Edging further south, we find a trio of ‘wow factor’ beaches within the Mondragó Natural Park: Cala Mondragó (also known as Caló de sa Font de n’Alis), S’Amarador, and Caló Des Burgit. Given protected status in 1992, this truly unspoiled reserve is blessed with wetland, pine forest and nature trails, alongside aquamarine sea and white sand that will render you speechless. The first-mentioned beach is the most accessible, and therefore can be the most crowded, but comes complete with bar and restaurant for light refreshment. S’Amarador is reached easily from here on foot, while Caló Des Burgit is the furthest and least crowded - worth the extra effort. In all cases, bring a snorkel and a good book.

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  • Access:
    • By car
  • Length (meters): 75
  • Promenade: No
  • Type od beach: Sand
  • Composition: White sand
  • Wave conditions : Little waves
  • Anchorage: Yes
  • Nudist: No
  • Sign posts: Yes
  • Lifeguard: Yes
  • Parking: Yes
  • Disabled access: Yes
  • Toilet: Yes
  • Showers: No
  • Phones: No
  • Rubbish bins: Yes
  • Sunshade rental: Yes
  • Sunloungers rental: Yes
  • Shops/resorts: Yes
  • Cleaning service: Yes
  • Diving: Yes

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