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Mallorca Beaches, Spain

The most extensive beaches and the most prepared to welcome mass tourism are located along the south coast, near Palma . The one beach that is sure not to disappoint night owls is s'Arenal beach.
South of Palma, the area of Llucmajor features secluded creeks, seldom seen by visitors, some of which retain original characteristics that have not completely been affected by tourism.
Cala Pí is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, best suited for divers, not bathers. Calò de Sa Reina, near Cala Blava, features views of the bay of Palma de Mallorca.
Continuing the journey towards the south-east, the area of Campos reveals dream beaches: es Perengons Petits, es Trenc, ses Covetes.
Es Trenc has become widely known as the "Caribbean" beach. Although frequented by many visitors, this beach, stretching over 3 km of white sand, is preserved all around by unspoilt wild nature. For those arriving by car, there is a paid parking facility in close proximity (approximately 5 €). The panorama includes views over the wonderful sea park of the island of Cabrera. Es Trenc has also become a destination for nudists, who occupy a substantial section of the beach, every summer. 
Toward the north-east, Caló des Moro is enclosed by a highly scenic inlet, with rocky cliffs and a rich pine vegetation.
In the Alcudia area, beaches are ideal venues for relaxation (by day) and entertainment (by night). Bicycle routes run from Picafort to Alcudia, one of the most urbanized areas on the island.
Formentor beach is one of the island's most visited. Conversely, a visit to the amazing Cala Bóquer requires approximately a one-hour walk.
Cap De Formentor is Mallorca's extreme north end, featuring many panoramic areas and pine forests rising steeply from the sea.
On the south-west side, the beach at the tourist port of Sóller is the most popular, however not excessively exploited by tourism. It makes for an excellent rest area before heading for your next adventure along the sheer sea cliffs, typical feature of island's west coast.
Heading back towards Palma, in the area around Andratx, you will yet again see no traces of mass tourism. The most interesting drop to visit is Cala en Basset. Getting there on foot is not easy, but the hard journey will be rewarded by views over the island of Dragonera and its natural park.

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