What do you do in Es Trenc?

Sandcastle building and snorkeling are the best activities to do on Es Trenc, besides just chilling out, as there are no water sports available save for a few paddle boats in the busiest areas in the peak summer months. Walk along the dunes or the waterside to appreciate the natural beauty of this location.

How long is Es Trenc beach?

Es Trenc is a seven-kilometre long natural beach on the south coast of Mallorca, with its white sand, turquoise sea and the flat dunes making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Spain. Es Trenc’s seven kilometres is a fascinating stretch of beach with an ambience that feels decidedly Caribbean.

Where are the nicest beaches in Majorca?

The best beaches in Mallorca

  • Cala Deià A winding single-lane road leads from the village of Deià to a pretty pebble beach sheltered by wooded escarpments.
  • Cala Mondragó
  • Cala Torta.

Which side of Mallorca is best?

The north-east of Mallorca, being slightly quieter than other northern destinations, has the scope to create the perfect get-away-from-it-all holiday. Home to the Llevant Natural Park with its wild hills and birdlife, the north-east boasts beautiful tranquil countryside as well as pretty beaches and coves.

Where do the rich live in Mallorca?

The most exclusive place for the rich and famous is probably Deià, on the west coast of Mallorca. This pretty town has been popular with artists since the 1950s and the exclusive La Residencia Hotel is a perennial favourite for many.

Where is Es Trenc Beach in Mallorca located?

Es Trenc is located in the southern part of Mallorca between the very small town Ses Covetes and the larger holiday resort Colonia Sant Jordi.

Which is the most famous beach in Mallorca?

Es Trenc beach is a beautiful sandy beach. It is the most famous and most visited beach in Mallorca. It is located in the south of the island, in the municipality of Campos, next to the coastal town of Colonia de Sant Jordi. The beach is 1,900m long and has fine white sand.

What kind of beach is Platja d’Es Trenc?

Clear white sands with turquoise waters and very flat sea beds with the very occasional rock. It’s the kind of scene from somewhere in the carribean. Sunday’s was a bit busier but the week days was fairly quite and you could space out!

How long is the sand dune in Majorca?

It extends over two and a half kilometres along a protected, and therefore undeveloped dune landscape in the south of the island. The vast natural landscape, the soft white sand and the breathtaking clear blue of the water makes the hearts of nature lovers, photographers, naturists and snorkellers skip a beat.