Long, wide and deep, the Bay of Pollensa runs from the lighthouse on one end, along the emblematic Pine Walk, past the marina and on to the 1,5 km sandy expanse of golden beach that takes up most of the bay. At the far end, on Llenaire beach, you will see wind and kite surfers painting the sky with their colourful kites.
Possibly the most beautiful beach on the island, set against a stunning backdrop of Pine trees, the exclusive Formentor beach, also known as Cala Pi, is a breath taking, 1 km stretch of fine white sand lapped by clear, turquoise waters on the Formentor peninsula, on Mallorca's northernmost point.
Mallorca's smallest resort, Cala Sant Vicenç is made up of 4 gorgeous coves, etched into the mountain side; the wide sandy Cala Barques, with the old fishing dock, Cala Clara, small and serene, family friendly Cala Molins, and Cala Carbó, the smallest and most inaccessible, each unique and perfect in its own way.
The northern coastline of Mallorca is made up of the ragged limestone rock face of the Tramuntana, plunging into the clear blue sea, and peppered with tiny coves and beaches, mostly pebbled, some a short walk from the road, others a hike or sail away, each an adventure to find and explore.