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Playa Portals

Listed under Beaches in Mallorca, Spain.

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This small cove is composed of the kinds of colours the Mediterranean is known for, aqua blues and whites and greens. In the morning and evenings it’s a peaceful haven of water lapping onto rocks just up from the narrow stretch of sand, you can only get here by car or boat, but during the middle of the day a lot more people have found there way here and you may have to stake your claim on a rocky rather than sandy towel parking space.

The beach café is supposed to be good but expensive and if you haven’t brought anything from home or the hotel you’ll be at their mercy, part of the appeal of this beach is that there isn’t much else around.

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