Heading Southeast, 6.5 kilometres from Colònia de Sant Jordi, Es Trenc beach offers clear water, fine sand, and a wild feel, the beach stretches for almost two kilometres. Very popular with those who love tranquillity - a small part of the site is also occupied by nudists - Es Trenc is a special place. Still south-east, 8.5 kilometres from Santanyí, the El caló des Moro cove and its turquoise waters emerge between two cliffs of white rocks. It takes a short walk to get there, but the surprise is well worth the effort. Enjoy the empty and quiet beach in the morning. The west coast of Mallorca is practically uninhabited because of its terrain. Following a winding road that crosses mountains, stop at Sa Calobra, a village by the sea. Its pebble beach, clear water, and charming port attract visitors. For a memorable bathing experience, we recommend you reach the bed of the torrent of Pareis - dry during summer - from Sa Calobra. Surrounded by cliffs, in the heart of a real stone cathedral, you will emerge in a creek with turquoise water. An idyllic and stunning moment!