S'Amarador Beach

  • S'Amarador Beach - Spain
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Set among the pine trees of the Mondrago National Park S’Amarador is arguably the most beautiful beach on Mallorca. A combination of fine white sand and shallow azure water this really is an unspoilt gem.

S’Amarador beach lies within the shelter of a T-shaped bay not far from the southern tip of the island. The beach is about the same distance from the popular resort of Cala d’Or and the pretty little rural town of Santanyí but somehow manages to remain a little off the tourist radar. The neighbouring beach of Cala Mondrago is generally significantly busier, the main reason for which is its proximity to the nearest car park.

Although none of the three beaches within the Cala Mondrago National Park could be considered developed, S’Amarador is the most pristine. The only nod to visitors is the presence of a small snack bar from where you can also rent a parasol or lounger.

The shallow and generally sheltered cove is a great spot for families and swimming / snorkeling are safe when the lifeguard is on duty.

Nearest town/city

Santanyí

Type of beach

Sand

Lifeguard service

Yes

Activities

  • Swimming/bathing

Facilities

  • Cafe/restaurant
  • Restroom/toilets

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