Summer is here! We couldn’t be happier about it. And we’re here to give you some serious summer inspo! Let’s talk about beaches once again! But after giving you our selection of the best beaches in Mallorca, we’ve thought to also give you some advice divided by the different areas of the island. And Mallorca’s South happens to be one of our favorite areas when it comes down to finding a nice beach or cove and spend the day!
It’s time for you to take a virtual tour and choose the beach you like the most!
The best beaches in Mallorca’s South
In the Southern area of Mallorca you’ll find the ultimate Mediterranean dream come true: white golden sand & turquoise crystal clear water. That’s the winning combination. So, if you’re thinking about hitting the beach, this might help to choose a really lovely beach to spend the day at!
It doesn’t get any more natural than Es Carbó. This breath-taking beach can’t be reached by car, which is why you can either park your car in Colonia de Sant Jordi and start walking for about 30 minutes or reach it by boat.
This large remote beach is about 2.3 kilometres away from Colonia de Sant Jordi and is lacking all kinds of facilities: just you and the beach.
Another peaceful and not very busy 100% Mediterranean beach is Es Caragol. Located even after Es Carbó, it is a long walk away from Colonia de Sant Jordi.
The beach is a mix of sand and beautiful rocks, adding to its charm and feeling of being lost in nature. Nudism is allowed and it never gets busy, as it is difficult to reach!
Es Trenc is one of the beaches Mallorca is famous for. With an unspoilt beauty, this stunning beach is not attached to any resort, being isolated and offering a natural feel.
Es Trenc can be reached by car; there are plenty of parking spaces nearby, making this beach very busy in summer. With over 2 kilometres of golden sand and clear water, it is often referred to as Mallorca’s answer to the Caribbean.
Caló d’es Moro
Very different from Es Carbó, Es Caragol and Es Trenc, Caló d’es Moro is a picture perfect cove located in Mallorca’s Southeast, about 6 kilometres away from Santanyí.
Parking can be difficult, but once you’ve done it, you won’t have to walk long to reach this little piece of Paradise. It’s adjacent to Cala S’Almunia; both of them are worth a visit! Warning: it gets really busy in summer!