Balearic Islands: The most beautiful beaches in Majorca

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The Balearic Islands, Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, are not only famous for the great vitality of their nights and the number of discos and clubs that host. There are many other reasons to enjoy a few days of vacation in those areas.

Balearic Islands

First of all, the sea and the beaches. Let us see how it behaves Majorca in fact of beaches and coasts suitable for snorkeling (even if for diving it seems that Ibiza and Formentera are the best destinations).

The choice is pretty wide, there are approximately 300 beaches in Majorca, although there are some ruined by wild urbanization, many are truly heavenly. Such as Es Trenc, three miles of pristine white sand and turquoise sea that are earning the title of the most beautiful island. Followed by Es Pregons Grans and Es Pregons Petits, reachable only on foot or by boat, and Cala Mondrago, famous for its crystal clear sea.

S’Arenal de Sa Rapita the pines come right on the sand and wind surfing is the most popular sport.Agulla will welcome you unhindered with his very fine sand, instead of Cala Figuera, where to earn the sea you have to follow a path a bit uncomfortable.

Cala Egos also pretty wild, where tourists rarely come. While between Port d’Andratx to the Cap de Formentor you can choose your preferred angle between the coast about 200 miles of beaches and cliffs overlooking the sea.

Sa Calobra is usually frequented by tourists, attracted by the canyon of the river, which plunges into a deep blue sea. We complete the ride in Cala Tuent, wild bay at the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana, with a small pebble beach and fine grains of sand.

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