Take three...secret beaches in Mallorca
For many Brits, Mallorca is all about hotel pools and 24-hour night clubs. But the island has a wonderfully peaceful, wild side that many holidaymakers never see. Even in peak summer, if you travel a little further than the popular hotspots like Palma and Alcudia, you'll get beautiful stretches of coastline all to yourself.
We've picked three of our fave remote beaches - perfect for lovers of proper peace and quiet - and asked Mallorca Farmhouses to help with the best accommodation nearby.
Es Caragol (above) is a long 500m stretch of unspoilt white sand, backed by sand dunes. Calm, warm waters in various shades of turquoise trim the shoreline and it's a haven for lovers of peace and quiet, even in mid summer, mainly because it's a good 30-minute walk from the nearest car park. There are no beach cafes or facilities - so pack a picnic and plenty of water.
Where to stay: Aljup de Son Amer, a one-bedroom cottage on the outskirts of the little village of Es Lllombards, south of Santanyi. From £578, sleeps two.
Es Carbo has a long, wide expanse of powdery white sand and sits on a pretty, protected bay with calm seas. Again, there are no facilities here - just wild nature and Mallorca at its best.
Where to stay: Finca Angoixes, a six-bedroom restored farmhouse on the outskirts of the traditional village of Cas Concos. From £747, sleeps 12.
Cala Tuent is a crescent of sand and shingle in a dramatic setting surrounded by mountains and thick pine woods. The nearby rocks mean it's perfect for private snorkelling, and the remote location ensures plenty of space. There's a restaurant up the hill which can be reached by car offering traditional Spanish dishes and excellent views.
Where to stay: Ca'n Picassa, a remote three-bedroom farmhouse tucked away in the Pollenca Hills. from £828, sleeps seven.
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