Es Trenc

Without doubt it is one of the most recognisable and one of the best of the island.  A three-kilometre-long virgin beach with white sand and crystal clear waters.

Ses Covetes

Located between Sa Rápita and Es Trenc, it is a small beach of fine, white sand.  It slopes gently and is divided in two areas: one of fine sand and one of rockier sand.  An alternative to the normally busy Es Trenc beach.

Es Freu de Ses Covetes

A quiet beach between Sa Ràpita and es Trenc, next to Ses Covetes, in a picturesque rocky area only 50 metres long.

Es Molí de s’Estany

An excellent sandy area a kilometre away from the Sant Jordi colony.  Pine trees, savin trees and rosemary and mastic undergrowth stabilise the surrounding dunes.



Es Pregons Petits

Serene beaches with natural surroundings and crystal clear waters, about two kilometres away from the Sant Jordi colony which can only be accessed by foot.

Es Pregons Grans

Serene beaches with natural surroundings and crystal clear waters, about two kilometres away from the Sant Jordi colony which can only be accessed by foot.

S’Arenal d’en Tem

Between Punta d’en Ferrer and Platja des Trenc, this sandy area is the head of the three and a half kilometrecoastline of Platja des Trenc.

S’Arenal de Sa Rapita

A dune system of fine sand in front of the population centre of Sa Rápita. The west demarcation line is the Club Nàutic Sa Ràpita The port of the Club Nàutic Sa Ràpita has capacity and mooring services for boats and yachts with a maximum length of 20 metres and draught of 3.00 metres. It offers a wide range of nautical services suitable for all types of boats.