Cala Llompard beach. | G. ALOMAR

Local residents would rather we kept these particular beaches secret - it’s not hard to understand why. Cala Llombards is a smart second-home community with a long narrow white sand cove tucked between cliffs. These cliffs offer a great vantage point for leaping into the clear waters, which people often do. Meanwhile, the municipality’s most distinctive monument, Es Pontàs, a formidable bridge-shaped rock, is at the entrance to Cala Llombards and best viewed from the appropriately named Mirador Es Pontàs. If you’re an energetic type, a half-hour walk is all that’s required to reach the next beach, Caló des Moro. It’s a shame the secret is out because, on the one hand, this paradisiacal beach is about as jaw-droppingly gorgeous as you can get, while on the other it can get rather crowded on a summer weekend. Be careful as you descend the steep makeshift steps to the shore. Literally a couple of minutes’ walk brings you to Cala S’Almunia, a rather smaller, less crowded and, sadly, less sandy affair, but the water is incredibly inviting. Beware - there are more steep stairs to navigate.

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  • Access:
    • By car
  • Length (meters): 150
  • Promenade: No
  • Type od beach: Sand
  • Composition: White sand
  • Wave conditions : Medium waves
  • Anchorage: Yes
  • Nudist: No
  • Sign posts: Yes
  • Lifeguard: Yes
  • Parking: Yes
  • Disabled access: No
  • Toilet: Yes
  • Showers: Yes
  • Phones: No
  • Rubbish bins: No
  • Sunshade rental: Yes
  • Sunloungers rental: Yes
  • Shops/resorts: Yes
  • Cleaning service: Yes
  • Diving: No

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