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It is an only about ten miles from the south coast of Mallorca to Cabrera Island or Goat Island, the largest in the Archipelago of Cabrera and the Cabrera National Park.

This is an intact piece of Mediterranean, rich with unique plants and animals that live sheltered by coves and bays in crystal-clear waters. You can enjoy swimming in the Blue Cave and snorkeling. Having changed many different owners, the island is a treasury of cultural and historical landmarks.


Discover the wonderful island of Cabrera, a paradise just ten miles off the southern coast of Mallorca. Immerse yourself in an untouched world of the Mediterranean, where nature unfolds in its full splendor. Its crystal-clear waters harbor a unique diversity of plants and animals, while its secluded coves and bays invite you to explore their secrets.

Embark on an unforgettable adventure by swimming in the captivating Blue Cave and exploring its fascinating underwater world with a snorkeling session. Cabrera Island, with its history marked by different owners throughout the centuries, is a treasure trove that houses countless cultural and historical monuments that will transport you back in time.

Cala Fornells

The emerald of southwest Mallorca, Cala Fornells, is a splendid refuge bordered by lush pine trees that offers shelter from the sunshine.

Here, boredom is never an option: you can enjoy swimming, snorkeling, walking, beach sports, or simply relax at the charming beach bar, surrounded by a mix of tourists and locals, all amidst a lively atmosphere filled with music.

Es Trenc

Es Trenc is undoubtedly the crown jewel of any Mallorca adventure.

Es Trenc is undoubtedly the crown jewel of any Mallorca adventure. This breathtaking beach with its aquamarine waters has become a sensation on Instagram.

Stretching two and a half kilometers along the southeast coast of the island, Es Trenc is easily accessible. It offers a delightful blend of international charm, drawing both foreign tourists and locals alike.

If you’ve always longed to experience the Caribbean but found it too distant, Es Trenc captures the essence of the Caribbean spirit right here. Picture yourself witnessing stunning sunsets, lounging on powder-fine sands, and swimming in crystal-clear waters. For nudists and naturists, this paradise offers a sanctuary of its own.

At the end of the day, you can enjoy a lovely dinner at Es Trenc Restaurant, where seafood dishes, although high-priced, are delicious.

The beach is part of the Maritime-Terrestrial Natural Park, offering outstanding settings for birdwatching, especially the magnificent pink flamingos during migration season.

The Salinas de Es Trenc, with a history spanning 1000 years, are located not far from the beach and are definitely worth a visit.

Rocky shore surrounded by the sea on a sunny day in Mallorca


Colom Island is part of the Natural Park of S’Albufera des Grau. Spending time at one of its two beaches, the Beach Of Arenal D’en Moro and the Beach Of Tamarells, feels like stepping into paradise.

These unspoiled sandbanks are not only fabulous for swimming but also home to a vibrant marine ecosystem. You’ll encounter vast meadows of Posidonia, a land plant that thrives underwater, along with sponges and anemones.

Exploring these waters through snorkeling is an extraordinary experience. You can also observe various seabirds, search for lizards native to the archipelago, or embark on a kayaking adventure from a small jetty on one of the beaches, perfect for small boats. With only three buildings on the island, none of which is a bar, you won’t find refreshments readily available, adding to the secluded charm of the island.

Mahón is not only the capital of Menorca but also boasts the world’s second-largest natural port. Its allure lies in its natural beauty, colonial houses, and fortifications that dominate its skyline. Visitors can explore the town’s museums, the historic opera house, and immerse themselves in the vibrant local market. For a culinary delight, don’t miss the opportunity to savor the freshest seafood at Jàgaro Restaurant.

On the other hand, the port city of Ciutadella, situated on the west coast, captivates with its picturesque medieval streets in the old quarter. The main square stands out with its remarkable City Hall and two magnificent palaces. Visitors can also admire two stunning Baroque and Gothic churches, adding to the city’s rich architectural heritage.

While Ciutadella may not offer extensive beaches, its eclectic architecture more than compensates for it. After a day of exploration, indulge in fine dining at Smoix, a restaurant renowned for its delectable meat and seafood dishes crafted with seasonal, locally sourced vegetables.


In the section where Mallorca should be discussed, only things about Menorca are mentioned, so a new text would have to be created. I would put something similar to this:

Dragonera Island is a paradise waiting to be discovered off the coast of Mallorca. With two pristine beaches, Cala Llebeig and Cala Tramuntana, surrounded by crystal-clear waters and rugged cliffs, it’s a dream destination for luxury yacht enthusiasts seeking both opulence and privacy.

Palma de Mallorca offers a blend of history and sophistication. Sail alongside the iconic cathedral and immerse yourself in the vibrant old town before setting course for breathtaking coastal views or exclusive beach clubs along the shoreline.

Sóller, nestled in the Tramuntana mountains, provides a scenic retreat with its citrus orchards and charming village square. Cruise along Mallorca’s stunning coast or anchor in secluded coves for an unforgettable yachting experience.”

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