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A guide to Beaches in Mallorca (Majorca), Palmanova, Magaluf, Cala Agulla, Puerto Pollensa, Cala Millor, Sa Coma, Santa Ponsa
There are so many beautiful beaches around the Island it is very difficult to compare them all. This is a guide to some of most popular including some of the less well known in Mallorca.
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Cala Agulla Beach Cala Ratjada
Cala Agulla beach (length 520 metres) has to be one of the most beautiful beaches on the Island of Mallorca.
There is a great bar directly on the beach. There is a municipal car park. Drive through the forest at Cala Agulla and park for a small fee.
Sunbeds, parasols and a variety of watersports are readily available and you will see many surfers in the sea on a particularly windy day! There is also a life-guard on duty - not readily accessible for wheelchairs.
Cala Domingos Beach - Petit
This beach is found on the East Coast in the resort of Calas de Mallorca
It is a small beach (180 metres long) and you can drive near to the beach.
There are no facilities therefore take drinks and snacks with you.
There is a life-guard on duty - not accessible for wheelchairs.
Porto Cristo Beach
This is a lovely beach (350m) in the town of Porto Cristo, see Sa Coma for more information.
There are sunbeds, parasols and some
pedalos. The scenery here is beautiful
and if you feel like a drink or snack the
restaurants/cafes are directly beside the
There is a life-guard on duty - but the beach is not readily accessible for wheelchairs.
Small beach near Cala Bona
This is a tiny beach just on the outskirts of Cala Bona, near Port Verd. There are no sunbeds or facilities and it is not accessible for wheelchairs. It is only possible to use the beach when the tide is out! The main beach in Bona is small however
Sunbeds and parasols are available.
There are jettys where you can walk out to sea and some tourists picnic at the rocks.
Cala Millor Beach
Cala Millor beach is a vast 2 kilometres of beautiful golden sand.
Cala Millor shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are accessible from the beach.
Lifeguards are on duty at various points.
There are Sunbeds, Parasols, Pedalos. Also various Watersports are available.
The beach can be very busy in Summer! and slopes gently into the sea therefore ideal for children.
Accessible for Wheelchairs.
Sa Coma Beach
Sa Coma Beach is very beautiful with white sand. The beach shelves gently into the sea therefore ideal for family fun.
There are Sunbeds, Parasols, Pedalos and various Watersports available inc Paragliding.
Lifeguards are on duty at various points
along the beach. Accessible for Wheelchairs.
Puerto Pollensa Beach (1.5km) is a very popular beach with families especially those with small children because the water is shallow for a long distance.
Shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are accessible from the beach.
There are Sunbeds, Parasols, Pedalos and various Watersports available. Lifeguards are on duty
Accessible for Wheelchairs.
Santa Ponsa Beach
Santa Ponsa has a super beach (almost 1.5 km) with a beautiful area of natural forest, perfect for a walk or to escape from the heat in Summer!
Shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are accessible from the some parts of the beach.
You will find Sunbeds, Parasols, Pedalos and various Watersports. There are Lifeguards on duty. Accessible for Wheelchairs.
Palmanova has 3 bays, Son Matias, (1.2 km), Palma Nova Bay (1km) and the smaller Es Carregador, all
are beautifully kept and very popular with tourists and locals alike. Shops, restaurants, cafes, bars are easily accessible from the beach.
There are Sunbeds, Parasols, Pedalos and various Watersports. There are also Lifeguards on duty. Accessible for Wheelchairs.
Magaluf has a very beautiful beach of 1Km, very busy in Summer months when young tourists holiday.
You will find Sunbeds, Parasols, Pedalos and various Watersports available.
Lifeguards are on duty. Accessible for Wheelchairs.
Beaches in Mallorca are well maintained by each areas local ajuntament (council) from May-October. Many are cleaned each morning before the tourists arrive.
and the sand quality varies from fine white sand to coarse golden sand and some rocky with small and large pebbles.
Sometimes you can see small to medium sized fish in the sea and rock pools or you might be lucky enough to spot the odd crab or octopus! You can buy buckets and spades for the children in most stores and supermarkets near to the beaches as well as inflatables. Please pay attention to which flag is displaying, this is for your own safety.
Red Flag - No swimming
Yellow - Swim with caution
Green - Safe for swimming
If you would like to see a beach included in this guide, you can 'contact us'
with your suggestion, we would love to hear from you!
You can find more information on beaches in Mallorca from this
useful Balearic Website
Mallorca (Majorca) Beaches