Mallorca is not only known for its world-class golf courses, but also for its spectacular beaches. The island offers a unique combination where you can enjoy a round of golf in the morning and relax on the beach in the afternoon.

In this article, from Mallorca Golf Island we present you some of the best beaches you can visit while playing golf in Mallorca.

Beaches to visit while you play golf in Mallorca

1. Playa de Muro

After playing at the prestigious Golf Alcanada, head to the nearby Playa de Muro. Muro beach enchants with its turquoise waters, fine sand and dreamy sunsets. It stands out for its iconic docks and the protected area of Es Comú de Muro, with dunes, unspoiled nature and peace. Ses Casetes des Capellans, with its 140 huts on the sand, adds a historic and traditional touch.

2. Cala Agulla

Play the beautiful course at Capdepera Golf and then relax at Cala Agulla. This is a fine white sand beach with crystal clear waters that has become one of the emblems of Mallorca. Surrounded by pine woods and forests, it offers an incomparable natural environment, perfect for hiking, mountain biking, riding or simply walking by the sea. In addition, just 50 meters away is Cala Molto, a small rocky cove ideal for those seeking more privacy.

3. Playa de Palma

Combine your day of golf at Son Gual with a visit to Playa de Palma. This extensive sandy beach, 4.6 km long, bathed by crystalline, shallow waters, offers a variety of services such as showers, sun loungers and umbrellas for rent. In addition, it is surrounded by tourist establishments and restaurants with a wide gastronomic offer. And, as if that were not enough, it is perfectly connected with the city centre, so you can combine sun and sea with cultural activities and shopping.

4. Cala Millor

After a round at Pula Golf Resort, Cala Millor is the perfect place to relax. Surrounded by a complete tourist centre, it offers kilometres of fine white sand and crystal-clear waters, ideal for swimming, sunbathing and practising water sports. Cala Millor is perfectly connected by road with Son Servera and Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. In addition, a maritime promenade with bicycle path allows you to enjoy a pleasant stroll from Costa dels Pins to S’Illot.

5. Cala Estància

After enjoying the Golf Maioris course, Cala Estància awaits you with its quiet bay and relaxed atmosphere. This beach of 220 meters located in Can Pastilla offers a relaxed atmosphere perfect for families. Flanked by spars that protect it from the waves, Cala Estància invites you to enjoy its transparent, shallow waters. At sunset, the seafront promenade fills with strollers and sportsmen who enjoy the sea breeze or have a drink on the terraces overlooking the sea.

6. Es Trenc

Play the excellent courses of Son Antem and then head to Es Trenc, one of the beaches that have given Mallorca its “paradise on earth” title. It is part of the Es Trenc-Salobrar de Campos Natural Area of Special Interest, a unique enclave that is home to salt ponds and a dune system where sea lilies and thistles grow. Declared a protected area and considered an emblem of the environmental movement in Mallorca, Es Trenc offers the opportunity to enjoy clean waters, golden sands and, in short, a natural environment in its purest state.

7. Cala Mondragó

Enjoy a round at Vall d’Or Golf and then visit Cala de sa Font de n’Alis. Also known as Cala Mondragó, it is surrounded by green pine trees, white and gray rocks, fine sand and an intense blue sky. A stream flows into the cove, creating two ponds: a freshwater one at s’Amarador and a brackish one at sa Font de n’Alis. Along with s’Amarador, the cove is part of the Mondragó Natural Park, a mosaic of ecosystems that will surprise you with its diversity.

8. Portals Vells

After playing at Golf Santa Ponsa, relax at Portals Vells. Divided into three coves: sa Platgeta, Platja del Mago and Platja del Rei, all with turquoise blue waters, Portals Vells offers a refuge of peace amidst nature. Surrounded by a lush pine forest and protected as a Natural Area of Special Interest, this cove is perfect for scuba diving, anchoring boats or simply enjoying a walk by the sea. For the curious, a visit to the Mare de Déu Cave is a must. This ancient “marés” (sandstone) quarry was the source of stone for the construction of the Cathedral of Palma and the church of Santa Eulàlia in the 14th and 15th centuries.

9. Playa de Alcúdia

Combine a round at Golf Pollensa with a visit to Alcúdia beach. Bathed by crystalline, shallow waters, this beach is ideal for families with children. The presence of lifeguards in several areas, walkways for people with reduced mobility and the rental of sunbeds and umbrellas guarantee a comfortable and safe stay. In addition, it is surrounded by bars, cafés and restaurants, offering a wide gastronomic offer for all tastes. No wonder it has been the destination of choice for local and foreign families for decades to enjoy a holiday.

10. Playa Formentor

After playing at the historic Golf Son Vida, Cala Formentor offers breathtaking scenery. Also known as Cala Pi de sa Posada, it opens onto the Peninsula of Formentor, on a long sandy beach surrounded by hundred-year-old pine trees stretching to the shore, some of them almost brushing the transparent sea. From the beach there are spectacular viewsof this stretch of coastline, further embellished by the islet of Formentor. As you head towards Playa Formentor, don’t miss the opportunity to stop at the Mirador de sa Creueta, where you get impressive views of the vertical cliffs of Formentor.

Enjoy golf and the sea in Mallorca

Mallorca is an exceptional destination for golf and beach lovers. By taking a golf trip in Mallorca, you will get the best of both worlds: you will play on the most outstanding golf courses and relax on the most beautiful beaches.

Of course, in addition to the beaches mentioned in the article, there are many others that you can visit while playing golf in Mallorca. We recommend you to explore the island and discover your own favourites.