The stunning island of Mallorca in Spain boasts more than 260 beaches which reach the impressive total length of 50km! No wonder why Mallorca is among the top destinations for a fantastic summer holiday in Europe. Picking just 5 out of hundreds of amazing beaches is no piece of cake but we’ll give it a shot!
This exotic bay on Mallorca’s East coast is one of the prettiest beaches in Spain. Apart from its incredibly turquoise waters and super fine white sand, Cala Mondragó is also home to a lush pine forest which stretches almost to the shoreline. If this isn’t a site of outstanding natural beauty, I don’t know what is.
Cala Millor is a 1.5km long sandy beach on the East coast of Mallorca. The beach features crystal clear shallow waters so it’s the ideal destination for families with young children. Cala Millor can keep you busy for an entire day as it is lined by a splendid promenade where you can walk, cycle or just chill at one of its many cafés and restaurants.
Undoubtedly the most unspoilt beach in Mallorca, Es Trenc is a 3.5km long sandy beach of turquoise waters, white sand and impressive dunes. There are two beach bars which offer refreshments and snacks by the sound of chill-out music. Es Trenc is literally a piece of heaven on earth. For the most hassle-free way to get there, click here.
Mesquida is a spectacular beach of Caribbean-like waters and fine white sand. It is situated at the north-eastern part of the island and it is the best beach for surfing lovers as it can get quite windy there.
Bahía de Alcúdia
Alcúdia is the longest beach in Mallorca and one of the most developed areas on the island. The beach is fully serviced while there are many resorts and water sport facilities available. There’s no better place for a family to spend a fun day in all of Mallorca than Bahía de Alcúdia.