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The most unknown beaches of the Balearic Islands to visit this summer

The beaches of the Balearic Islands are one of the most famous in our country. The Balearic archipelago is made up of two kinds of islands. On the one hand the so-called Gimnesias islands, to which Mallorca, Menorca and Cabrera belong, and on the other hand the Pitiusan islands where Ibiza and Formentera are.

We are going to review some of the most interesting beaches that we can find in the Balearic Islands.

Cala Figuera

This cove located in Pollensa, a small charming town in Mallorca, is becoming more and more popular. In Cala Figuera we will enjoy 50 meters of virgin beach in a beautiful natural environment . Although it is not usually very crowded, in recent years it has become a privileged destination for tourists looking for charming places on the island.

Cala Magraner

Located in Manacor, it is a beach where we will find boulders mixed with sand. It is one of the favorite beaches for climbers since its landscape and the possibility of climbing is one of the attractions of this place.

With very calm waters most of the time, bathers will have the sensation of being in a large natural pool.

Cala d’Hort

One of the most unknown and equally beautiful coves on the island of Ibiza, which is saying. Cala d’Hort is located in the municipality of Sant Josep de Sa Talaia with fantastic views of Es Vedr√°. To go with family or friends, we will find all the luxuries of the Ibizan beaches, as well as unbeatable sunsets.

Ses Illetes

Although it is one of the best known beaches in Formentera, we cannot talk about the beaches of the Balearic Islands and we cannot recommend Ses Illetes . It is one of the most beautiful and charming beaches in Spain, with crystal clear waters and Caribbean sand.

Mix sand dunes, vegetation, natural environment, and the charm of the island of Formentera itself. It is an obligatory stop if we visit the island.

Cala Mitjana

Menorca has great beaches and very interesting coves. Two of them are Cala Mitjana and its sister Cala Mitjaneta . Both are two coves with an enviable natural environment – as is often the case in almost all the coves of the Balearic Islands – and they mix the crystalline water of their sea with the white sand typical of other environments.

A quiet cove with easy access for the whole family.

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