Nobody likes to spend a holiday crowded with tourists, which is why from R2, we bring you the most hidden coves in Mallorca. Charming places far from the tourist masses that can only be reached on foot, by unlikely routes. Scenery that promises a unique day out.
Caló d’en Monjo
Considered one of the most beautiful natural enclaves of the island, this cove with the shape of a ”u” serves as an entrance to the virgin sea of crystal-clear waters that are characteristic of the island. It is surrounded by a lot of vegetation. It is also a declared nudist area. Reaching it is not easy, as those interested will have to walk 2 km from the beach of Cala Fornells, located in Peguera. A perfect place for the most adventurous hike enthusiasts. From R2 Cala Millor, those interested can get there by crossing the highway.
Caló des Moro
47 km from R2 Verónica, Mallorca hides a special place. Despite being a cove that everyone knows in Mallorca, this small stretch of fine sand and translucent turquoise water is well worth a visit for its stunning beauty. Surrounded by large cliffs and nature reflected in pine trees and bushes. Many describe the sunsets here as unparalleled. Reaching this tourist gem is not easy, as it requires a walk of approximately 2 km from the free car park located in Cala Llombards. Nevertheless, we highly recommend a visit.
Cove in Basset
Another jewel in the distance, but well worth a visit despite being 120 km from R2 Bahía Cala Ratjada. One of the most underrated landscapes of the island, ideal for those who like swimming, Cala Basset stands out for being a small and cosy space surrounded by natural sand and crystal clear water. A place that invites you to rest and disconnect. This area also invites you to take a short walk from the watchtower to enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the island of Dragonera. The ideal way to reach it is by boat. For this reason, we recommend that you hire one from one of the many nautical charters in Mallorca. They usually offer boats for up to 6 people, at a price of around 215 euros per hour without the need for a licence.
48 km from R2 Cala Millor, surrounded by picturesque houses, an impressive coastline and the crystal clear water so characteristic of Mallorca. Cala s’Almunia is a small sandy area surrounded by rocky walls, a perfect bay for diving due to the shallow waters, which favours the absence of boats. If you wish to discover the underwater world of Palma, this cove may be your ideal destination. It can be reached by car, along a somewhat hidden road. However, once you find it, parking is not a big problem and the cove is just a few steps away.
Undoubtedly, Mallorca has magical spots where you can enjoy an unforgettable holiday. Have you decided which one you want to visit?