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The Balearic Islands have so many hidden gems, may be difficult to explore in a short visit. The islands are full of unimaginable picturesque locations that even the local population may be unaware of. Here are few spots on the Balearic Islands which are gently tucked away from the usual swarm of tourists, and can give you the much-needed peace of mind.
1) Cala Mondrago
The Cala Mondrago beach is a little piece of heaven in itself, situated at a distance of about 50 km from Palma de Mallorca. The beach is inside the Mondrago National Park, and is one of the most beautiful and untouched beaches in the region. The blue flag Cala Mondrago is adorned with a gorgeous coastline, rocky bays, sand dunes, and stunning pine forests. The beach has all the basic amenities like lounges, restaurants, and bars for refreshments.
2) Calo des Moro
This small beach is only 30 meters long and 15 meters wide sandy beach offers shallow turquoise water & scenic sunset views and is surrounded by striking cliffs and dense vegetation. Just the sight of its crystal clear blue water is enough to refresh you. Can enjoy activities like snorkelling and swimming here.
3) Sa Calobra
The Sa Calobra is a stimulating beach, that has inspired the works of many artists in Mallorca. Reaching the beach is a bit tricky but the spectacular beach views make up for all the trouble that you might have taken to reach. There are no facilities like locker rooms, restaurants available on this beach (as is not visited by many), so make sure to carry the necessary things as well some munching along.