Coves with turquoise water, sandy spots like Ses Salines and Es Cavallet and enigmatic abandoned quarries like Sa Pedrera succeed each other along the shoreline.
This municipality has beaches for all tastes, from very popular sandy beaches like Platja d’en Bossa, Es Cavallet and Ses Salines to rocky or pebble strewn areas like Es Codolar and Es Jondal, which are very quiet and offer an exceptional quality of water. The shore is dotted with small coves with good services and restaurants.
Some of the nicest are Sa Caleta, Es Torrent, Cala d´Hort, Cala Molí, Cala Carbó, Cala Tarida, Cala Vedella, Cala Bassa and the series of small coves known as Platges de Comte, a succession of sand, lunar rock, turquoise water,
savine trees twisted by the wind and fishermen’s jetties, where you can leave the world behind.