Living near the best beaches in the Balearic Islands does not need to be a dream any more, with AEDAS Homes International, you can find the best property to enjoy the holidays, retirement or relocation if you want to make Majorca your new home.

Discover the most beautiful coves and beaches in Majorca, known for its varied and spectacular coastline. Whether you are considering buying a new home in the Balearic Islands or if you just want a holiday house to spend your summers, you will need to know which beaches and coves offer the best experience.

The Balearic Islands and their beaches

Imagine a paradise with crystal-clear waters, warm sandy beaches and a breathtaking mountain range in the backdrop. Does it sound like a place you would like to live in? The Balearic Islands have the perfect combination of modern housing, lush nature, traditional food and many kilometres of beautiful coves and beaches. If you are looking for properties near the beach in the Balearic Islands, you will surely want to find out which of these coves and beaches are worth visiting, read on for more!

Living close to the beach only has a bright side

Looking to retire somewhere warm and sunny? Do you want to relocate to a Mediterranean setting? Or are you looking for the perfect holiday home? If the answer is yes, the Balearic Islands are the ideal location for anyone keen on a change of scenery. Moving near the beach has many benefits, for your health, for instance. Seawater is good for your skin, to prevent respiratory diseases or for your thyroid. It is also great for your mind; the soothing sound of the waves can work wonders on your mental health.

Another advantage of living next to a beach is that you will always have somewhere to go on those restless days. Need to think? Take a walk on the sand. You want to get out of the house? Go for a swim. No matter what, the Mediterranean will always be there.

The best beaches you need to see in Majorca

The island of Majorca alone has 262 beaches, which add up to approximately 50 kilometres. At AEDAS Homes International, we appreciate the beauty of these locations, which is why we have developed some of our most beautiful properties near this spectacular coastline. We have compiled a short list of beaches and coves we believe, are worth a visit if you decide to move to Majorca.

  • Cala Falcó. Discover this almost-hidden, snug cove near Calviá with turquoise blue waters and soft sand, perfect for sunbathing or enjoying the peace and quiet next to the sea. For those of us whose pasty white complexion won’t allow a lengthy exposure to the sun, no need to worry, there are trees to provide with plenty of shade for when you’ve gathered all the vitamin D you can take. This beautiful cove is only a ten-minute walk from the Mourelle project. Who wouldn’t want to live in a villa so close to nature?
  • Cala Llamp. This cove in Port D’Andratx is different from others, because it has no sand; it is comprised entirely of flat rock. If you grow tired of shaking sand out of your swimming trunks, well, this is the place to go. The pure, clear waters here are not the only attractive; the view of the mountains here is breathtaking. If you like this view enough to look at it every day, you might want to check out the New Folies complex, located at the top of this cove.
  • Caló des Moro. Discover this hidden treasure at the southeast of Majorca, even though it may be a bit difficult to find at first, it is definitely worth the effort. This beautiful sandy cove is located between two bodies of rock, meaning you can swim in bright blue waters with impressive cliffs at either side. Unlike other beaches, there are no restaurants here, but the location is perfect for a nice picnic.
  • Playa de Es Trenc. Considered an unspoilt beach, Es Trenc is a two-kilometre-long sandy beach located in a protected area, although it has facilities such as parasols and sunbeds for hire, perfect for a relaxing day out. This popular beach has shallow waters, which make it a great place for kids to play safely in the water. For its more adventurous visitors, Es Trenc has a variety of water sports available, for example windsurfing, snorkelling, kayaking and paddle boarding.
  • Playa de Formentor. This beach, with an impressive view of the Tramuntana Mountains in the background, is located at the northeastern area of Majorca. The beach itself is around a kilometre long, divided into three sections, each with parasols and sunbeds for hire and flanked by a green pine forest. Its turquoise waters are shallow and clear, perfect for children to play while the adults enjoy the calm and quiet.