Beaches > Felanitx and Porto Colom

  Porto Colom: on Mallorca's south east coast is well worth a visit if you're in the area. If you follow signs into town coming from the north you'll drive onto Cristobal Colon, a pleasant stretch of road with some lovely restaurants overlooking a large bay area with a small port. Continue further on for another kilometre and you'll reach the most commercial part of town with numerous apartments for rent and the impressive Hotel El Vistamar which offers great views across the bay to the old town.
Felanitx: is situated in the south eastern part of Mallorca, close to Portocolom and in the very centre of one of the major wine producing areas. Felanitx is a quiet resort where there are several traditional Mallorcan restaurants.
 

Photos Felanitx and Porto Colom Beaches

Beaches of Felanitx and Porto Colom

Cala Maršal

  This beach, which is 90 m long and 150 m wide, has fine white sand; it is located in the residential area of Porto Colom and is surrounded by low cliffs. There is ample parking at the back, and the beach is well signposted.

Es Babˇ

  This narrow beach, which is 135 m long, has medium-grain golden sand, with some rocks. At the back of the beach there is a narrow road that goes to the lighthouse of Es Far, where there are some low buildings.

S┤Arenal Gran de Porto Colom

  This beach can be reached by following the road that leads to the lighthouse of Es Far, after passing the beach of Es Babˇ. It┤s 75 m long and 40 m wide, and is very well protected from the wind; the water is calm and there are some tamarinds on the beach. At the back of the beach there is ample parking space.

S┤Arenal Petit de Porto Colom

  This is the last beach within the natural bay of Porto Colom and is very close to the beach of S┤Arenal Gran de Porto Colom; it┤s 18 m long and 25 m wide and can be reached by going towards the lighthouse. There is a bar with a terrace which offers a wide variety of drinks and dishes.

Cala Mitjana

  This beautiful beach, which is protected from the wind by low cliffs, is 28 m long and 15 m wide, with fine white sand. It┤s surrounded by pine trees located on a private property and there are some luxurious buildings in the zone. To get here you have to walk south along the coast from Cala Sa Nau.

Cala Sa Nau

  This unspoilt beach, which is 35 m long and 60 m wide, is surrounded by a pine grove. It is easily reached by car, as it is well signposted from the village of S┤Horta, from which it is only 2.5 km. Its easy access means that it can get crowded, especially during summer weekends.

Cala BrafÝ

  This quiet unspoilt beach is 30 m long and 45 wide. You can reach this beach on foot by walking about 2 km north from Cala Sa Nau. If you prefer to walk a shorter distance, there is a 300 m path which begins outside the residential area of Porto Colom, around the beach of Cala Maršal; at the end of this stretch of beach, towards the south there is a path that goes in between the walls. At the end of the path you have to jump over part of a traditional Majorcan wall, from which point the path deteriorates until it reaches the beach.