Migjorn & Ferreiras
Playas de Minigaus
The beaches of Binigaus are particularly appreciated by nudists and sun-worshipers wishing to tan themselves far from the madding crowd. A narrow corridor of dunes separates the beach from the cultivated fields, and only by passing the widest point, at the outlet of the Binigaus ravine, do the cliffs begin gaining height again. This is the most crowded sector because there is a sun lounger service and beach bar and at the rear, the pine forest reappears, providing an escape into the shade when the sun becomes just too much. A short walk through this pine forest will take you to Cala Escorxada.
Sant TomÓs und Sant Adeodat
These beaches are the outlet to the sea of Es Migjorn Gran and its greatest tourist attraction. Located on a strip of very low southern coastline, it extends from the islet or stony ground of Binicodrell to the Punta d'AtÓlitx, corresponding to the sector closest to this point, to the east, called Sant TomÓs. The urbanisation also goes by this name, with several hotels and an expanding development. In contrast, the section opposite the point where the road changes direction and becomes the main street corresponds to Sant Adeodat beach. Parallel to this and forming the beach's border is a very pleasant and recently installed pedestrian walkway. Both beaches, confused as being one because the symbolic separation of the projection called Punta Negra is quite reduced, share services and are highly recommendable for families to enjoy to the full.
Accessible on foot and of 170 metres long by 140 metres wide, this beach has a small stream at its right. The surrounding terrain is virgin and the sands of tones of grey and a medium grain. There are no services to be found in this cala.
The same road that takes you Santa └gueda also goes to Ets Alocs, although the metalled road ends on the BinigaufÓ estate. It is a locally used beach but interesting for the surrounding scenery. A path halfway up the cliff - part of the Camí de Cavalls path - enables you to walk to the neighbouring Cala Pilar. In the opposite direction, towards the east, is Cala en Calderer, but it is much further away and the path disappears amidst the vegetation.
Calas Mitjana and Mitjaneta
These two beaches are well worth visiting for their isolation and beauty. Some people consider them to be nudist beaches but those wishing to wear a swimming costume may do so. Between these two beaches and the Binigaus beach, though there other scenic beaches but more difficult to get to, you have to walk or go by sea. They are the beaches of Trebal˙ger, Fustam and Escorxada.
It has the fame of being the most spectacular on the island, even with the tourism. This cove boasts a singular beauty with many shadows, projected from the buildings - that have not managed to completely shroud it - and its occupants themselves: the hundreds of summer bathers mean that you can hardly see the sand on the beach except for the odd patch between towels, sun loungers and paddle boats.
This is the point where the Algendar ravine ends, a natural area of great worth. A shelter for animals and indigenous plantlife and, at one time, fertile orchard lands. With the changing uses that modern times have brought about, its estuary has become the landing jetty for the area. At the opposite end of the cove is a raised hill, Penyal Vermell, which gives us a view from Sa Punta, with excellent views of the beach, inland and the open sea.
Services: Hotels, Restaurants, Bars, Shops, Toilets, Shops, Hammocks, Umbrellas, Water Sports, Showers.
Playas de Son Bou, Cala en Porter and Cala Mesquida, Playa Es Canutells, Playa Presili and Tortuga and Playa Es Grau.
Playa de Son Xoriguer, Playas de Son Saura, Cala en Turqueta, Cala d'es Talaier, Cala Santandria, Cala Morell, Calas Macarella and Macarelleta, Cala en Forcat, Cala en Bosc, Cala en Blanes, Cala Pilar, La Vall d'Algaiarens and Cala Blanca.
Ses Salines, Playa de Cavalleria, Playa de BinimellÓ, Cala Tirant, Cala Pregonda, Arenal de Son Saura and Arenal d'en Castell.
S'Algar, Playa de Punta Prima, Cala de Binisaf˙ller, Cala de BinibŔquer, Aldalfar and Cala Sant Esteve.