August 13, 2015
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Despite the impact of tourism, our island has preserved much of its charm. It still offers hundreds of hidden places that have remained unchanged along the years: incredibly beautiful beaches, mountains, natural areas and small towns and villages that are true Mediterranean gems.

Recommending a specific beach is a gamble, one risks not mentioning some of the most beautiful corners of the island. In any case, a visit to Es Trenc and Playa de Muro is mandatory.

These are some of our other suggestions:

  • East Coast. South of Porto Cristo, discover a Natural Area of ​​Special Interest with a total of 5.98 km2, formed by a rocky coast open to the sea through coves of great beauty: Caló d'en Rafalino, Cala Petita, Cala Murta, Cala Falcó, Cala Varques, Cala Magraner, Cala Virgili, Cala Sequer, Cala Bota and Caló des Soldat, all of them unspoilt coves. In the same area, you will also find other coves and beaches of great interest, such as s'Illot, Cala Anguila, Cala Mendia, S'Estany d'en Mas, Calas de Mallorca, Cala Murada, etc.
  • Northern Coast. The Alcudia Bay is well worth a visit, stopping in Son Serra de Marina, Muro Beach and Alcudia Beach. Formentor Beach is a truly magnificent sight.
  • West Coast. It offers unique spots like Deià, Cala Tuent, Sa Calobra or Lluc-Alcari, where a combination of sea and mountain gives visitors the chance of contemplating spectacular views of the island.

Count on us; bet on one of our villas in Mallorca for your next holiday. Go exploring with the rental vehicle included in your reservation, it is the perfect way to discover some of these wonderful places.

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