There are 262 beaches on Mallorca with a total length of 50 km. The editors of luxury lifestyle magazine abcMallorca have selected the top 20 beaches on Mallorca for you: lonely calas, sandy family beaches or rocky bays…enjoy Mallorca’s amazing coastline!
A beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees and mountains, situated in the municipality of Capdepera, about 80 kilometres from Palma. The water here is sparklingly clean and appears wonderfully light blue, making it the perfect place for swimming and to practise watersports. Well-connected by pedestrian paths to Cala Mesquida, and along the way you pass neighbouring Cala Moltó, frequented by naturists. Snack bar and a pay-to-park area. Take the Manacor road to Capdepera and then head for Cala Ratjada.
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Cala Agulla is a large, white sand beach surrounded by beautiful, natural landscapes in the northeast. A relaxed beach offering water sports & boat trips. […] Cala Agulla
This fine sandy beach is particularly popular with locals and families. In the sandy bays with turquoise water there are numerous caves to explore. There is a kiosk offering snacks, a small restaurant, and sanitary facilities. Many big yachts visit this picturesque bay in summer. Only limited parking available.
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A peaceful cove beach on the southern tip of the island, anchor your boat for the day at Portals Vells to snorkel, relax and visit nearby beaches. […] Portals Vells
This lovely narrow beach, on the Formentor peninsula, is lined with pine trees. You’re always close to the clear sparkling water of the Mediterranean when you want to cool off, and the views across the Bay of Pollensa – with boats bobbing nearby – are dreamy. You can arrive here by boat from Puerto Pollensa or by car (stopping along the peninsula road to admire some spectacular scenery). The Barceló Hotel Formentor is located here.
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A long stretch of white sand beach set along the dramatic landscapes of Cap Formentor, Playa de Formentor is a remote beach with amenities and great sailing. […] Playa de Formentor
Fine white sand, gentle sloping beach, and crystal clear water are three good reasons why Cala Santanyí is one of the best beaches on Mallorca’s southeast coast. The beach is overlooked by a handful of hotels and villas, while a long inlet is lined with rocks scattered with pine and juniper trees. It can get busy over the summer, but arrive early and you can snag one of the sun loungers. The likes of paddle boats and kayaks are also available for hire – don’t miss the dramatic stone sea arch just along the coast.
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Cala Santanyi is a small resort and blue flag beach in the southeast of Mallorca. Family-friendly, crystal clear waters, good diving and snorkelling. […] Cala Santanyi
Set on the northeastern coast of the island, the beach at Canyamel stretches almost 300 metres along the low-key resort of the same name. Its golden sands extend from an estuary and wetland at one end, to rocky coastline backed by picturesque pine forest – where snorkelling conditions can be excellent. Onsite facilities are decent, with a beachfront restaurant, sun lounger rental, and watersport equipment hire.
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Playa de Canyamel is a low-key, blue flag beach & resort town. In recent years more high end hotels & restaurants have opened adding a more exclusive vibe. […] Playa de Canyamel
Camp de Mar
Surrounded by upscale hotels and luxury holiday homes, Camp de Mar is one of the more sophisticated resorts on the island. And its beach is suitably polished, with fine sand, lovely calm water, and picturesque views along the dramatic rocky coastline. A charming footbridge connects to ‘La Illeta’, a restaurant set on a tiny islet serving pretty decent food in a wonderful setting. Other beach facilities include plenty of loungers, a small playground and a couple of showers.
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A holiday resort town with a lovely white sandy beach lined with hotels, shops & restaurants. Ideal for a relaxed family holiday & a central location to explore the southwest of Mallorca. […] Camp de Mar
This small stony beach is a tranquil spot even during high season. It offers easy access to the adjoining rock caves with good diving, snorkelling and swimming. Our tip: fill your picnic basket and spend a summer evening at the beach – the sunsets are unrivalled!
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The village in the Tramuntana on Mallorca is far removed from mass tourism yet there is plenty to discover including many hiking and cycling paths and tradi […] Estellencs
The small gravel beach is embedded in a romantic cave with steep rock faces. With its often rough waves it is the ideal diving and windsurfing ground for experienced sportsmen. Not suitable for children.
More about Cala Tuent
Surrounded by the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana mountains, clear water, and small crowds make Cala Tuent one of the best beaches in the northwest coast. […] Cala Tuent
Port de Pollensa
The sandy beach of Puerto Pollensa with its shady promenade is long, falling off gently and offers a wide choice of water sport activities. It is said to be one of the finest wind surfing areas on the island. Nice restaurants, cafés and shopping facilities are all in close reach. Many consider the long stretch of Playa de Llenaire to be one of the best beaches on Mallorca, situated within a wonderful bay. Lots of poets and painters have been inspired by the beauty of Puerto Pollensa.
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Playa de Port de Pollensa is a large, blue flag beach with a long boardwalk, that offers tons of water sports, boat excursions, restaurants and relaxation. […] Playa de Port de Pollensa
Bahía de Alcudia
The bay of Alcúdia is Mallorca’s longest beach and is among the best developed areas for resorts and hotels in every price range. The good infrastructure, the wide offer of water sport activities and the flat beach make it ideal for families.
