The best beaches in Majorca…

This week, we’re showcasing the best beaches in some of our favourite resorts and today is the turn of Majorca. Beaches really do make a holiday and we believe that we can find you the perfect holiday that ticks every box. Browse through our list of the best beaches in Majorca – let’s get you to the beach

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Playa d’Alcudia 

Situated on the north of the island, Playa d’Alcudia is a firm favourite with Majorca holiday-goers. Boasting Blue Flag status, this is also the longest beach in the whole of the Balearics spanning an incredible 7km. Lined with cafes, bars and restaurants, you’re bound to sample some great Balearic cuisine whilst taking in magnificent views of the beach and beyond.

Feeling adventurous? You’ll find a wide range of watersports on offer at the beach from the tame banana boats to the more adrenaline-pumping windsurfing. 

Watersports: Banana boats, scuba diving, windsurfing, dinghy, sailing, water-skiing 
Food & Drink: Ramon’s Bar, Dakota Tex Mex, Helados Garrido 

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Magaluf Beach 

With pristine golden sands and crystal clear waters, Magaluf Beach is the heart of the lively resort – and the perfect place to nurse a hangover. The beach can be found in the centre of Magaluf, with many hotels, restaurants, and the famous nightlife scene all found nearby. 

After the sun goes down, the beach becomes a popular spot for party-goers who gather to enjoy regular parties and get-togethers. 

Watersports: Parasailing, banana boats, water-skiing, sailing, windsurfing
Food & Drink: Folies Beach Club Calvia, Pirates Adventure, Palm Beach Restaurant 

Playa de Formentor

Another of Majorca’s Blue Flag beaches, Playa de Formentor is the ideal place for those looking for a picturesque beach to enjoy some time out. The beach has been known to attract the island’s rich and famous so you never who you could end up brushing shoulders with. 

The waters here are shallow, making them perfect to take a dip while facilities at the beach include sun loungers, two restaurants and a couple of souvenir shops. 

Watersports: Sailing, surfing, windsurfing, paddle boating, canoeing, diving  
Food & Drink: Restaurante Platja Mar, L’Espigo Beach Bar

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Written on 19th January 2018 by

Joshua Carry-James

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