S’Arenalet d’Aubarca beach is 210 m wide with fine golden sand and clear aquamarine water, hidden amongst the wild rocky landscape of Mallorca’s eastern coast. One of Mallorca’s best kept secrets, this wonderful beach, 12,5 km from Artá, is about as virgin as they come. The area has remained unspoilt, protected within the Natural Park of Llevant, and the only construction on the beach is a small refuge owned by the Artá Town hall.
Club Nautic Cala Ratjada is the nearest port at 13,5 nautical miles, but if you don’t happen to have a boat, access on foot or by bike is recommended as most of the land is privately owned. There are two possible routes. The first boarders the coast and will take up to 3,5 hours on foot, while the second crosses the Possessió d’Aubarca through shaded pine forests and is considerably shorter, at 1,5 hours.