All about Mallorca - Majorca

THE ISLAND OF MAJORCA

Mallorca Beaches

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Beaches to the west

Cala Mayor - sports installations.

Puerto de Andratx Nearby are the beaches of Camp de Mar and that of San Telm, which is sheltered by Dragonera island. Both have pinewoods. Andratx is is particularly enjoyable because it is very exclusive and unknown to the package holiday market.

Portal Nous Small beach with nestling between urban developments.

Palma Nova Excellent beach with fine sand and pine groves and much tourist development.

Magalluf Magnificent beach with fine sand and crystal clear waters and much tourist development. Sun, sea and nightclubs.

Illetes Two coves some 75 and 150 metres wide, respectively. Pine trees stretch as far as the shore. Excellent sand.

Santa Ponca Another beach with fine sand and crystal-clear waters.

Peguera Interesting tourist resort. Beautiful, quiet beach with fine sand surrounded by pine trees.

Cala Fornells Small beach with fine sand.


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Here's an apartment for sale in sought after Pollensa for £100,000 and an apartment on the Pine Walk beach front for £225,000
Here's a villa for sale at Pollensa for £875,000


Beaches to the east

Ciudad Jardin. Can Pastilla - El Arenal - seven-kilometre-long beach known as Playa de Palma..

THE NORTHERN COAST

Estellencs (489 inhabitants) Rocky coastline with a beautiful, small bay. Very picturesque site.

Banyalbufer (535 inhabitants) Magnificent nearby coves. Typical scenery with tomato fields all around.

Valdemossa (1,300 inhabitants) The Royal Carthusian Monastery has reminiscences of Chopin and George Sand. There is also a small port just a few kilometres away.

Deia (414 inhabitants) A picturesque mountain village with the Llucalcari cove and a small beach.

Puerto de Soller (1,000 inhabitants) Its semi-circular beach is approximately one kilometre in length.

La Calobra A very beautiful cove. Nearby is the Monastery of LIuc and the Torrent de Pareis beach.

THE NORTH-EAST COAST

Puerto de Pollensa (300 inhabuants) It has the beaches of Cala de Sant Vicencs and Formentor, the former situated some 7 km away from Pollen~a. It is very cosmopolitan and has beautiful pine groves running right next to the beach. Fomentor beach is 9 km from the port of Pollenca and 16 kin from Pollenca itself. Apartment on the beach for sale in Mallorca. It's one of the most prestigious and sought after addresses on the island at Pollensa and the property here is a good investment to buy. Here's a cheaper apartment for sale two blocks back from the beach for £100,000

Puerto de Alcudia (500 inhabitants) Has an extensive beach with fine, clean sand, and is the location of many urban developments.

  • If you would like to rent a beautiful family villa near this beach with private swimming pool Click here for further details of this Mallorca villa to rent

    Can Picafort (800 inhabitants) Extensive beach with fine sand and pine groves.

    Cala Ratiada (1,500 inhabitants) The location of the Arta Caves, as well as the beaches of Son Moll and Cala Guia. Both have fine, clean sand and crystal-clear waters.

    Cala Bona - Cala Millor (300 inhabitants) There are magnificent sandy beaches in a lovely bay surrounded by pine trees.

    THE EAST COAST

    Porto Cristo (1,000 inhabitants) The caves of El Drac and Hams can be visited, and there is also Porto Cristo beach. Nearby is an aquarium and a safari park.

    Porto Colom (411 inhabitants) Has beautiful beaches, like those of Porto Colom, Cala Murada, Cala Mar-sal and Arenal.

    Santany (6,640 inhabitants) Here we find the fishing port of Cala Figuera, surrounded by pine trees. Cala Santanyi lies 5 kin away and has fine sand and clean shallow waters. Other interesting sites include Porto Petro, Cala Llonga and Cala D'Or - the latter being surrounded by rocks and pine trees.
    Apartment to rent at CALA LLONGA, CALA D'OR on the South east of Majorca in a wonderful position with swimming pool Click here for further details

    Colonia de Sant Jordi There is a lovely, sandy beach with crystal-clear waters, as well as pine groves and salt pans.

    It's handy to take a print of this tourist information file: it gives details of all the tourist information centres throughout the island and all the very interesting traditional Mallorcan places of interest.

    Here's a map of the complete island:

    Here's a wonderful beach in a completely different place!


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