There are 262 beaches in Majorca with a total length of 50 km. The editorial team at abcMallorca have selected their top 20 favourite beaches on Mallorca just for you: choose from deserted calas, white sandy family beaches or rocky bays… enjoy Mallorca’s amazing coastline!

Palmanova : Situated next to Magaluf, Palmanova is a family-friendly resort town known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. Spend your days relaxing on the shores, exploring the coastal promenade, or engaging in thrilling water activities. Palmanova also boasts a range of restaurants, shops, and entertainment options to cater to all tastes.


Beach Holiday

When planning your beach holiday to Mallorca you may like to select a luxury boutique hotel with direct access to one of these white sandy beaches or enjoy five-star luxury with incredible Mediterranean views at a seafront hotel in Palma or an adult-only hotel, whatever your preference check out the abcMallorca Collection of the best beachfront luxury hotels in Mallorca.

Top 20 beachfront luxury hotels on Mallorca

Top 20 beachfront luxury hotels on Mallorca

Here is our selection of the best beachfront hotels on Mallorca. Whether you want a sea view room or private beach access, you’ll find it here.READ MORE


Cala Agulla

Cala Agulla is a beautiful beach surrounded by pine trees and mountains, situated in the municipality of Capdepera, about 80 kilometres from Palma. The water here is sparklingly clean and appears wonderfully light blue, making it the perfect place for swimming and to practise watersports. Well-connected by pedestrian paths to Cala Mesquida, and along the way you pass neighbouring Cala Moltó, frequented by naturists. Snack bar and a pay-to-park area. Take the Manacor road to Capdepera and then head for Cala Ratjada.

Cala Agulla

Cala Agulla

Cala Agulla is a large, white sand beach surrounded by beautiful, natural landscapes in the northeast. A relaxed beach offering water sports & boat trips.


Portals Vells

The fine sandy beach of Portals Vells is particularly popular with locals and families. In the sandy bays with turquoise water there are numerous caves to explore. There is a kiosk offering snacks, a small restaurant, and sanitary facilities. Many big yachts visit this picturesque bay in summer. Only limited parking available.

Portals Vells

Portals Vells

A peaceful cove beach on the southern tip of the island, anchor your boat for the day at Portals Vells to snorkel, relax and visit nearby beaches.


Playa de Formentor

Playa de Formentor is a lovely narrow beach, on the Formentor peninsula, is lined with pine trees. You’re always close to the clear sparkling water of the Mediterranean when you want to cool off, and the views across the Bay of Pollensa – with boats bobbing nearby – are dreamy. You can arrive here by boat from Puerto Pollensa or by car (stopping along the peninsula road to admire some spectacular scenery). The Barceló Hotel Formentor is located here.

Playa de Formentor

Playa de Formentor

A long stretch of white sand beach set along the dramatic landscapes of Cap Formentor, Playa de Formentor is a remote beach with amenities and great sailing.


Cala Santanyi

Fine white sand, gentle sloping beach, and crystal clear water are three good reasons why Cala Santanyí is one of the best beaches on Mallorca’s southeast coast. The beach is overlooked by a handful of hotels and villas, while a long inlet is lined with rocks scattered with pine and juniper trees. It can get busy over the summer, but arrive early and you can snag one of the sun loungers. The likes of paddle boats and kayaks are also available for hire – don’t miss the dramatic stone sea arch just along the coast.

Cala Santanyi

Cala Santanyi

Cala Santanyi is a small resort and blue flag beach in the southeast of Mallorca. Family-friendly, crystal clear waters, good diving and snorkelling.


Playa de Canyamel

Set on the northeastern coast of the island, Playa de Canyamel stretches almost 300 metres along the low-key resort of the same name. Its golden sands extend from an estuary and wetland at one end, to rocky coastline backed by picturesque pine forest – wh