Beaches in Majorca
On a holiday to Majorca you are never far from one of the many beaches around the island. The sun kissed beaches in Majorca offer a diverse choice, from secluded coves to busy beaches lined with bars and parasols. We’ve compiled a guide listing some of the best beaches in Majorca, whether you’re looking for family beaches, beaches ideal for sports or something a little quieter.
Beaches Ideal For Families
Playa de Muro Beach, Alcudia
Located between C’an Picafort and Alcudia, the beach at Playa de Muro is large and family friendly. With golden sands and crystal clear waters stretching for over 5km, you’ll quickly see why this beach is so popular. A short walk from your sunbed you’ll find a selection of bars and restaurants, catering to a variety of tastes. For the more active beach lover a variety of water sports are available, including snorkelling, pedalos and boat trips.
- Length - 5292m, Toilets & Showers - Yes, Bars & Restaurants - Yes, Sunbeds & Parasols Available
Cala Gran Beach, Cala D'Or
The shallow waters at Cala Gran make this beach a popular choice for families. The largest of the beaches in the Cala D’Or resort, its’ wide golden sands are dotted with sunbeds and parasols perfect for soaking up the Mediterranean sun. Close by lies the pedestrianised area of Cala D’Or, where you’ll find plenty of shops, bars and restaurants ideal for escaping the heat of the sun.
- Length - 45m, Toilets & Showers - Yes, Bars & Restaurants - Yes, Sunbeds & Parasols Available
Majorca’s party capital was built around this sandy beach, which measures 1600m long. Located close to the resort centre, Magaluf beach is buzzing with activity during the summer. If you like your beaches loud and lively, Magaluf beach will keep you entertained throughout your stay. Pedalo’s can be hired on the beach and, if you’re feeling brave enough, taken over to nearby Lizard Island. There are also plenty of water sports to keep you busy, from banana boats to scuba diving.
- Length – 1600m, Toilets & Showers – Yes, Bars & Restaurants – Yes, Sunbeds & Parasols Available
Playa de Palma Beach
The beach of Playa de Palma connects the two resorts of C'an Pastilla and El Arenal. During peak season the beach is a hub of activity, with plenty of attractions close by to keep beach goers entertained. A promenade runs the entire length of the beach, lined with restaurants, shops and a cycle route running alongside it.
- Length – 4600m, Toilets & Showers – Yes, Bars & Restaurants – Yes, Sunbeds & Parasols Available
Beaches Ideal for Relaxing
S'Illot Beach, Sa Coma
Due to its isolated location, S’Illot beach is often overlooked by tourists. The quiet pebble beach is located between the larger resorts of Alcudia and Pollensa, a popular choice with windsurfers and scuba divers. Facilities here are limited, with no toilets or sunbeds available like larger beaches on the island.
- Length – 600m, Toilets & Showers – No, Bars & Restaurants - No, No Sunbeds or Parasols Available
Beaches Ideal for Water Sports
Cala Millor Beach
Located on the Eastern coast of Majorca, Cala Millor is the beach of choice for adrenaline junkies. Easily accessible via public transport and with bars and restaurants close by, Cala Millor beach attracts both tourists and locals. Stretching over 1300m, the beach offers a variety of activities, from boat trips to diving.
- Length – 1320m, Toilets & Showers – Yes, Bars & Restaurats – Yes, Sunbeds & Parasols Available