How long is Es Trenc beach?

2 and a half kilometers
The long beach of Es Trenc (Ravine, in English) stretches for 2 and a half kilometers (with only 20 meters of width on average) between Sa Rápita and Colonia de San Jorge, in the southeast of the island, on the municipal terms of Campos and Las Salinas.

What is the longest beach in Mallorca?

the Playa de Muro
Located in the town of Muro, next to Alcudia, the Playa de Muro holds an important record: at no less than 6km long, it’s the longest sandy beach in Mallorca.

How do I get from Palma to Es Trenc?

There is no direct connection from Palma to Es Trenc. However, you can take the line 501 bus to La Rambla then take the taxi to Es Trenc. Alternatively, you can take the line 501 bus to La Verge 2 then take the taxi to Es Trenc.

Which side of Mallorca has the best beaches?

Fine white sand, gentle sloping beach, and crystal clear water are three good reasons why Cala Santanyí is one of the best beaches on Mallorca’s southeast coast. The beach is overlooked by a handful of hotels and villas, while a long inlet is lined with rocks scattered with pine and juniper trees.

Where is Es Trenc Beach in Mallorca located?

Es Trenc is located in the southern part of Mallorca between the very small town Ses Covetes and the larger holiday resort Colonia Sant Jordi.

Which is the most beautiful beach in Mallorca?

Es Trenc is a seven-kilometre long natural beach on the south coast of Mallorca, with its white sand, turquoise sea and the flat dunes making it one of the most beautiful beaches in Spain. Es Trenc’s seven kilometres is a fascinating stretch of beach with an ambience that feels decidedly Caribbean.

What kind of beach is Platja d’Es Trenc?

Clear white sands with turquoise waters and very flat sea beds with the very occasional rock. It’s the kind of scene from somewhere in the carribean. Sunday’s was a bit busier but the week days was fairly quite and you could space out!

Is there a thermal spring in Es Trenc?

Es Trenc beach is bordered on one side by the lively resort of Colonia Sant Jordi which has become a centre of tourism on the south coast. Mallorca’s only thermal spring is to be found in the village. Hotel Font Santa uses the mineral-rich water to operate a huge wellness project.