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The northern coast of Mallorca offers a stunning array of coves and remote calas to discover, all set against the dramatic backdrop of the UNESCO world heritage site, the Tramontana mountain range. Many of these gems are off the map, including secret blue lagoons, historical ruins and hidden caves only accessible by boat. Here are just a few favourites to share with you!

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SA FORADADA

Sa Foradada is a formidable rocky peninsula extending into the sea, privately owned by the estate of Son Marroig and steeped in legend. It is most recognisable for the iconic 15m diameter hole in the cliff. The unique paella restaurant, also called 'Sa Foradada', is perched up on the cliff and is only accessible by boat or a long hike!

CALA TUENT

This beautiful and sparsely populated cala is a great location for swimming and snorkelling. Above the 100m long beach is a short, pretty walk through the pine trees, where you find 'Es Vergeret'. This restaurant offers paella and local Mallorquian cuisine and Jaime and his staff are always on hand with a warm welcome.

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CALA ROJA

To the northeast of Port de Soller, you will find Cala Roja, a magnificent secluded bay offering fantastic snorkelling and swimming in crystal clear waters. Or, for the keen explorers, a jaunt ashore to walk among the inspiring ruins of a Victorian hydro-electric plant.  

 

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