One of the fundamental reasons why people decide to travel to Majorca is their beaches of crystal clear water accompanied by good weather almost perennial. Next, we will break down in a ranking the five beaches that you should not miss during a holiday in Majorca, especially if you are staying in the south of the island. Speaking of accommodations, our recommendation would be to rent a villa in Cala d'Or for two fundamental reasons: first, for the incredible beauty of the area and, second, for its enviable geographical location as a starting point to visit all these beaches.
Caló des moro
This cove is very easily identifiable by its rectangular shape of pool; this is because it is nestled between two huge rocks, about 30 meters wide. It is usually very busy, especially in the months of July and August. If you have planned to spend your holidays in Majorca during those summer months, we recommend going very early to catch a spot. Cala d'Or is only 20km away from it, which would save us getting up early.
We quote it below for being a beach next to Caló des moro. Very beautiful too but not as well known as the previous one since access is a bit more complicated. It can be accessed either by crossing fishermen's houses or by some of the rocks that surround it.
The situation of this cove is also perfect for those who have rented a villa in Cala d'Or as it is about 15km away. In addition to its impressive turquoise waters, this beach has two other attractions in its favour: the proximity of another beautiful beach such as S'Amarador and the Natural Park of Mondragó, a must for all nature lovers.
Another beach surrounded by nature, not so easy to access and therefore not so well known, which will make you feel like the protagonist of a pirate movie. It is also worth going to the bridge that forms a natural arch. It is located a little over 20 km away from Cala d'Or.
The last of this list but far from the worst, in several rankings appears as one of the best beaches in Spain. Although it is a little further from Cala d'Or, about 30 km away, it is definitely worth the trip to enjoy the more than 3km of fine white sand of this beach, probably the most famous of all of Majorca.
Majorca is full of coves and beaches and it's always good to have some to start with.