On the move to.. Cala Tuent

Hi Lovely followers,

Today I’m writing about a beautiful hidden beach called Cala Tuent which is on the North-west coast of Mallorca and is located in the shadow of Puig Major. The road towards it is also very beautiful because we came by two beautiful crystal clear lakes (where I’ll write about later) on your way up. Cala Tuent is also very nice to combine with Port de Sa Calobra which is a lot more popular and known for the magnificent location between two cliffs where the canyon Torrent de Pareis reaches the sea.

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Cala Tuent is located in a thick pine wood between some rocky cliffs. And the water is as you can see, perfect for a swim because the water is crystal clear. There is a lot of space and because of the lack of restaurants, shops or beachclubs you have a very peaceful experience on this remote beach.  Below you’ll see pictures from the road towards Cala Tuent and the beach itself.

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I haven’t been swimming there but I’ve heard from a lot of people the water is perfect for snorkeling and I’m definitely going to do that next time I’m there:) There also is one restaurant at about 1,5 km back called Es Vergeret where you have a magnificent view on the emerald-green water and the tranquil beach while you enjoy some paella.

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I really hope you’d liked my post and got a little bit inspired to go and explore Cala Tuent. If so, or you have any questions… please feel free to comment below!:) Have a lovely week everyone!

What I wore:
Blouse: H&M
Shorts: (similar here) Bershka
Sunglasses: Burberry
Bag: Paul’s Boutique

 

13 thoughts on “On the move to.. Cala Tuent

  1. Karen McGarr says:

    Your blog makes me long to return to Mallorca!
    Gorgeous pictures as well, love it.
    Thank you for following my blog and I hope you’re enjoying the daily posts from my 1989 diary. Best to you and thanks!

    Liked by 1 person

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