The best coves to discover in Mallorca

- Roadlovers

If you are going to spend your holiday in Mallorca, you may already know that it is not only one of the most beautiful places in Spain, but also the perfect paradise for nature lovers, where you can enjoy both beach and mountain tourism.  Mallorca is full of charming villages, beaches and spectacular coves that you cannot miss and that will undoubtedly be  one of those essentials in your roadmap for your next holiday. 

The best natural pools in Mallorca

- Cala del Moro: known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca, it looks like a natural pool because of its shallow depth, white sand, and turquoise water. It is full of cliffs and rocks, which lends it a wild and natural touch. 

- Cala Egos: this natural pool surrounded by rocks is filled with Mediterranean water and cleaned twice a week. Thus the water is renewed so that it remains crystalline. It is located near Cala d'Or, from where you will have to drive towards Calí de Ses Gos, looking for Apartamentos las Rocas. 

Beaches and coves in Mallorca

- Cala Varques: this natural paradise is an unspoiled cove in Manacor, a huge natural pool of crystal clear water that will amaze you. 

- Cala Mondragó: within the Mondragó natural park, it is one of the most unique corners of the island, it is located in the town of Satanyí. 

A route through the best natural pools in Mallorca

You can go on a road trip around the island of Mallorca starting on the north side, from Sierra de la Tramuntana to the east, up to the south side of the island. Crossing the mountain range that we just mentioned, go for a visit to Cala Sa Calobra, very close to Sóller. 

Then, head towards Pollença to enjoy Cala de Formentor, with fine white sand. In Capdepera you can find Cala Agulla, a tourist beach with an endless number of services such as restaurants, fair stands, and parking areas.

Cove and Pools of Mallorca

Cala Varques and Cala Mondragó will be the next stops. Then head towards Santanyí to enjoy the natural pool of Caló des Moro. Finally, you can visit Cala Pi, located amid huge vertical walls 17 kilometers from Llucmajor. 

The best way to visit these coves, natural pools, and coastal towns is to rent a cabriolet car with which you can drive through Mallorca at your leisure. Driving a rental car during your holidays will allow you to get to the places you want to discover, plus the unsuspected spots that would be otherwise inaccessible.

What are you waiting for to enjoy one of the best experiences of your life? Be your most adventurous self and drive around Mallorca in search of the best sceneries and natural environments. 

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