Alcúdia's beaches (Majorca)
In La Victoria, a unique natural setting, with a splendid view over Formentor and the Bay of Pollensa, you'll find a little grey pebble beach with a double arch shape 130-metre long and 15-metre wide.
S'Illot is the name of this beach, named after the little islet (Illot in Catalan) that protects this place from the northern wind, the Tramuntana. It's a marvellous place to do canoeing, snorkelling and scuba diving because of its fanciful seabed and those green shades of the water. There's a charming picnic area within a few metres with chairs, tables and grills.
HOW TO GET THERE
By car, on foot, by bike
- Departing from Alcúdia take the Camí del Mal Pas for 1,5 km.
- At the roundabout, follow straight on until you get to the Cocodrilo marina.
- Turn right and follow the Camí Vell de la Victòria for 2 km.
- You can park in any of the two car parks you'll find at both sides of the road.
Ask the taxi driver for S'Illot beach:
- Taxis Amics d´Alcúdia. Tel. (+34) 971 54 96 91
- Taxis d´Alcúdia. Tel. (+34) 971 54 97 66 & (+34) 971 54 98 70
Within a walking distance there is a youth hostel, two car parks and a restaurant bar open from April to October. There are also plenty of picnic tables.
- Area: Cabo Pinar
- Type: Thick sand
- Services: Easy access, easy parking, open air bars
- Occupation: Medium
Sorroundings of Alcúdia