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You can park less than 8 minutes away from the beach, and there are pleasant walks through the... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2021
Hyoga83
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Bordeaux, France
Snorkelling!!!

Such a beautiful beach. We stayed in cala egos and got a taxi here for €9 each way, pretty... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2020
SteffLeopard
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Cleckheaton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 June 2021

You can park less than 8 minutes away from the beach, and there are pleasant walks through the beach from there. We went in shoulder season, May, but it can be quite crowded.
The water is crystal clear and there are at least 3 pretty beaches one after another so you can walk a bit, you can see very panoramic views. Nice spot!

Date of experience: May 2021
1  Thank Hyoga83
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Reviewed 20 September 2020 via mobile

Such a beautiful beach. We stayed in cala egos and got a taxi here for €9 each way, pretty reasonable for a day out and a lot cheaper than the boat trips here, plus you’re on your own time as well and not working to anybody else’s schedule. We were dropped off at cala Mondrago, this is probably the more commercial beach and has pedalos, sun loungers and two restaurants to choose from. From reviews I wouldn’t bother with the one closest to the road and would walk along Mondrago beach to the one at the other side. We had a beer there but didn’t eat. Most of our time was spent at the other beach along the concrete walkway which seems a little bit more natural. There’s a small beach hut serving takeaway food and drinks and sunloungers to rent (around €15 for the day). The best bit though had to be the snorkelling. You can snorkel all the way round from one beach to the other, the water is crystal clear and is probably some of the best snorkelling I’ve done in a while. The water doesn’t really get much deeper than 5 to 8 metres and you can see all the way to the bottom. The fish are just your regular “Spanish” coastal fish but because the bay is sheltered you can swim quite confidently all the way around and see a lot of the bigger ones as you get into the deeper parts. Because the water was quite calm and warm there you could stay in longer and watch some of the natural behaviours rather than just watching them dart by on their way to somewhere more exciting absolute gem of a beach and worth a visit. I spent so much time in the water I didn’t even get chance to explore the natural park, but I hear there’s quite a lot of wildlife so will be making a point to visit again one time

Date of experience: September 2020
2  Thank SteffLeopard
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Reviewed 25 October 2019

Pick up a map from the hut at the parking spot and walk in delightful surroundings. The beach is great and the blue waters safe and inviting for kids

Date of experience: October 2019
1  Thank Robert C
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Reviewed 20 October 2019

We were there just a couple of days ago, with 2 kids and stroller. The logistics were made very easy. The are 2 bays, linked by a path, then there is the park to walk around. It was great fun and the kids enjoyed the natural experience. Mondrago has a restaurant (food was terribly greasy and not fresh) and offers water activities. S'amardores is the more natural bay and really amazing spot. There is a little snack bar for refreshments. Close to that is the Natural Reserve which is beautiful to walk around. This spot is definitely the best one we saw around Cala d'Or area!

Date of experience: October 2019
1  Thank Gkezy
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Reviewed 4 October 2019 via mobile

My favorite beach on Mallorca. Walk around the cliff path to the furthest cove which is the nicest.
The first beach tends to be very crowded and the cafes are expensive.

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Emforster10
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