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Cala Mondragó (Mallorca)
Cala de sa Font d'en Alís or Cala Mondragó is 5.6 kilometers from s'Alqueria Blanca and is part of Cala Mondragó, one of the most beautiful and large Mallorcan sea inlets, which is divided into two beaches, s 'Amarador and this beach to be described below. The depth between both coves reaches six meters on a sandy bottom. They are exposed to east-southeast winds. The Royal Maritime Portopetro Club is 2.1 miles away. Cala Mondragó was declared 1992 Natural Park (785 hectares and can be visited from Monday to Sunday) by the Parliament de les Illes Balears, as well as the year 1995 Natural Area of Special Interest for Birds by the European Community. The characteristics of this beach, fine sand, shallow water and scarce slope, make it suitable for the smallest bath. In the back there is a wetland inhabited by eels, water snakes and birds.
Caló d'en Rafalino
The beach of Caló d'en Rafalino is very close to Cala Morlanda, one is very quiet sunbathing on the beach of Caló d'en Rafalino, where tranquility and beauty reigns.
Clear and clean waters surrounded by stones and several piers between the rocks, enhance the beauty and color of this cove, which borders a breakwater on one side and the mouth of the Son Fortuny torrent on the other. Even diving is recommended + info http://visitarmallorca.net/playas-de-mallorca/playas-para-bucear/cala-estellencs/
Es Port d'Es Canonge beach in Banyalbufar (Mallorca)
Beach with low occupancy, consisting of bowling and rocks.
Cala Mesquida (Mallorca)
In a game of dunes and waters of a thousand shades of blue appears Cala Mesquida, a tourist enclave of the first order on the island of Mallorca. Its sweeping natural landscape is a spectacle from the terraces of the Viva Cala Mesquida Resort.
Cala Conta de Sant Josep de sa Talaia (Ibiza)
Located 13 kilometers from San Antonio de Portmany and is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza. It is surrounded by two rocky sides that offer another extra beach at the end of one end and has nautical rentals, hammocks, umbrellas and access for the disabled.
Cala Binidali (Menorca)
To the south of the island of Menorca, the flirtatious Cala Binidali emerges, colonized by yachts and small boats that enjoy their waters alone because of their difficult access by land. Not far away, you can leave your belongings in Sant Joan de Binissaida, a restored 17th-century manor house
Cavalleria beach (Menorca)
Half circumference of blue pantone, from turquoise to marine, with soft entry and warm baths, pure Mediterranean.
Sa Calobra beach in Escorca (Mallorca)
It is a cove of the municipality of Escorca that is located at the mouth of the Torrente Pareis. The cove is formed by boulders and is one of the few accesses to the sea that can be found in the Mallorcan Sierra de Tramontana.
Calo des Moro (Mallorca)
A very busy rocky sand in summer, but it is well worth a look, and of course a bath, for its spectacular profile. Crystal clear waters and white sand between cliffs.
Cala Galdana de Ferreries (Menorca)
Cala Galdana is perhaps one of the best known and most visited beaches on the island, fully equipped and very appropriate to enjoy with the family.
Es Trenc de Campos beach (Mallorca)
It is the longest beach in the Ensenada de Sa Rápita, formed by an extensive sandy white sand, rustic and isolated, as there is hardly any construction.
Ses Illetes Beach (Formentera)
Nudist beach located in a privileged place, with excellent white sand and very visited by tourism.
Creek in Turqueta (Menorca)
Like many other coves, Cala Turqueta is hidden among pines. To arrive you must go by car and park in the parking lot available. Once there you will have to walk about 10 minutes to reach one of the paradises of Menorca. Although it is a virgin cove, it has bathrooms nearby and there are ... See more
Cala Macarella (Menorca)
Cala Macarella is one of the most famous coves in Menorca. His postcards are the most typical and known of the island. It rivals Cala Turqueta in the blue color of its waters, and is a perfect alternative to it.