Mallorca: East Coast

Mallorca is the biggest of the Balearic Islands and also the one with a major variety of landscapes. In less than an hour by car you can change from being sunbathing in a marvellous bay to enjoying a great meal in one of the charming villages in the Serra de Tramuntana such as Sóller or Valldemossa. Discover the other Mallorca.

SURROUNDED BY NATURE. It is said that Caló des Moro in Santanyí is the most beautiful bay in Mallorca. After going down using a difficult access and accommodate yourself in one of the rocks, it is time to get into the sea and enjoy the landscape. Around you, you will see a truly unspoiled place with crystalline water and caves formed by the tide. To experiment even more this sensation arrive early in the morning. Just next to it, you can also visit Cala s’Almunia and enjoy the beautiful forms that water has created in the rocks. A MAGIC PLACE. Meters of beach with clear sand and calm clean water. This is Es Trenc a great place to experience with children because of its shallow waters and to relax yourself. Swim far offshore where the noise of the people is imperceptible and enjoy the peacefulness of the place. Once you are there you will realise that these waters have nothing to envy to the Caribbean seas. SANTANYÍ. End the day having dinner in one of the restaurants in Santanyí and enjoy the typical food of the region.        IMG_2178

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One thought on “Mallorca: East Coast

  1. Seems like a wonderful place, and definitely a place that I will go to!

    I like the photos you’ve enclosed in the article, and you’re right, the waters look like the Caribbean! Great panoramic shot too!

    Cheers,
    Tieme

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