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Reviewed 24 March 2017

Only accessible by boat or by walking down a path with lots of serpentines, ending in a scramble down the rocks to reach the beach. Its well worth even just walking part way down the path to take photos of the wonderful view of the...More

Thank FirstMateLondon
Reviewed 9 January 2017

We drove along the forest road as far as we could. It's a rough road with LOTS of potholes so needs a lot of care. Then a lovely peaceful walk through the woods to the viewpoint at el Coll Baix, and then another walk down...More

1  Thank Steve M
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Struggle is the word as it took me and my wife 2,5 hours walking from Puerto de Alcudia to get there. It is possible to park just half an hour away, but the long way to the beach has is magnifcent with lots of seaview....More

Thank ESK136
Reviewed 31 August 2016 via mobile

The beach is really amazing, distant from the Mallorca tourists and crowds. The waves are awesome, water is cristal clear and the sand is made of unique stones. The only risky part is getting there. I would not advise people in "beach shoes" or with...More

1  Thank Oliwia C
Reviewed 24 August 2016

PIcture postcard setting with azure blue water in a tiny cove. You have to walk/hike a good 40 mins to get there and it's not well signposted. Wouldn't suggest very young or old as little tricky clambering over rocks. Mostly Spanish there but would suggest...More

Thank MrsCarcassonne
Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

The hotel receptionists and the taxi driver all gave us the same amazed look when we said that we were planning a walk in to Playa Coll Baix. Family with teenagers, sporty and relatively fit. None the less, "Crazy tourists! Why not just take the...More

8  Thank Richard T
Reviewed 17 June 2016 via mobile

I have decided to go on a solo trip, just to relax my mind. I stayed in Iberostar Alcudia Park and the friendly hotel crew have suggested this beach, and I decided to walk to it. I walked all the way from hotel (I am...More

Thank Tash G
Reviewed 15 June 2016

This beach was one of the most looked forward to parts of the trip and when we got there it did not disappoint. However, the route of hiking into this beach is not for everyone. From our hotel in Port d'alcudia google maps said this...More

2  Thank Jes S
Reviewed 24 April 2016

Last year we traveled there by Boat on an excursion, we had a really great time snorkling here. I wish we had more time to have stayed at this extremely isolated and romantic cala beach setting.

Thank Lorenzo C
Reviewed 15 November 2015

Only accessible by difficult hike or boat but worth the walk if your fit,very private with tourquoise water,pebble beach,lots of colourful fish,wild goats,caves to explore and plenty of private places to sunbathe in the nuddy ! If thats your thing !

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21 April 2015|
Response from cavinrocks | Reviewed this property |
No, there are no streets. You need to hike through the rocks and through the wilderness, not wide enough for ATVs. Or you could reach it with a boat over sea.
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