scenic boattrip and time to explore the dry riverbed in the impressive canyon ,recommended and worth the price, bring a picknick.
We heard that Sa Calobra was one of the real must-sees of Mallorca, and went there by car. The road is long an very serpentine. Some of the passengers started feeling really bad because of the curves. The views of the mountains are incredible, but sometimes the ride was really scary too. When we got to the village we went... More
This is a wonderful cove or beach. It's a very small opening to a river with some very high cliffs on each side. The drive to the cove is in itself one of the main attractions of the place, the drive is not for the faint hearted, the hair pin bends and the meeting of a coach on a single... More
Very clear water, nice rocks around. Pro: You can get there only by ship or car via serpentine way. Very impressive views. Nice to walk around (NB: pretta hard terrain, You schould be fit enough to walk there) Contra: too many turists ;)
Take a car and go in there on the beautiful road, during the work week. Very nice beach between the mountains.
Sa Calobra, who goes to Mallorca must to have a time to go there. It is an natural and amazing place to visit, even just for a picture or to spend all day but you must to go there. You gonna take a mountain road with lots of curves but it is an exciting trip, with plenty of beautiful sights... More
We had a wonderful trip yesterday - even the very special descent to Sa Calobra, and even the hordes of tourists were "nice" compared to the worst meal and service and treatment we experienced at the tourist-trap crap self-service restaurants there. They are a shame to the otherwise so friendly service we have had elsewhere on Mallorca. The authorities should... More
The drive to Sa Calobra is nothing short of exhilarating! Lots of winding roads up and down the mountain whilst battling for road space with coaches and cyclists. When you arrive it really feels like you've earned it. The cove itself is beautiful with a small stony beach. We arrived later in the afternoon which we were glad of as... More
A beautiful location ruined by :- too many people, terrible restaurants that are self service over priced and selling awful food, rip off parking @ 1 euro for 20 mins. On our return back up we were behind nine coaches! I enjoyed the veiw both up and down the mountain. The sea is very dirty although a beautiful colour. I... More
We arrived by boat from Porto Soller - boat full and very hot. Sa Calobra is set in a superb location in a small bay surrounded by very steep cliffs. There is a pleasant and easy walk along the edge of the bay to where a river bed runs into the sea. The beach is very small and stony. It... More
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