Campos, Majorca, Spain
Located in the south east of Majorca Campos is primarily a quiet residential town with narrow and winding streets.
The beach of Sa Rapita is over 1-km in length, with fine soft sand and crystal clear shallow water. Sun-loungers and parasols are available to hire, and there is a beach bar. The closest restaurant is found in the port of Sa Rapita where the beach starts, the beach reaches to the small village of Ses Covetes and here the name of the beach changes to Playa de Ses Covetes which stretches on for another 300-metres. At this end of the beach there is a large bar-restaurant actually set on the beach.
The Es Trenc beach has a 2-km stretch of fine white sand and crystal clear shallow water; it's a popular choice with naturists as it's an official nudist beach. Considering its isolated location there are plenty of facilities at hand, sun-beds and parasols for hire, lifeguards during high-season and there are a few bars and restaurants.
Out and about
Colonia de Sant Jordi is a coastal village, where from its port the boat to the protected island of Cabrera departs. A number of boat tours offer trips to the island, some of which stop at the blue cave for a quick swim, once on the island a guided tour takes you on a climb to the castle, the French monument and the museum.
Other interesting sights in the area include the S'Alobrar nature park, the second largest wetland in Majorca, and Balneario de Sant Joan which are hot springs for bathing.
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