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Cala Turqueta

Listed under Beaches in Balearic Islands, Spain.

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This line of white sand and clean water is kept in as pristine natural state as possible – there are no facilities and the charge for car parking is supposed to make people appreciate it a bit more. It's only open between 10:30 and 18:00 – apparently you can 'close' a beach? - but access from the car park is fairly easy and this is supposed to be one of the beaches the locals keep a bit quieter about.

Take food, drink and shelter because there isn't any and get there early in the summer months because despite the parking charge it still gets busy.

Signposted from Ciutadella's southern road.

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