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  Banyalbufar beach
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The small village of Banyalbufar with its 500 inhabitants is situated on the west coast of Mallorca. Close to the mountain range Serra de Tramuntana.

The beach in general
Cala Banyalbufar is beautifully situated in a small bay surrounded by cliffs and trees. The beach is 100 metres long and narrow.

A part of the beach is covered by large stones while the rest of the beach consists of gravel. It is definitely possible to lie down on a towel and the view from the beach is amazing.

The water has the most fantastic colours and is crystal clear. You will find stones of various sizes in the water but the beautiful scenery makes it perfect for a swim.

The sun hits the beach from about 11 am due to the high cliffs behind the beach. Because of the cliffs the beach is accessible only by a steep stairway,

Parking is for free and is close to the beach. Follow the signs.

Child friendliness
The beach
is not child friendly.

Water sports
None, but the bay is good for diving and snorkelling.

Beach restaurants
None.

The village Banyalbufar
Banyalbufar is a small and very quiet village on the rocky west coast of Mallorca. The village has a beautiful view to the mountain range Serra de Tramuntana and the Mediterranean.

There are a few hotels and restaurants. Enough for a peaceful holiday - and the village is a good starting point for hiking treks.
 

 

Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar beach

Banyalbufar - Mallorca

Banyalbufar - Mallorca 

 
 
  Banyalbufar map
In the upper left corner of the satelitte photo you can spot the parking area.

The beach is in the middle of the bay with a little harbour to the right.

 

 

   
 

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