We can already feel spring coming in early! Those warm evenings, that bright colours, the soft breeze… we are getting excited and we know you’re getting excited too!
And if you’d ask us what our perfect spring evening looks like, we would always, always go with a stunning Mediterranean sunset. So, before spring makes his official debut, you need to write down our local tips on this topic.
Best sunsets in Mallorca
One of the best feelings in the world is having a cold beer in your hand, enjoying the company of someone you love and seeing the sun go down with the Med as your backdrop. Well, today you’ll find out about our favourite sunset spots on the island. Ready?
Sa Foradada – the ultimate sunset spot
If you’ve been to Mallorca or heard about this sunny island, you’ve probably also heard about ‘Sa Foradada’. Let’s go one step further: if you’ve done your research and searched by #sunsetmallorca on Instagram, this spot has most definitely showed up a few times.
No question asked, this viewpoint situated on a cliff edge in the west of the island, near Deià, is one of the most photographed viewpoints thanks to the amazing views over the distinctive and emblematic rock formation. Absolutely magical as the backdrop for your sundowner, Sa Foradada is well worth a visit.
Es Trenc – beachy sunset to remember
Spending the day at the beach is one of our favourite activities all year long. And as soon as spring lands, we absolutely love to just lay back, visit one of the many stunning beaches Mallorca has to offer and take a long walk sinking our toes in the sand.
If this sounds like it could be your cup of tea too, you’ll love this idea: grab a bottle of wine, some cheese, crackers & fruit and put the cherry on top of your beach walk by having a picnic at sunset. And if you ask us what beach you should definitely try this at, we’ll most definitely say this: Es Trenc. This virgin piece of paradise is an absolute stunner to watch the sun go down!
Cap de Formentor – secluded location for sunset-lovers
Mallorca has a total of fourteen lighthouses. Being a strong part of the island’s history, many of them have been perfectly preserved and can still be visited and enjoyed. The Formentor lighthouse is our last recommended spot to see the sunset when in Mallorca.
Located about 20 kilometres away from Port de Pollensa, the lighthouse offers panoramic views of the Med, giving you an extra glimpse of Mediterranean beauty when the sun says goodbye to wrap up another day.