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Summer holiday on the best beaches of the Balearic Islands

Balearic Islands

In the Balearic Islands, you will find a paradise of white sand and turquoise waters in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. The perfect place to simply relax and enjoy. Below are some of the best beaches in the archipelago so you can start planning your trip.

  • Caló des Moro, Mallorca

    Caló des Moro, Mallorca

    Very close to Santanyí, about six kilometres away, you will find the most popular beach in Mallorca and one of the best known for its natural beauty. After walking for a few minutes along a path, you will get your reward: fine white sand, a few large rocks and crystal-clear water will be waiting for you in this quiet corner of the island.

  • Es Trenc Beach, Mallorca

    Es Trenc Beach, Mallorca

    An incredible unspoilt beach surrounded by pine trees, with over three kilometres of fine white sand. The water, in addition to being impeccable and transparent, is always very calm, making it a perfect place for swimming and enjoying with the family.

  • Cavalleria Beach, Menorca

    Cavalleria Beach, Menorca

    This beach is found in the north of the island of Menorca, and is one of the quietest. Here, you will find more than half a kilometer of reddish sand in the middle of nature, a perfect place to put your towel wherever you want and enter the water to cool off. In addition, this beach has an extensive area of ​​dunes that will offer you an unforgettable landscape. 

  • Cala Macarella, Minorca

    Cala Macarella, Minorca

    This is, without a doubt, one of the most famous coves in Menorca. An authentic paradise hidden between rocks, perfect for enjoying the sea and the sun. If you find the place is packed with people, you can walk for a few minutes until you reach its smaller sister, Macarelleta cove, just as beautiful, but in a slightly smaller and less crowded space.

  • Caló des Mort, Formentera

    Caló des Mort, Formentera

    This is a dream cove, especially in the low season, when, with luck, you can swim almost alone. To the south of Formentera, on the so-called Costa de Migjorn, is where you can find this beautiful little corner. Plus, if you stay late you can enjoy a real show: When the sun sets below the horizon, the sea turns golden to create a postcard landscape.

  • Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera

    Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera

    Located at the northernmost point of the island, this beach was chosen as the best in Europe, thanks to its white sand and turquoise waters, which, with the Posidonia at its bottom, an aquatic plant species, are of the highest quality in the world. A magical place in Formentera, that you cannot miss.

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    Cala d'Hort, Ibiza

    A small cove with great views, one of the best beaches in Ibiza regardless of its dimensions, since the surroundings of this cove are spectacular, and not only for being located in strict nature reserve, also for the wonderful views of the islets of Es Vedrá and Es Vedranell. A set of characteristics that make it a unique beach.

  • Playa Aigües Blanques, Ibiza

    Playa Aigües Blanques, Ibiza

    After going down a path with a steep slope, you will step on the golden sand of this beautiful beach with calm waters and high cliffs, in the northwest of the island. Here you will find a paradise for divers, but you will also love it if you just want to relax since the mud from the cliff is often used as a skin care ointment and for massages. 

These are some of the beautiful beaches that you will find on the Balearic Islands. Don't hesitate: discover them!

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