Cala Marçal: this beach, which is 90 m long and 150 m wide, has fine white sand; it is located in the residential area of Porto Colom and is surrounded by low cliffs. There is ample parking at the back, and the beach is well signposted.
Services: restaurants; sun loungers, pedal boats and parasols for hire.
Es Babó: this narrow beach, which is 135 m long, has medium-grain golden sand, with some rocks. At the back of the beach there is a narrow road that goes to the lighthouse of Es Far, where there are some low buildings.
S´Arenal Gran de Portocolom: this beach can be reached by following the road that leads to the lighthouse of Es Far, after passing the beach of Es Babó. It´s 75 m long and 40 m wide, and is very well protected from the wind; the water is calm and there are some tamarinds on the beach. At the back of the beach there is ample parking space.
Services: restaurant; WC; sun loungers and parasols for hire.
S´Arenal Petit de Portocolom: this is the last beach within the natural bay of Porto Colom and is very close to the beach of S´Arenal Gran de Porto Colom; it´s 18 m long and 25 m wide and can be reached by going towards the lighthouse. There is a bar with a terrace which offers a wide variety of drinks and dishes.
Cala Mitjana: this beautiful beach, which is protected from the wind by low cliffs, is 28 m long and 15 m wide, with fine white sand. It´s surrounded by pine trees located on a private property and there are some luxurious buildings in the zone. To get here you have to walk south along the coast from Cala Sa Nau.
Cala Sa Nau: this unspoilt beach, which is 35 m long and 60 m wide, is surrounded by a pine grove. It is easily reached by car, as it is well signposted from the village of S´Horta, from which it is only 2.5 km. Its easy access means that it can get crowded, especially during summer weekends.
Services: open-air restaurant; WC; sun loungers and parasols for hire.
Cala Brafí: this quiet unspoilt beach is 30 m long and 45 wide. You can reach this beach on foot by walking about 2 km north from Cala Sa Nau. If you prefer to walk a shorter distance, there is a 300 m path which begins outside the residential area of Porto Colom, around the beach of Cala Marçal; at the end of this stretch of beach, towards the south there is a path that goes in between the walls. At the end of the path you have to jump over part of a traditional Majorcan wall, from which point the path deteriorates until it reaches the beach.