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.
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.
Most vacationers head to the rugged northwest coast to visit Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis. Few realize that just a few kilometers to the west lies a hidden gem. The Cala Tuent beach is a natural bay surrounded by imposing mountains, perfect for both swimming and hiking. Because in addition to the crystal-clear water ideal for swimming, there’s also a picturesque viewpoint by an old watchtower.