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We have visited few beaches on the east coast and that one was our favourite... bumpy road to get there but soooo worth it.
Amazing, clear water, white sand, beautiful surroundings... we would love to come back one day!!!
The beach itself is quite beautiful and the water there is turquoise colour but just as a note: Do not leave your belongings and more specifically do not leave any cash in your car at the free parking near the beach. An amount was stolen...More
A very bumpy road down but well worth the drive. As with all beaches in Majorca, get here early to get a good spot- it’s not huge!
Sand is soft and clean, water is crystal clear. There’s a small beach shack but it only takes...More
This was a beach recommended by The Daily Telegraph ‘Majorca best beaches’ article, but sadly we didn’t even get to see it. For fear of taking the bottom off our hire car, we had to turn back. The road to the beach was in a...More
I've been fortunate enough to have travelled to most corners of the world , carribean,Maldives's etc but Cala torta for me is the best beach I've been to, not nessesarily the best sand but its location , fabulous clean clear water, the size of it,the...More
... and you will be awarded with what looks like an unspoiled beach. We took the 2km 25min) hike across a couple of peaks and along the water from Cala Mesquida. I would not recommend the hike with smaller children, improper footwear, or people with...More
super beach and super clean water.
You need a car to reach the location driving through a beautiful road with an amazing view. the last km is an offroad road, but no problems at all.
at the beach there is also a small restaurant that...More
Billed as one of Majorca's finest beaches I can't help thinking who classes it as such walking to the beach the dense undergrowth bushes and trees are strewn with all kinds of rubbish including items that clearly indicate the lack of public toilets. The sea...More