Calo Des Moro
Calo Des Moro
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Hyoga83
Bordeaux, France684 contributions
It it probably the best way to start a cove-hunting day! It is one of the prettiest coves I've seen, the colours are just amazing. However it is extremely busy and small; and there is some 15 minutes walking involved from the parking.

Therefore I recommend going very early, walking there and spending some time in the gardened areas curated by a local association. From there do not miss small rocky cove of s'Almunia, just beside it. Easy to spend the morning with these two already.

We later moved on to cala Mondrago, but there must be more pretty coves around so make the most of it :)
Written June 14, 2021
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JeffMercedes
Chicago, IL57 contributions
Parking (free) is off main Camí de Cala Llombards at entrance to town. It truly is a 15-20 minute walk to the calas. Parking and vehicle access to visitors is prohibited long the roads to the calas, but road is paved so walking is easy. Once you get to the area of the two calas, you have two choices: down a rocky path to Caló des Moró, or continue down the paved road and then at the end follow the (steep) steps down to Cala s'Almunia.

Both are incredible! The actual vistas are just like the pictures you see on the internet. We went July 1, Thursday, and there were a ton of people. With two teens we got a late start and got there at noon and there literally was not even an inch of free space on the sand of Caló des Moró (I've never seen anything like it). We went instead to Cala s'Almunia, literally a 5 minute walk on well marked trail. Kudos to the friendly care takers of the area who have painstakingly planted and cared for the vegetation between the two calas.

If you want more "beach" I'd go early and go to des Moró - the beach although small is sandy and so is the bottom of the cala. If you want to jump in the water off rocks or snorkel I'd go to s'Almunia.

There was a small mobile kiosko selling cold water, soda and beer at both.

Note: May not be ideal for small children or older adults with mobility issues - as mentioned, access is via steep path or steep steps (and then to get down to the actual sand of des Moró you again have to climb down a brief but steep path).
Written July 1, 2021
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Teodor C
Bucharest, Romania8 contributions
Friends
It’s a nice beach, the view is great, but a little too crowded. Also, if it’s a windy day, it’s kind of hard to hold your umbrella 😂. I also ordered food from the restaurant of the beach and the sandwiches were awesome. They also have a little supermarket shop from which you can buy different things at s resonable price. The downside is the parking… if you arrive too late ( after 10 am ), you mainly have to walk about 10-15 mins to the beach, but at least it’s free parking 😁
Written July 13, 2021
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Lucia B
4 contributions
Family
We came to have a nice afternoon with my family and could not even get in. You have a 15 minute walk from the parking and then you basically have to do trekking to get to the beach, which is packed. The place is gorgeous that is true. However, due to Covid-19 restrictions it has a capacity that fills instantly. When we arrived there the guard told us there was a 2 hour queue in order to get in. I would recommend going very early in the morning and prepared to walk through a mountain path.
Written August 16, 2021
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ZAJDAN
Znojmo, Czech Republic2 contributions
The place it self is beautiful, BUT ... the place is degraded with idiots who moor ships there and play loud music (bum, bum, bum)!
I am sad when I see, how nobody care such treasures and doesnt protect, so that we can enjoy such piece of wild beautyful nature.
Mallorca please, make prohibitions to stop parking boats in such rare bay´s.
Written August 29, 2021
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Diana Costa
Porto, Portugal6 contributions
COVID soup bay, extremely crowded rocks with zero beach space after a long trek on minuscule paths. Very far from parking, not worth the sun stroke. Full of teenagers posing for profile photos.
Written December 10, 2020
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Heléna C
Bucharest, Romania7 contributions
Couples
The beach is hard to reach, quite difficult with flip flops, you need to climb some rocks to reach the water. There is a local marketer who sells water/cola/fanta/sprite. The place is very crowded but the atmosphere is unique and fantastic! Definitely worth the effort!
Written August 5, 2021
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Carlos B
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada1,052 contributions
Do yourself a favor and go to this place. At first, it looks not worth it, but the closer you get, the more perfect the views are. It can get busy during the summer. The trail might be a little harsh if you're carrying lots. Not a sandy beach, so no need for an umbrella. My favourite hidden place.
Written January 2, 2020
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dohgren78
Knivsta, Sweden72 contributions
Family
This is the beaches of all beaches! It’s like the beaches in Thailand or Caribbean’s in Europe. White sand and turquoise water - just the dolphins and turtles missing.
If in Mallorca you must visit! But be early as the beach is quite small.
Written July 8, 2022
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nixstix143
United Kingdom97 contributions
Absolutely gorgeous beach. You will find numerous reviews on how to get there. It does involve a walk, and then a mountainous walk (not very long). The path down is steep and requires some consideration and careful walking, but it is worth it.
Watch the tides if you want to lie on the sand. If high tide you will be sitting on rocks which aren't particularly comfortable. It gets busy too. A popular spot, well worth the trouble of getting to. We read a few reviews about it being a nudist spot. Not when we were there.
Written July 31, 2020
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