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7 beaches in Mallorca to visit on your summer holidays

If you are looking for a destination for your next summer holiday, Mallorca is an option that you cannot overlook. The Mediterranean island is known for its stunning beaches, which attract visitors from all over the world with more than 300 beaches along its coastline.


Mallorca offers a wide variety of beaches and natural landscapes to suit all tastes. From unspoilt beaches surrounded by nature to urban beaches with all kinds of amenities and services, Mallorca has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday.


Playa de Palma: Mallorca’s most famous beach is located on the east coast of the island, just a 10-minute drive from the airport. With a length of 4.5 kilometres, this beach has a wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops in the surrounding area. The soft white sand and crystal clear water are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and water sports.


Cala Agulla: Located on the northeast coast of Mallorca, Cala Agulla is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Surrounded by mountains and pine forests, Cala Agulla has a quieter and more natural atmosphere than other more urban beaches on the island. The soft white sand and crystal clear water are perfect for swimming and relaxing. 


Cala Mondragó: Located in the Mondragó Natural Park on the southeast coast of Mallorca, Cala Mondragó is an unspoilt beach surrounded by nature. With gentle slopes and turquoise waters, Mondragó cove is ideal for children. In addition, the natural park has numerous trails for walking and enjoying nature. The Mondragó cove is an ideal beach for those looking for a more natural experience away from the noise and bustle of the city.


Cala Varques: One of the most beautiful and least known beaches on the island, Cala Varques is located on the east coast of Mallorca. This unspoilt beach has soft white sand and crystal clear waters. Despite its beauty, Cala Varques has no tourist services or facilities, making it a perfect beach for those looking for a more secluded and quiet experience.


Playa de Muro: Located on the north coast of Mallorca, Playa de Muro is a 5.5 kilometre long beach, famous for its soft white sand and crystal clear waters. In addition, this beach has plenty of bars and restaurants, making it an ideal choice for those looking for a livelier atmosphere.


Cala Millor: Located on the east coast of Mallorca, Cala Millor is a beach famous for its lively atmosphere. With a large number of bars and restaurants, this beach is an ideal place for those looking for a more festive atmosphere. In addition, this beach is very popular with water sports enthusiasts as it offers a wide variety of activities such as water skiing, windsurfing, paddle surfing and much more.


Es Trenc: Located on the south coast of Mallorca, Es Trenc is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. With a 3-kilometre long stretch of soft white sand and crystal clear waters that resemble those of the Caribbean, it is an ideal place for those seeking a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere. Due to its location in a protected area, this beach is in a stunning natural environment, surrounded by dunes and pine trees that make it a unique and special place.


As you can see, Mallorca has a lot of beautiful beaches and each one offers a unique experience. If you are also looking for quality accommodation to enjoy your holidays in Mallorca, you cannot miss Samaritana Suites


Located in the city of Palma, it is a modern and elegant accommodation with spacious and bright flats, equipped with kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom and with all the amenities to enjoy an ideal stay in Mallorca


In addition, its location in the heart of Palma allows you to enjoy all the attractions of the city, as well as easy access to the main beaches of the island. Don’t hesitate any longer, book now your stay at Samaritana Suites and enjoy the best price!


Exploring Sóller: A Treasure in Mallorca’s Golden Valley

The picturesque town of Sóller is nestled in the midst of a “valley of oranges” in the northwest of Mallorca, also known as the “golden valley” due to the abundance of its citrus crops that have flourished over the centuries. This charming enclave not only offers a stunning landscape between