‘Hideaway’ beaches on Mallorca: Travel influencers discover Spain’s stunning little-known spots.


Travel influencers discover Mallorca’s “hidden” beaches.

Mallorca, or Majorca, in Spain, is home to a number of beautiful little-known beaches, as described by two British travel influencers.

Mallorca, dubbed “King of the Balearics,” is a year-round favorite among British tourists.

Emily and Nic, travel influencers, visited four beaches they described as “the most perfectly hidden beaches.”

The couple, who are from the United Kingdom, met during the pandemic and have been enjoying their shared love of travel ever since.

They discovered four “hidden” beaches on a trip to Mallorca, Spain, this summer.

Emz andamp; Nick, who are paid, spent a week in the region in August and documented their trip on their YouTube channel.

Where did the couple suggest you go on your next Mallorca vacation?

The couple went to Camp de Mar, a family beach near Andratx in southwest Mallorca.

Claudia Schiffer was a former resident of the area.

Visitors can relax on the 180m wide beach, which includes a small wooden footbridge that leads to La Illeta, a small rock islet where a cabana serves food and drinks.

Cala San Vicente, a small resort in north-eastern Mallorca, has three beaches.

The small beach is only 50 meters long, but it has a restaurant, as well as changing and restroom facilities.

The small inlet is surrounded by beautiful rock formations, hills, and trees, and it is a peaceful and secluded location.

This small cove beach is located in northwest Mallorca, in the Tramuntana Mountains.

The couple dined at a restaurant with a view of a secluded bay.

They praised the restaurant, Ca’s Patro March, for its “incredible ‘pinch me’ view and food.”

“It’s actually insane,” Nick said about the view.

You see this location on Instagram and don’t realize how lovely it is.

It’s amazing.”

Locals flock to the beach, which is known for its beauty.

But keep in mind that this is not a sand beach.

The water at Cala Pi is “so clear, it’s actually stunning,” Emz said.

The beach is nestled between two natural rocky cliffs with trees.

It’s a quiet 50-meter-wide beach that’s relatively unspoiled.

A Bronze Age settlement is nearby, and luxury yachts have been known to drop anchor here.

The Canaries were recently ranked as the most popular holiday destination in Spain.

Last November, the islands welcomed over one million visitors, followed by this year.

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