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BEACHES

Discover the best beaches and coves close to Sant Lluís.

A few minutes away from Sant Lluís you can find endless white sand beaches or small, secluded and solitary coves. Activities for children and adults, with restaurants and leisure areas, or quiet zones to get lost on virgin and deserted beaches.                                                  

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  • Biniparratx

    Biniparratx is an inlet in the shape of an "L" which flows onto a beach of fine sand around 300 metres from the inlet. It is better protected from the wind than its neighbours but it has no beach services.  

  • Biniancolla

    Biniancolla is a small bay with a jetty which ends on a pebbly beach and is surrounded by a small urbanisation half-way between Binibeca and Punta Prima.

  • Cala Torret

    To the left of the beach at Binibeca, 500 metres away, there is a country house called Cala Torret with a scuba diving centre. Maybe this is a good time to take a plunge or do a course. There is also a jetty and crane.

  • Binibeca Beach

    Binibeca Beach is one of those places that few fail to visit. The beach is very deep with fine sand and behind there is a small pine wood, ideal for taking a break from the sun when it becomes too intense. There is an open-air cafe which may be one of the first of a fixed type on the beaches of the island and which still retains the look of a small, old fishing hut, giving a picture postcard image to the beach. Here you can eat whilst taking in some of the best views of the bay and beach under its cane roof and at sturdy log tables.

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