Agua Blanca Beach (Aigües Blanques)
The often quiet, secluded Agua Blanca beach is a far cry from the resort towns on the south of the island. This long beach of fine sand gets its name (meaning “white water”) from the white horse’s that frequently crest the waves on choppy days. However, these prevailing winds that blow throughout the year become a welcome breeze in the summer months when this beach comes into its own.
Agua Blanca has an unspoiled feel about it with high cliffs and various stone stacks running the length of the beach. The crystal clear Mediterranean waters have a turquoise hue and are generally safe for swimming and snorkeling making it a popular choice for families. There’s also an oversize, ramshackle beach shack selling cold drinks and good food.
Parts of Agua Blanca are an officially designated nudist beach but if you want a little more exclusivity there is a small cove just to the south of the beach which can be accessed by a short swim.
Sant Joan de Labritja
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