Between Cala d'Or and Cap Blanc, there are various isolated beaches that are often hard to reach. Most people consider them the most beautiful on the island. Obviously the seaside resorts that are easily accessible are also the most crowded. However, they are far from being like the Can Pastilla or El Arenal resorts in the suburbs of Palma that have deteriorated thanks to a frenzy of housing and tourist developments. While this area has the largest choice of accommodation, it is also very overcrowded and somewhat unpleasant in the high season.
There are a wide range of activities to choose from on the island's capital.© Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE
Picturesque coastlines are not rare in the south of the island.© Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE
One of Mallorca's numerous untouched coves.© Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE
The average temperature of the water here is 18.4 °C, right throughout the year.© Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE
This boat shuttles passengers between the various coves in the Cala d'Or region.© Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE