The village sa Ràpita is situated on the south coast of Mallorca some 11 kilometres from Campos.
The beach in general
The beach of sa Ràpita is named S’Arenal de sa Ràpita. The beach stretches 1,1 kilometres from the port in sa Ràpita to the small village Ses Covetes.
The 25 metres wide beach has fine grained and almost white sand. The water is crystal clear with beautiful shades of blue and turquoise.
S’Arenal de sa Ràpita has the same characteristics as nearby Es Trenc but by far not as crowded.
Visitors arriving by car can park by Club Nautico in sa Ràpita. Some parking spaces are for free, others cost 3 Euro for a day.
A perfect beach for children. Shallow water and plenty of space for playing.
None but good conditions for windsurfing.
Beach restaurant in the port of sa Rápita where the beach starts – and a beach bar.
The village sa Ràpita
Sa Ràpita is a quiet village. There are only a few hotels but the number of holiday homes are increasing.
S’Arenal de sa Ràpita map
The beach stretches from the port in sa Ràpita to the small village of Ses Covetes. Here the name of the beach changes to Playa de Ses Covetes. Es Trenc, the most popular beach in Mallorca, is situated south-east of Ses Covetes.