The island of Majorca is a land with a great environmental wealth, with many parts still waiting to be discovered. Its 550 kilometres of coast hold different ecosystems. The steep northeast coast, with the Serra de Tramuntana as a backdrop, hides many small bays and cliffs which can only be reached by sea. In the eastern part of Majorca we can find beaches of fine, white sand, such as Cala Gat, Cala Rotja or Cala Millor. The northeast coast, in turn, offers the bay of Alcudia as well as the beach of Can Picafort. The three kilometer long, virgin Es Trenc beach is a great point of reference of the southeast coast.
There are more than 180 beaches in the island, which all share common features. Their turquoise blue, crystalline waters, their fine, white sand and still waters transform it into the perfect place to enjoy the coast from a different perspective. All of this does not go unnoticed by a growing number of visitors, motivated to practice aquatic, nautical and underwater sports in a spectacular natural environment. There are many companies adapted to every sport need. In Alcudia or in Can Pastilla (Palma), taking advantage of two of the best natural bays of the island, there are many options to enjoy water sports in Majorca. Windsurf, kite surf, swimming and scuba diving can be enjoyed from learning courses up to improvement and competition.
There are many coastal towns which offer water sports in Majorca. A suggestion? Paddle surf is a sport which is gaining popularity since it is ideal for people of all ages and it doesn´t require any specific physical conditions. It consists of rowing while standing on a large surf board. Paddle surf can be used to ride the smooth sea and to travel the coast and its landscapes from another perspective. Discover a fun and different Majorca!