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The island of Mallorca is known around the world for its warm weather, gastronomy and traditional handicrafts and, of course, for its wonderful beaches. The approximately 300 beaches of the island are one of the main reasons that attract visitors from around the world to Mallorca.
Alcanada Arenal De Ses Dones (S'Algar) Arenal de Portocolom (S'Arenal) Cala Agulla Cala Anguila Cala Antena Cala Banyalbufar Cala Barques Cala Basset (Platja Brismar o Ses Bassetes) Cala Bendinat (Playa de Portals Nous) Cala Blanca Cala Blava Cala Bona Cala Boquer Cala Ca los Camps Cala Comtessa (Illetes) Cala D'or Cala Deiá Cala Esmeralda Cala Estellencs Cala Estància Cala Falcó Cala Ferrera Cala Figuera (Pollença) Cala Figuera (Santanyí) Cala Fornells Cala Galiota Cala Gran (Caló Gran) Cala Llamp Cala Lliteres Cala Llombards Cala Llonga (Calo Des Pou) Cala Magrana Cala Major Cala Marmassen Cala Matzoc Cala Mendia Cala Mesquida Cala Millor Cala Molins Cala Mondragó Cala Murada Cala Murta Cala Petita Cala Pi Cala Poncet Cala S'Almunia Cala Sa Nau Cala Sant Vicenç Cala Santanyí Cala Serena (Calo de Ses Dones) Cala Torta Cala Tuent Cala Vinyes Cala d'en Marçal Caló Des Torrent Des Morts Caló de ses Egües Caló des Borgit Camp de Mar Can Pastilla Can Pere Antoni Can Picafort Canyamel Caseta des Capellans Ciutat Jardí Coll Baix Costa d'en Blanes Dic de L'Oest - Punta des Grells El Mago Es Barcarets Es Caló Es Canyaret Es Caragol Es Carbó (Ses Roquetes) Es Carregador (Morroco) Es Colomer (Urb. Bens d'Avall) Es Cotó Es Dolç Es Domingos Grans i Petits Es Fortí Es Perengons Petits Es Port Es Ribell Es Trenc Estanys (Platja des Marquès) Formentor Illetes Llenaire - Ullal - Tamarells Magaluf Na Patana Palmanova Peguera (Marquès de) La Romana Peguera Palmira Peguera Torá Platja d'Alcúdia Platja de Muro Platja de San Pere Playa d'en Repic Playa de Costa de los pinos Playa de Palma - el Arenal Playa de Port de Pollença Playa del Oratori de Portals Port des Canonge Portals Vells Porto Cristo Puerto de Sóller Puerto de Valldemossa (Sa Marina) Punta de sa Galera Racò de S'Arena S'Algar S'Amarador S'Arenal de sa Rápita S'Espalmador (Cabrera) S'Estanyol S'Illot (Cala Moreia) Sa Barca Trencada Sa Calobra Sa Canova Sa Coma Sa Font de Sa Cala Sa Marina D'Alcudia Sa Marjal (Costa des Pins) Sa Rápita Sant Elm - Es Geperut Santa Ponça Ses Covetes Son Bauló Son Bunyola Son Caliu Son Maties Son Moll Son Serra de Marina Torrent des Pareis s'Estany d'en Mas
Regardless of whether they have white sand or rocks, turquoise or crystal clear waters or are isolated or equipped with all services, all the beaches in Mallorca have a unique charm. It depends on your preferences. According to your interests, you might want to take refuge in a wonderful crystal-clear cove or spend a day in a beach offering a variety of services like sunbeds, sunshades and beach bars.
You will find a charming beach or cove anywhere on the island. There are beaches in the north of Mallorca. They are mostly sandy and rocky, with crystal-clear and slightly colder water. In the East, you will find fine white sandy beaches with turquoise waters, some of which remain unspoilt. They can be reached on foot through forests or walking down the rocks. The beaches of Mallorca are formed by the mouthes of streams, since there are no rivers in Mallorca.
In the areas that are most popular among tourists like Palma, Calvià and Alcúdia, the beaches are equipped with numerous services for those who have come to Mallorca to relax: sunshades, sunbeds, beach bars, pedal boats, etc. They also offer water activities such as kitesurfing or riding on a banana boat. The beaches provide lifeguard service and some of them, like Playa de Palma, Ca'n Pere Antoni and Platja de Son Matias, are equipped with ramps for people with reduced mobility and adapted chairs so that everyone can enjoy a swim in the sea of Mallorca.
Playa de Palma is one of the most popular beaches of Mallorca. It is located near Palma and is one of the best cared for and connected beaches of the island. A large proportion of visitors stay in the Playa de Palma area (Ca'n Pastilla, El Arenal, Cala Estancia). The Magaluf area, in Calvià, is a British holiday area par excellence. It has a wide offer of restaurants, bars, hotels and clubs.
If you are looking for more isolated beaches you should visit Calas de Mallorca (Manacor), an area consisting of several small coves and Formentor, from where you can see Menorca on a clear day. They have all received EU awards for their beauty and safety.
Among the many beaches in Mallorca, there is also room for the deep-rooted tradition of naturist beaches. In Mallorca, there are several naturist beaches both near and away from Palma. Nudism is practised in Es Trenc (Campos), la Playa del Mago (Portals Vells) and several other places.
One of the advantages of being on island is that when the winds blow from the north the beaches facing that direction will have a heavy swell. This makes them ideal to practise sports like windsurfing and surfing, although you have to be careful if you are going canoeing. The same happens when the wind blows from the south.
Before swimming it is important to check the sea conditions and follow the flag indications that can be found in most beaches of Mallorca. A green flag means that it is safe to swim, yellow means that you must be careful and red that you should not go into the water due to poor sea conditions.
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