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Discovering Mallorca’s coves while playing golf

Fancy a dip after a round of golf? …We tell you where to go

If you are a golf lover and you have chosen Mallorca for your summer holidays we would like to recommend you some beaches and coves close to the courses associated to Golf Pass Mallorca.

In the north of the island, after playing at theClub de Golf Alcanada or golf course Pollensa, you can drive to Cape Formentor to enjoy the marvellous views from the lighthouse. Below the cliff is the beach of Formentor surrounded by countless pine trees where you can relax and swim in its turquoise waters and white sand.

Very close to Pollensa we find Cala Barques; a beautiful beach located in the small village of Cala San Vicente. You can enjoy an extraordinary afternoon of relaxation, far away from the bustling tourist beaches.

In the northeast of Mallorca, very close to Pula Golf and the Son Servera Golf Club, you will also find the well-known Cala Nau or Son Moro, a 1.8 km long beach of fine sand and transparent waters.

If you go from Pula or Son Severa golf course towards Cala Ratjada, we recommend you visit Cala Agulla. This beach, together with Cala Moltó and Cala Mesquida were declared a natural area of special interest in 1991, thus avoiding the construction of hotels in the area and preserving its wild and natural environment.

If you are going to play golf in Andratx, located in the southwest of the island, you will find smaller coves mainly made of stones and rocks. It is a characteristic of the area due to its proximity to the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2011.

A very good option is to go to Cala Fornells, a cove that will transport you to the past, far away from the noise and the agglomeration.

In this area we also recommend walking to Cala d’Egos or Cala de ses Egos, a beautiful virgin cove of pebble stones. Its difficult access has made it safe from tourism and it has remained for those who want to enjoy a spectacular sunset. It should be taken into account that it is a secluded cove where no services are offered, so it is important to bring water and a snack to replenish your strength after a refreshing swim.

If you are close to Palmaand you are going to play at Maioris, we recommend you to go to Cala Pi. Its name, pine in Spanish, refers to the trees that surround. Small and surrounded by cliffs, you will be able to enjoy unique views.

On the way back to Palma we find the Mhares Sea Club, where you can disconnect and enjoy its comforts while sipping a good cocktail. A perfect plan to end the day of golf.

Continuing our tour of the coves and beaches near the Golf Pass Mallorca courses, we now take you from the Marriott Son Antem courses to Es Trenc beach, one of the most beautiful and famous beaches in Mallorca. Just half an hour’s drive away you will find a beach 2 km long, with fine sand and crystal clear waters… nothing to envy the Caribbean!

Finally, from the Mallorcan capital, after playing one of the Arabella Golf courses, you can go to Illetas beach, a sure hit. It is a very busy beach where you will find different beach clubs aimed at a more demanding public, sun lounger rental areas and plenty of space for children’s sand castles.

There are countless coves and corners of the island to visit. Today we would like to name some of them to combine sport, nature and relaxation and discover the essence of Mallorca.

Would you like to play golf this summer with Golf Pass Mallorca? Remember that during the months of July, August and September Golf Pass Mallorca offers the 2×1 discount twice A total of 22 rounds that you can enjoy in the sunniest months. If you don’t have time to play so many rounds during your stay on the island; golfpassmallorca is valid 365 days so you can continue playing on your next visit.

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