Es Caragol is one of the most southerly beaches in Mallorca. If you love walking along rugged coastlines and sunbathing somewhere a little more remote than your usual tourist spot, then this place is for you.
Some people prefer to set up camp on the rocks, but if you want easy access to the sea and a sandy beach, then keep on going until you see the small fisherman's lodge.
It's a great beach if you don't want to hear the chatter of fellow tourists. There's plenty of sand and space for children to play to their heart's content, as long as they can make the initial walk. Nudism is allowed and practised by some.
There are some rubbish bins, but don't expect any facilities or life guards.
The nearest port facilities are located at Port Colonia de Sant Jordi at 4,2 nautical miles.
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