Mallorca is full of beautiful beaches with fine white sand, many of which have developed as tourist resorts which welcome the thousands of people who spend their holidays on the island. Nevertheless, of the 202 beaches described on this website, 65 are completely unspoilt; some of these can be reached easily and others are hidden away and can only be accessed on foot or by boat.

One of the advantages of being an island is that whilst the beaches on the northern coast of Mallorca will have bad weather when a northerly wind is blowing, the beaches on the southern coast of Mallorca will be fine, and this is an important consideration when deciding which beach to visit.

Before swimming, it is important to consider the sea conditions. Most beaches on Mallorca use the flag system to indicate safety for swimming, with green flags indicating no danger, yellow flags indicating that it is necessary to be careful and red flags indicating that you mustn´t enter the water under any circumstances.

Beaches in Alcúdia
Beaches in Andratx
Beaches in Artà
Beaches in Cala D’Or
Beaches in Cala Bona
Beach of Cala Millor
Beach of Sa Coma
Beach of S’Illot
Beaches in Cala Rajada and Capdepera
Beaches in Calvià
Beaches in Can Picafort
Beaches in Son Serra in Marina
Beach of Deià
Cala Es Canyaret in Llucalcari
Beaches in Colònia in Sant Jordi
Beaches in Llucmajor
Beaches in Manacor and Porto Cristo
Beaches in Palma
Beaches in Pollença
Beaches in Porto Colom and Felanitx
Beaches in Santanyí
Beaches in Port de Sóller
Beaches in Escorca and Sa Calobra
Beach in Banyalbufar
Beach in Estellencs
Beaches in Campos and Es Trenc
Beach of Muro