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Cala Llombards is another of those Mallorquan beaches that is hard to get to, and mainly for the sprightly, not the frail or the feeble, as there is a steep descent to get there, and an even steeper ascent to return to street level. It...More
After trekking around for a week, Cala Llombards was by far the best beach we came across. Being Australian we are pretty judgmental on beach quality. We wish we stayed closer to it and found it earlier.
We were staying at Playa de Muro, and came here during Mallorca day outing. So, maybe because I'm comparing it to de Muro, this beach really did not impress me. First of all, it's small! We were there in October and it was pretty full....More
Cala Llombards was the perfect combination of beautiful sandy beach, clear protected cove, and restaurant/bar service. We went twice, during our short visit to Mallorca. People are right that the water can get dirty, but that's weather dependent and likely true of all of the...More
One of my favourite calas to spend the whole day! Amazing water and surroundings!
This Cala offers everything from cliff jumping, warm turquoise water, sandy beach, bar/restaurant for refreshments/meals( although a bit pricey for meals), music to listen to while sunbathing on the beach, etc.
Very beautiful beach, it is small and rather overcrowded. The only drawback is that the water is not very clean - there are strange things swimming. the small beach bar is also overcrowded and you shall have to stand in a long line to get...More
It's a bit of trek to walk from the car park (maybe 400 metres?) but it's well worth the walk. We got there around 10am and managed to grab some umbrellas and chairs which, with kids, was super useful for some shade.
I see people...More