Mallorca’s southeast coast is characterised by rugged cliffs and a covering of pine trees. It is in just such a setting that we find the lovely beach of Cala Llombards. What sets the beach here apart though is the deep inlet it is set in. This effectively creates a narrow bay with sheltered, shallow waters extending along its length.
Cala Llombards is as lovely as any beach you will find in Mallorca with its white sands and turquoise water framed by the forested cliffs. The beach is a little unusual in that it is somewhat wider than it is long - around 150 metres vs 50 metres when the tide is out.
The beach here is a good choice for families, although the amenities are pretty basic. In the summer there is a small snack bar on the beach and lifeguard, although the sea here is generally very safe for swimming and snorkelling.
It can get quite busy at Cala Llombards as it is one of the easier beaches to reach in the area with parking close by. There are any number of beautiful beaches along this section of the Mallorca coast, so if the summer crowds bother you, head south west and you will be rewarded!
Type of beach
- Diving & snorkelling
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