Are there nice beaches in Mallorca?
Mallorca (Majorca) is a beautiful Spanish island destination in the Mediterranean Sea, located near its wilder neighbor, Ibiza. The island’s beautiful beaches and its close proximity to most of mainland Europe make it one of the world’s most popular places to visit for beach getaways.
Which part of Mallorca has the best beaches?
Top 10 Mallorca best beaches
- S’Aramador. S’Aramador has previously been elected best beach in Europe in a big European vote.
- Es Trenc.
- Es Caragol.
- Playa d’Alcudia.
- Cala Mondrago.
- Cala sa font Celada.
- Cala Pi.
- Calo d’es Moro.
What is the most beautiful part of Mallorca?
Fornalutx. If you stay by the coast you’ll never see it, but Fornalutx is regarded by many as the most beautiful village on Mallorca, and one of the most stunning in Spain. You’ll find it deep in the Sierra de Tramuntana, with winding streets, narrow stone steps, and flowers and greenery everywhere.
Are there sandy beaches in Mallorca?
The stretch of beach between Cala Millor and Cala Bona is sandy and one of the best on the east coast of Mallorca. It is a kilometre-and-a-half long and backed by a promenade perfect for walking, cycling, browsing the gift shops or taking refreshments in one of the many cafés, bars or restaurants.
Is the water clear in Mallorca?
Sa Calobra Beach in Western Mallorca The beach has small stones instead of sand, but the water is so amazingly clear that I think it’s worth it!
Which side of Mallorca is best?
The West Coast, dominated by the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range (UNESCO World Heritage), is the best place to stay in Mallorca for nature-lovers and for outdoor activities like cycling and hiking.
Where do celebs stay in Majorca?
The most exclusive place for the rich and famous is probably Deià, on the west coast of Mallorca. This pretty town has been popular with artists since the 1950s and the exclusive La Residencia Hotel is a perennial favourite for many.
How many days do you need in Mallorca?
In Majorca, you will need at least five days to realise that not only does it have an immense variety of plans but that it is an island you can easily live on.
Is Majorca full of chavs?
In response to the title of your post, no, Majorca is not for ‘chavs’, and if you were to read the articulate and intelligent postings from some of the regular contributors to this forum, it would quickly become apparent that many people who know and love this island are quite clearly at the opposite end of the social …