Majorca’s coves, a tour of the beaches that seem natural pools in the Balearic paradise


Majorca is an island that enchants its visitors. Its landscapes, culture, climate and beaches and coves deployed along its coastline make the island of Mallorca a tourist destination par excellence. BlueBay Hotels & Resorts has on the island one of the largest complexes of the group and a wide range of accommodation with over ten hotel establishments to meet the needs of the most demanding guests.


Caló des Moro (or Cala del Moro) is for many one of the most beautiful beaches of Mallorca. The reasons lie in its white sand and turquoise water, but above all, its natural setting among small cliffs and vegetation, making it a place of dreams. The cove is a bit hidden, departing from Palma towards Llombards.


Another gem of Mallorca, Cala Varques is an unspoilt cove of Manacor, southeast of the island. In fact it is among the most natural and undisturbed in Mallorca, with its crystal clear waters, white sand and being surrounded by pine trees and small cliffs with caves.


Cala Mondragó lies inside a natural park (Mondragón), in the municipality of Satañy. Once again, small cliffs are combined here with pine trees and small coves bathed by a calm and turquoise sea.


This beach, besides being a natural swimming pool, is a curiosity, being enclosed by cliffs of 200 meters. It is called Sa Calobra, and it’s the result of erosion of a stream that crosses the Sierra de Tramontana to find the sea. It is a narrow, secluded beach and it’s amazing to discover. Coming from Palma, the road consists of eight hundred curves (it’s a winding road), and a section to go on foot. The prize is an unforgettable swim in a pristine corner.


A heavenly white sand enclosed in the pine forest and cliffs. Cala Llombards is a few minutes from the Santanyí urbanization, and offers a family atmosphere. It is also sheltered from the wind and is easily accessible so it is a good alternative for those who prefer to avoid the adventure of reaching a hidden or remote site.


Cala Moltó, which along with Cala Agulla and Mesquida are part of a protected natural area east of the island. A pine forest undeveloped zone worth exploring in full. Cala Moltó is small with a rocky bottom, easily accessible by road.


Also known as Cala Pi de la Posada, Cala Formentor is a cove with several beaches and small coves. In this case, it is a long stretch of sand on the coast, narrow and only a few meters from the water, covered with lush vegetation of pine and oak branches that almost seem to caress the sea.


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