell you which are, in our opinion, three of the best beaches and coves in Mallorca, so that you can include some of the good ones along your holiday route. Let us know what you think about them! ❤️

Mallorca's beaches map

Do you want to know where all the beaches and coves of Mallorca are located? Download the map of Yo soy Mallorca!


To make your trip to Mallorca easier and so that you only have to worry about having fun, we have created this map of Mallorca with all the main attractions you can’t miss. In it you will find all the incredible Mallorcan coves and beaches, from the best-known ones such as Es Caló des Moro, Cala s’Almunia and Playa de Formentor to other less popular beaches, but with the same crystal-clear waters, such as Cala Figuera or Cala Llombards.. Whichever area you choose, you’ll find a beach you’ll love.

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