Es Cubells is home to a few small, cobbled coves that have natural, gravelly sand and crystal-clear waters, so those wanting to snorkel will be in their element. But if you’re after lazy days listening to the lapping of the waves, this serene setting is perfect too.
A traditional dining scene
There’s a duo of Spanish eateries in the village that serves hearty plates of tapas treats. If you want to experience authentic beachside dining, head to Ses Boques. Here, you’ll find seafood at its best and, with its shaded area beneath the trees, it’s simply idyllic.