Sa Calobra beach. | R.C.

Despite the fact that it is so tricky to access - 13 kilometres of hairpin bends by road, a pretty treacherous hike through the Torrent de Pareis, or an hour-long boat trip from Puerto Soller - Sa Calobra is one of Mallorca’s most beloved beauty spots. The first beach is rather uninspiring, 30 metres of pebbles joined by some eateries and shops, but after following a long walkway carved into the cliffside, you reach the main event, Torrent de Pareis. Breathtakingly beautiful, surrounded by imposing cliffs, this shingle beach offers endless Kodak moments, especially if you hang on for sunset. Just don’t expect to have the beach to yourself, in peak season visitors can be packed like sardines.

More information

  • Access:
    • By car
  • Length (meters): 30
  • Promenade: No
  • Type od beach: Gravel
  • Composition:
  • Wave conditions : Medium waves
  • Anchorage: Yes
  • Nudist: No
  • Sign posts: Yes
  • Lifeguard: No
  • Parking: Yes
  • Disabled access: No
  • Toilet: Yes
  • Showers: No
  • Phones: No
  • Rubbish bins: Yes
  • Sunshade rental: No
  • Sunloungers rental: No
  • Shops/resorts: No
  • Cleaning service: No
  • Diving: Yes

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