Beaches in Mallorca

Beaches

Playa de Alcudia

The accessibility by car is easy

Beaches in Mallorca

Beaches

Es Trenc

Most beautiful beach on the island

Beaches in Mallorca

Beaches

Cala Mondragó

Given protected status in 1992

The magical night of Sant Joan in Palma
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Attractions

Mallorca events: What's On from Friday to Sunday

This weekend marks the official start of the summer season, highlighted by the Sant Joan Fiestas in Deya, Palma, Mancor de la Vall, Muro, Portopetro, and Son Servera.

Andrew EdeFotos: J. MOREY

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Travel woes expected.

Travelling

New European travel rules given cold shoulder by British travellers

The EU’s new Entry/Exit System is set to launch on October 6 of this year, with the system replacing the manual passport stamping.

Jason Moore

Magaluf, Mallorca

Attractions

Calvia says no to Magalluf jet ski circuit

"Doesn't fit in at all with the model of sustainable and environmentally friendly tourism."

Andrew Ede

Beaches in Mallorca

Portals Vells

Popular spot to drop your anchor

Aerial view of Santa Ponsa beach

Santa Ponsa

Family beach

Es Carregador is a comfortable and pleasant beach.

Es Carregador (Palmanova)

Ideal beach for children

Beaches in Mallorca

Cala Major

Urban beach

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Take a look at what's on offer in our Forthcoming events and offers, this week including free tickets to Aqualand, pretty bracelets, a table linen set, and much more

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Queen's College find rubbish in the forest

Schools

Queen's College news: Summer musical performance and clean up in the forest

Reception children went into the forest to do a clean up and the children in Nursery, Reception and Years 1 and 2 performed their summer musical, The Scarecrow Who Couldn't Scare, for their parents.

Queen's College