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S'illot Beach, Alcudia

A hidden gem on the Victoria peninsula

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S'illot Beach, Alcudia

A quiet cove in the north of the island that offers a calm retreat from the busy tourist beaches and crystal clear water for swimming.

The beach is called S’illot, meaning “small island” in Catalan, and is so called because of the chunk of rock in the sea directly in front of the beach, which gives shelter from the breeze.

There are no sunbeds, parasols or lifeguards at S’illot beach and that’s what makes it great, it has a very un-touristy feel, as though you’ve strayed off the beaten path and found a little slice of heaven.

Setting & Location

The landscape is magnificent, mountainous pine groves and small rocky coves, turquoise water and a stunning view towards Formentor.

Water Safety & Clarity

There are a series of rocky coves and then there’s the main S’illot beach, which is shingle, pebble and rocks, making the sea really clear and a real draw for snorkellers and scuba divers.

Beach Quality

This is a pebble beach.


Snorkelling is popular here and due to the landscape you can easily find a walking trail to follow and enjoy a few hour hiking and taking in the fantastic views from this peninsula.

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Getting Here


Drive through Alcúdia, following the signs for Mal-Pas, Bonaire and La Victòria. After a short drive you arrive at the marina at Bonaire.

Driving past the big houses of Bonaire and find yourself on a narrow road leading out into the wilderness; this is the promontory that separates the Bay of Alcúdia from the Bay of Pollença in the north-east of the island. 


  • Outdoors
  • Showers
  • Toilets