Six hidden coves in Majorca to explore
Now that we are in the middle of summer, it is the perfect moment to enjoy a refreshing dip in the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean Sea. And what´s better than doing it while discovering secret corners such as these six hidden coves in Majorca, the perfect combination of nature and turquoise waters. Places hidden from mass tourism where a different Majorca is to be discovered, far away from stereotypes.
A beautiful rocky cover located 12 kilometers from Puerto de Pollença, near Formentor. It´s an ideal place to go on an outing, reached by a path which departs from the Fundación Rotger – Villalonga possession, four kilometres after the Formentor beach. A half hour hike to reach this fantastic spot.
Caló des Monjo
This small, U- shaped, virgin cove is a coastline which serves as a natural border between the towns of Calvià and Andratx. This cove is accessed from the Hotel Cala Fornells parking by a 15 – 20 minute trail and has boulders and crystal clear waters.
Cala Bota, Cala Virgili, Cala Pilota and Cala Magraner
Four coves in one hike, what more could you ask for? Situated between Porto Cristo and Porto Colom, this three hour tour with stops and swimming dips allows you to discover some of the best coves in Majorca in one go. The Manacor coastline is a vast, natural extension covered with pine trees, flowers and cliffs to explored during any season. However, in summer hiking can be combined with viewing idyllic scenery and swimming in clean, secluded beaches.