CALA PILAR: This beach has nearly 300 metres of sand and can only be reached by foot or by boat. It has a fresh water drinking fountain and you can also have a clay bath. No facilities.
ELS ALOCS: A small, sandy beach only accessible on foot or by boat. No facilities.
CALA CALDERER: A small isolated cove with golden fine sand. Only accessible on foot (a long walk) or by boat. No facilities.
CALA PREGOND: A red sandy beach set in an imposing bay. Parking for cars nearby at Playa de Binimel-lá. No facilities.
PLATJA DE BINIMELA-LA: This is a large red sandy beach, protected by being included in the Natural Area of Special Interest that stretches from Els Aloca to Fornells. To get to the beach follow the signs from es Mercadal. No facilities.
CAVALLERIA: This is a beautiful, long sandy beach with dunes behind and wonderful panoramic views. There is a large car park that has toilets. It is approx 250 metre walk along a path followed by wooden steps down to the beach. The area before the beach is great for walks and there are also some picnic tables here. Once on the beach you might see bathers covered with mud obtained from the cliff walls that are underneath the steps down to the beach. From this beach you can also see surfers and fantastic rolling waves. There are no facilities on this beach
TORTUGA: A small sandy beach, only accessible on foot or by boat. No facilities.
CALA TIRANT: Playa de Fornells lies approx 3km out of town in the bay of Cala Tirant. A footpath leads down to a large sandy beach that is over half a kilometre long. The beach has a choice of beach bars plus sun beds, parasols, pedalos, toilets and Red Cross.
FORNELLS HARBOUR: Fornells Harbour, with its lively variety of shops, restaurants and bars, is a large, naturally protected inlet, perfect for a variety of watersports. There is a sailing, windsurfing and diving school in Fornells. In addition, there is motor boat, water skiing, bicycle and kayak hire. Coastal excursions and fishing trips can also be arranged. At SES SALINES there is a small sandy beach and facilities include bars, restaurants and the Red Cross can be found here.
CALA PUDENT: This is a small sandy beach that is only accessible on foot or by boat. No facilities.
SON PARC: Once you have gone through the urbanization of Son Parc you come to a beautiful large sandy beach approx 2.5 km long. There is a large car park and then just a short walk onto the beach. Behind the beach there are sand dunes that are great for body surfing. There are many facilities at this beach including sun beds, parasols, a beach bar/restaurant, Red Cross and many water sports such as pedalos, sailing boats, windsurfing and canoes.
ARENAL D’EN CASTELL: This large horseshoe shaped beach is easily accessible from the urbanisation of Arenal. There is ample car parking space before a short walk down to the beach where there is a great choice of bars and restaurants. Facilities include sun beds, parasols, pedalos, toilets and Red Cross. This beach is ideal for families with young children. Two rocky prominences frame this impressive sandy beach. The biggest, Punta Grossa, extends out on the west side and provides protection from the easterly wind to the bigger bay, Macar de sa Llosa, where a small beach can be found by walking from Son Parc beach to the west.
NA MACARET: A small sandy, sheltered beach with no facilities apart from several bars and restaurants located just behind it. A great place for the children to have a game of football with the locals in the early evening.
ADDAIA: A small development of villas and apartments set on the edge of a narrow and beautiful sheltered inlet. This makes it ideal for yachts. There is a small port where you can go diving or fishing with spectacular views across to Macaret. There is also a small shopping centre with a good choice of bars and restaurants.