The stunning beaches that line the coast of Mallorca Island have made it a favourite holiday destination in Europe for decades. Sun-seeking travellers flock to Mallorca beaches from all over the world to experience the essence of Mediterranean relaxation.
Things to do on the beach in Mallorca
Clear water and fine white sand make the beaches in Mallorca some of the best in Spain. Much of the island’s coast is occupied by large resorts that cater to young holidaymakers as well as families exploring the island. Palma Bay towards the south is lined with bustling resorts, while its spectacular white sand beach makes Alcudia the gem of the north. Further afield, several former fishing villages offer isolated stretches of coastline that remain largely undiscovered by travellers.
For an affluent touch to your holiday in Mallorca, visit glamorous Port Adriano. Littered with extravagant yachts, inviting cafes and designer boutiques, there are plenty of fun things to do at this dazzling beach. Portixol near Palma de Mallorca is also celebrated for its chic offerings and laid-back atmosphere, and the coves along the beaches of Cala d’Or on Mallorca’s east coast are great for exploring with children.
Venturing offshore and under the sea
Travellers come to Mallorca not only to relax on its beaches but to venture into its waters too. Hop into the inviting Mediterranean Sea for an invigorating morning dip, or arrange a diving or snorkelling expedition off the coast of Cala Barca beach in the east. Boat trips can also be organised, and you can even explore independently and stylishly by chartering a yacht.