Hidden coves in Mallorca’s North
At Ponderosa Beach we’re all about SHARING local tips and knowledge. Why? Because we want everyone visiting (or living) this island to get to know the best of Mallorca. Our Mediterranean island is a little piece of paradise and we’re ready to share it with the world! Today we would like to highlight three idyllic spots for you to discover while visiting Mallorca.
Best coves in Mallorca’s North
It is hard to think of only three hidden coves to share with all of you, but we will do our best to give you our favourite places, because ‘sharing is caring’, right? So let’s get to it:
Cala Sant Vicenç
Cala Sant Vicenç is one place, but it has four coves, so we’re giving you four cool places in one for you to discover. Not bad! The four beaches are called: Cala Barques, Cala Clara, Cala Carbo and Cala Molins. All four are in Cala Sant Vicenç, which is why we talk about it as if was one place on the island. The good news is that these beaches are in walking distance one from the other, offering you the perfect day-trip.
The largest is ‘Cala Barques’: white sand, rocky sea, lifeguard and sun loungers.
The furthest away is ‘Cala Carbo’: a rocky cove with no sand, stunning water and the one that’s usually less busy.
‘Cala Clara’ is normally packed, as a large hotel is located right behind it, but still is a wonderful beach with stairs going down from the rocks into the water.
Last, but not least, ‘Cala Molins’: easy access, facilities and lifeguard service with a stunning backdrop.
Located in the Northeast in a stunning cove on the ‘Cap de Formentor’, Cala Figuera and its remote location offers turquoise water and a breath-taking scenario, becoming one of the gems of Mallorca’s North.
Located among high vertical cliffs, this gravel and rock beach has some sandy spots and can only be accessed after a 20-minute walk from the parking nearby.
With 300 metres in length, Cala Mesquida is a remote beach located in Mallorca’s Northeast. What makes this beach extra-special are its surroundings, because the area is actually protected due to the importance for bird-life.
Pine trees and sand dunes will be in the background during your idyllic day by the beach.
Remember that you can always go visit our blog to look for more fun ideas to explore the island!