Sa Calobra Beach | Discovering The Hidden Beach In Sa Calobra Mallorca

Sa Calobra sits on the north coast of Mallorca, Spain. It’s a small port village around 1 hour 30 from Palma. I visited Sa Calobra as part of a Mallorca island tour which has travel by coach, boat, tram and train. It can be reached via boat from Port de Soller or the road through the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, which is an attraction in itself! A popular thing to see in Sa Calobra is the hidden Sa Calobra beach. Here’s what you need to know about visiting!

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Is Fuerteventura Windy? | Tips for Visiting the Island of ‘Strong Wind’!

When the Spanish translation of ‘Fuerteventura’ is ‘strong wind’, it makes you wonder is Fuerteventura windy? …or is it just the name and isn’t ALWAYS windy? When I visited Fuerteventura in April, I can confirm that yes, it was windy most days. It even blew the foam clean off the top of my beer one day! So how did this affect my trip? Here’s what I discovered.

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Cala d Or Beaches | A Guide To The Best Beaches In Cala d Or, Mallorca

Mallorca (also know as Majorca), the largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, is home to some amazing beaches with turquoise sea. A ‘cala’ is a small cove or bay and Cala d’Or (meaning ‘Golden Bay’) has several to explore! In this post I share a guide to the best Cala d’Or beaches that can be found on the eastern side of the marina (towards Cala Ferrera). These are: Cala Serena, Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Playa Cala Gran and Cala Petita.

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