Visit Majorca’s Best Wild Beaches
Majorca is the island of sun, sea and sand, boasting some of the best tourist beaches in Europe. But if you want something a little different the next time you stay at Club MAC Alcudia, you could always check out some of Majorca’s best wild beaches instead. Here are a five you should definitely visit…
Cala Boquer (pictured above)
Drive due north from Club MAC for about an hour and you’ll reach Cala Boquer, one of the remotest beaches on the island. You need to walk for 45 minutes through Boquer Valley to reach the beach, which lies at the end. Once you arrive on this stony, isolated beach, you’ll encounter crystal clear turquoise waters, so Cala Boquer is one of the best spots on the island for snorkelling!
This pebbly beach is remote but fairly easy to access. Just drive for around an hour and a quarter down to South Majorca and walk down the nearby-trail for quarter of an hour and you’re there! Once you reach Es Calo, you’ll never want to leave this secluded paradise, which is known for its breath-taking views and blissful waters. This is the perfect place to swim among the fishes in peace!
The Huffington Post explains that Cala Varques, just over an hour’s drive from our resort, is harder to find than most of the beaches on this list, but so worth the effort. Based on Majorca’s glorious East coast, Cala Varques is known for its magnificent caves, amazing rock climbing and stunning blue waters. Be warned, you will have to walk 45 minutes from Calas de Mallorca to reach the beach!
Cala Figuera is located near Club MAC in Formentor, near the northern tip of Majorca. When you arrive, just take a short walk downhill to reach the bay. This pebbly beach is another great spot for snorkelling in Majorca. If you head out to the rock in the middle of the bay, you could encounter fascinating wildlife, such as cuttlefish and jellyfish, making Cala Figuera a must for sea life lovers!
Do you love remote beaches, but not want to be cut off from civilisation? Es Trenc, an hour’s drive away from Club MAC, is the beach for you. On Es Trenc, you’ll find a bar and a restaurant, as well as umbrellas and sundecks, so it’s popular with tourists. But it’s still one of the wildest beaches in Majorca, boasting protected sand dunes and beautiful seas that will blow you away when you visit!
Explore natural Majorca
When it comes to Majorca’s natural, unspoiled beauty, we’ve only just scratched the surface. The largest of the Balearic Islands features a host of natural attractions, from the world famous Caves of Drach to the S’Albufera wetlands, which house a diverse range of flora and fauna. Majorca is the dream holiday destination for you if you live to discover unspoiled natural sites in all their glory!