Located at Mallorca’s south coast, the Es Trenc beach evokes real caribbean feeling. The beach lies close to the village of Campos, between Colònia de Sant Jordi and Ses Covetes. Five kilometers of long stretched sand beach, crystal clear, turquoise water and pine trees instead of coco palms make the beach an unique spot. Due to the caribbean looks, it is one of the all time favourite beaches on Mallorca and maybe one of the most fascinating ones in Europe.
The coastline and the inland are a bird sanctuary and a protected nature zone. The protected sand dunes and the wetlands serve as a home for migratory birds and make for the place’s natural and wild beauty. As the beach lies in a protected area, you will find yourself in unspoiled and open landscape. Even though it is a remote and isolated beach, nowadays it got discovered by masses of tourists, converting it in a well visited and sometimes crowded beach. Especially during weekends, locals as well as tourists flock the beach and it can get difficult to find a quiet spot. During the week, the beach is less crowded and counts for one of the Mallorcan beaches known for its isolated charm and its vast extent. By walking some more meters, you will normally find a tranquil spot on your own.
Es Trenc is a long but not very deep beach. The water is shallow, making it a perfect spot for children. It is also known as a nudist beach since decades. Furthermore, Es Trenc is a good spot for practicing windsurfing, if the beach is not too crowded. Sunbeds and parasols can be rented at the beach. Small restaurants and bars line the streets at Ses Covetes, serving typical dishes.
It is best to go there by car. From the main road in direction Campos, you will see the sign to Es Trenc. At the end of the road you will find a huge parking area where you have to pay a parking fee.