The unspoiled Cala Figuera Beach on the Formentor Peninsula is likely the most secluded spot in Mallorca during the winter. The rough cliffs face the sea, and winds blow from all directions. In the summer, it’s calmer on the seaside, but more people find their way to the bay. They come for snorkeling and to admire the impressive scenery between mountains and sea.
Few beaches in Mallorca are as hyped as Es Caló des Moro. It is undeniably beautiful, no doubt about it. However, it has become so overcrowded that recommending it becomes questionable. Thanks to unpaid advertising on Instagram, numerous magazines, and across continents, this small bay is swarmed with visitors during summer. We live nearby and witness the hustle and bustle during the summer, but also enjoy the tranquility and solitude in the winter. And we understand why everyone wants to visit Caló des Moro.
The gorge Torrent de Pareis is one of the most impressive natural landmarks of Mallorca. This Grand Canyon of Mallorca was formed by the powerful force of the intermittent stream that flows into the sea not far from the small port of Port de Sa Calobra. Hiking through the Torrent de Pareis doesn’t necessarily require exceptional athletic abilities. If you only explore the mouth of the gorge, it can be easily done with children. In this article, you will find tips on what to consider during your exploration.
Far away from civilization and with only a few people around: these hidden gems are the epitome of natural beaches in Mallorca. While reaching those virgin and secluded beaches of Mallorca may require some effort, the reward of bathing in an untouched oasis, potentially even without any other people around, makes it all worthwhile.
Cala s’Almunia is a small rocky cove with crystal clear water and picturesque fishing huts. It is located in the southeastern part of Mallorca, near Santanyí, and in proximity to the popular but often crowded Caló des Moro bay. While not a hidden gem or a secluded beach itself, under the right circumstances, you can spend some lovely hours at s’Almunia. Let me tell you how.