With warm waters and sands stretching as far as the eye can see, Mallorca’s beaches are in a league of their own. In fact, they’re one of the reasons why thousands of tourists flock here every year. But don’t worry, there’s plenty of sand to go around!
A 10-minute drive from the town of Pollensa is Playa de Port Pollensa. A Blue Flag beauty framed by the Tramuntana Mountains, this sheltered bay delivers on all fronts. Crystal clear waters? A bustling boardwalk? Scenic views? Check, check and check again.
The dazzling white bay of Alcudia extends for a whopping 10 kilometres, culminating by the wetlands of S’Albufera Natural Park. Or, pack a picnic and seek out Playa des Coll Baix. A secluded cove reached by a forest footpath (good shoes are a must), you’ll likely share this hidden gem with nothing but wild goats.