Discovering the crystal-clear coves in the south of Mallorca, from land or from the sea, is always a surprising pleasure.
If you are one of those people who enjoys discovering little known beaches, we suggest going to Es Port beach, just 50 steps from the hotel, where a path begins that runs along the different coves to Cap de Ses Salines. Without a doubt you will enjoy this incredible walk among pine trees and rocks while passing the Es Dolç, Es Dofí, Es Carbó, En Tugores and Es Cargol beaches until you reach Cap de Ses Salines.
Another way to discover the south-east of the island is from another perspective, from the sea. We recommend renting a boat in the port of Colònia de Sant Jordi and getting carried away by the tide, either first thing in the morning or with the sunset.
Once you reach the (almost) inaccessible Cala Marmols nesting among the cliffs, snorkel in the crystal-clear water of Es Carbó cove, relax at Cap Salines with its turquoise-blue water to enjoy a particularly privileged view of the lighthouse, and the last stop can be no other than Cala s’Almunia where the rocks enter the sea creating an easy jumping point.