Sa Calobra is a small village in the northwest coast of Mallorca. The port village is a popular destination for coach trips and road cyclists.
Sa Calobra is a charming set of two beaches which are divided by the Torrent de Pareis (river gorge).
Sa Calobra is difficult to reach and the main route that runs through the Serra de Tramuntana mountains is a big adventure itself. You can reach it by car or bus (an hour-long) along an extremely winding road that twists down through the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains. Stop at least once to admire the magical scenery. Parents take note: this is not an easy road to travel with small children if they are not great in cars. The easiest way to arrive to Sa Calobra is by boat taking the ferry boats that leave from Port de Sóller.
After the adventure of arriving, the beaches are perfect for a day of total relaxation. Sa Calobra will amaze you with a crystal clear and turquoise blue water. It is very calm place and there are no water sports activities. In Sa Calobra you will not find loungers, umbrellas or a lifeguard (take your own towels or air mattresses). There are some rustic, outdoor showers and simple toilets on site. Sa Calobra is handicap accessible, including wheelchair access.
Sa Calobra consists of two beaches: Cala Sa Calobra, a tiny sandy beach a few small restaurants serving good and simple beach food. The other beach, with its main attraction, Torrent de Pareis, a larger beach, which is accessed on land by a footpath stretching nearly one kilometre and via a narrow tunnel, making it one of the more unique and remote beaches on the island.