With a sand and shingle beach, bright turquoise water and cluster of whitewashed houses, Sa Tuna Beach looks as if it’s wandered out of a movie set. Get in the sea and you’ll find it’s calm, clear and perfectly suited to idyllic sunset swims.
What’s better than being based at a glorious beach? Being able to walk to even more. Follow the coastal path to Sa Riera for equally dazzling waters but finer sands; or take a longer, sweatier hike to Pals, where you’ll find a wide bay that’s ideal for a game or two of beach volleyball.
In between the two, Illa Roja Beach, is stunning, secluded and crowned with a dramatic red rock formation. It’s also a nudist beach so come with an open mind!