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The route along Mallorca’s most exclusive beaches and coves

More than the obvious luxury of having a great car, a good boat or that ring you have been wanting to buy yourself for years, the correct definition of luxury involves opening the mind and going beyond the purely material. By luxury we mean relaxation, sleeping without setting the alarm-clock, watching the sunset on the beach with a glass of wine and good company and yes also nature, the sea, blue skies and holidays.

In addition to its full agenda of entertainment, our destination -our island of Mallorca- is a place where you can enjoy luxuriating in its unspoilt, more natural spots.  And as such in “Sa Roqueta” everything is luxurious: from a walk through the Tramuntana to a coffee on a terrace in Deia, or going for a boat ride or a swim in paradisical places like Caló des Moro.

With crystal clear, beautiful turquoise waters encircling the island itself, our beaches and coves are more than a gift … they are the picture of luxury brought to life. So for all who choose us as a holiday destination, we have developed a mini tour of the most exclusive beaches and coves on Mallorca.

Cala Blanca (Costa de la Calma)

To enjoy relaxing on vacation as well as the luxury of our beaches, there is nothing better than choosing areas such as Costa de la Calma. Located between the towns of Calvià and Andratx, this part of the island is perfect for anyone looking for an adults-only hotel or a spa hotel in Santa Ponsa with direct access to beautiful beaches.

There - besides enjoying one of the island’s most beautiful beach bars (the Snack Costa de la Calma) - we can access almost deserted coves and turquoise waters like Cala Blanca, a true natural wonder.

Cala Blava and Cala Pi, two jewels near Playa de Palma

Not only has the visitor opted for a spa hotel in Playa de Palma (a perfect choice for those wishing to unite beach, rest and recreation) but this area near the island’s capital also gives perfect, easy access to coves of great natural beauty like Cala Blava (near Son Veri) and Cala Pi. The latter cove is not only one of the prettiest in Mallorca but is unique in the world for its long, narrow shape and permanently calm waters.

Serra de Marina, a paradise for surfers

If northern Mallorca has anything, it is beautiful beaches, beaches such as Son Serra de Marina. Natural, un-crowded and very close to the all inclusive hotels in Alcudia, this beach is ideal for those who want equally to enjoy both rest and water sports like surfing or kiteboarding.