The beaches and coves of the east of Majorca are the most spectacular of the island. From the large selection of beaches in our area you will find the exact beach you are looking for: sandy or rocky, secluded or bustling, or as wild as the natural area of the Serra de Llevant...the choice is yours! What they all have in common though, is the crystal blue water that you can only find on Mediterranean beaches.
It is a beautiful beach of sand and rock. Despite being one of the busiest in the area, this beach boasts crystal clear and transparent waters.
Due to the shape of Cala Mesquida, one almost feels embraced by nature. It is a very popular beach due to its diverse environment: dunes, pine trees, rocks... In 1991 it was declared a "Natural Area of Special Interest" by the Parliament of the Balearic Islands.
Its fine, dark-coloured sand offers a unique contrast to the turquoise sea. It is a place frequently visited by locals: a very clean beach of sand and rocks where you can find most of the services you may need.
It is a small, quiet and beautiful cove; one of the locals' favourites. The pure blue colour of its waters always impresses those who visit for the first time.
It is a small and lovely cove. It offers two swimming opportunities: a sandy area and a rocky one with a ladder to get out of the sea. The richness of its seabed is spectacular.