In the south of Mallorca, 17km south of the town called Llucmajor, we find the beautiful beach of Cala Pi, secluded between two rocky cliffs. It is about 40 km from central Palma, even though it is in a neighbouring municipality. There is available free parking next to the beach although you can only get to the sand after around 150 steps (no wheelchair access, I am afraid).
The beach is formed where the Torrent de Cala Pi meets the sea, giving its name to this little beach. It is therefore surrounded by greenery, pine trees and bushes, which makes it a little wild. There is also a row of little huts used to store yachts or boats. The beach is only 50 metres wide, although it stretches back some 100 metres into the torrent.
Even if it is not a well known beach to most tourists, it may be hard to find a place where to put your towel if you visit in July or August, so try and come early if you can. If you visit at any other time of the year, you should not have any problems. Don’t worry if you don’t have a car, you can take bus 525 from central Palma’s Estació Intermodal to get here in just over an hour.