Mallorca is a heavenly island in the Mediterranean sea that has some of the best beaches in the country. From fine sand to rocks, hidden or popular between tourists and locals, Majorca’s coast is full of coves and beaches to visit. We have more than 250 with a total length of 50km, so there’s always a perfect one for everyone and for every plan you’re up to, even if you feel familiar or lonely. Majorca’s coast is here to be enjoyed. 


The biggest one, with more than 4.3 miles of fine white sand divided in two sections. First one starts next to the marina, meaning it has an amazing leisure and restoration offer, and continues along a pleasant walk that meets its end in Ciudad Blanca, where the second section starts. Next to it we can find Platja del Muro, in the North. Known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Majorca for its golden sand and turquoise waters, it is also special for its wooden platform that goes far through the sea, very enjoyable if you’re looking for a place to watch the gorgeous sunsets in Majorca. 


A perfect “natural pool” between two big rocks. It’s one of the most beautiful beaches, and so it is also very crowded. This amazing beach of white sand and  transparent waters is a must in your visit in Majorca. 


This cove is a traditional destination for hippies around the world to spend the summer, as it is hidden and with no easy access. Cala Varques has the largest cave area in Europe, and it is a treasure to discover. Here’s our proposal: wander through the natural arch that turns into a bridge, a 15 minutes long walk of great views of the Mediterranean Sea. 


Surrounded by rocks and pine trees, this is one of the favourite coves for both tourists and locals because of its easy access aswell. But don’t worry: you will enjoy it without a feeling of it being crowded. Fine sand and shallow waters, it is also ideal if you like jumping into the sea from medium height rocks.