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A long, white sand beach that is a popular holiday destination for families and young people. Water sports, restaurants, hotels and a Blue Flag award. […] Playa de Alcudia
If it’s a swathe of unspoilt coastline you’re after, there are few that match Es Carbó. Stretching for around a kilometre towards the southern-most tip of Mallorca, this totally undeveloped beach is backed by protected sand dunes and overlooks calm, clear and inviting waters. Its relative remoteness means it’s usually less crowded than similar Es Trenc beach, but expect a bit of a walk and be sure to pack plenty of provisions as you’ll find no facilities on the beach.
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A beach for the adventurous spirit, Platja Es Carbó is a 30 minute walk from the nearest town or anchor a boat and enjoy the solitude and unique location. […] Es Carbó
The magnificent Mesquida bay lies six kilometres to the north of Cala Ratjada and its open views make it one of the most beautiful in the north-east of the island. It has various facilities for beach visitors. A watchtower atop a small mountain looks down over the more built-up end of the beach. The fine white sands make it great for relaxing or walking, and this is one of the few beaches where surfers can often catch a wave.
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Cala Mesquida is a beautiful, white sand beach and quiet resort village in the northeast near lovely Capdepera and Arta. A great spot to dive or snorkel. […] Cala Mesquida
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. This promenade will take you all the way to the fishing harbour at Cala Bona. The sea is initially shallow and quite safe – appropriate for children.
More about Cala Millor
With its blue flag beach, the east Mallorcan resort of Cala Millor is the perfect place for a family holiday; find out more with this abcMallorca guide. […] Cala Millor
This stunning sandy double bay is located in the environment-protected area of Mondragó and ranges among the most beautiful spots on the East coast. The pine wood stretches almost to the turquoise coloured sea, the sand is fine and white and the form of the bay gives it natural shelter. Ideal for families with small children. There is a beach bar offering snacks and refreshments and a big public car park.
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Cala Mondrago and S’Amarador are two of the best Blue Flag beaches on Mallorca’s southeast coast. Quiet, cove beaches in the stunning Mondrago Natural Park. […] Cala Mondragó
The largest unspoilt beach on the island, 60 meters wide and 3.5 km long of white sandy beach backed by sand dunes.. The beach is flat with fine white sand and turquois Carribean-like water and equally popular with tourists and the locals. Two beach bars offer refreshments and snacks with cool chill-out music playing in the background. Regrettably there are no sanitary facilities or fresh water showers and it can get rather crowded in high season, particularly at the weekend. Free parking is limited, paid parking available. Directions: Drive through Campos following signs to Santanyí. Immediately after leaving Campos there is sign on your right to Es Trenc.
More about Es Trenc
The crystal blue waters and the soft white sandy beach with an undeveloped backdrop makes Es Trenc beach one of the most popular on the island. […] Es Trenc
Located in the relatively small family-friendly resort of the same name, Playa de Sa Coma stands amongst the most pleasant beaches along the eastern coast of the island. Designated as one of Mallorca’s Blue Flag Beaches, you can guarantee fine golden sand and clear blue water, with the convenience of plenty of facilities a just short stroll away. It’s also not far from to other fine beaches, Cala Millor to the north and S’Illot just south.
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Sa Coma is a popular beach resort for German and British families and couples looking to relax and enjoy the beauty of the northeast coast of Mallorca. […] Sa Coma
One for those who don’t like to share the beach with too many others! On the east coast, near the Calas de Mallorca, it’s not easy to find – which is part of its attraction. Park in a lane, and pass through large metal gates to take the 15 minute walk through pines down to the cove. You’ll be rewarded with clear turquoise waters and tranquillity, but may be sharing the sands with a few naturists – and, possibly, the odd curious bull!
More about Cala Varques
A secluded, pristine beach popular with locals and tourists looking for a quiet day at the beach, Cala Varques has a chilled, hippy vibe and a sense of escape […] Cala Varques
Cala Portals Nous
Close to the beautiful harbour of Puerto Portals you will find a long sandy beach. Popular with the local Mallorcan residents, it has sunshades and loungers to rent, and showers. With a few very nice restaurants on or close to the beach this is a nice option for a relaxing day with the family.
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Playa d’Oratori, is a blue-flag beach near Puerto Portals & the village of Portals Nous. Top restaurants & chic ambiance make for a lively day at the beach. […] Cala Portals Nous (Playa d’Oratori)
Playa de Muro
Golden sandy beach that is the continuation of the beach of Puerto Alcúdia until you reach Can Picafort. This stretch of Mallorcan coastline is now dotted with luxury five star hotels and good restaurants and beach clubs.
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Playa de Muro is a large stretch of white sand beach in the northeast that has something for everyone; Clean, blue water, activities, restaurants & hotels. […] Playa de Muro
More about the Best Beaches on Mallorca
Mallorca’s wonderful beaches have been yet again recognised with the blue flag awards. The island now has 31 blue flag beaches – including 3 new awards. […] Mallorca’s Blue Flag Beaches