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Today we are going to get off the beaten track of Serra de Tramuntana’s beautiful path..and we are going to talk about beaches!

One of the most amazing things that Mallorca has is that, regardless of the season, we have wonderful and beautiful places to walk, in which we might cross paths with other people, or might not (now, in June, everything is full of tourists).

But, yes, you understood me well, the beaches are wonderful, winter included. The sun, on a beautiful day, warms and comforts us.

“You are not alone”, they said ✌🏻

In those situations, going with your pet can be a great experience. As of spring, the regulations prohibit stepping on the sand with animals, for reasons of hygiene and respect for bathers, but at this time, where it is still cold to bathe, you can go for a walk with your dog without any problem.

One of the few existing regulations is that we must always carry our pet on a leash, regardless of whether it is on the sand or in the water. Also, if the dog was one of the breeds classified as dangerous (pitbull, rottweiler, stamford, bulldog, etc.) you will also be required to put a muzzle. Both provisions, as is logical to understand, are due to safety issues, in order to avoid accidents or uncomfortable moments between our dog and other people who were enjoying that place.

Today we will present you the beaches where you will best live that experience.

An experience for more than 2 πŸ˜‡

Take the strap, the plastic bags, to avoid leaving an unpleasant surprise to whoever comes after you, and your pet’s favorite toys. It’s time to go to the beach:

Es Carnatge

In Palma de Mallorca, Es Carnatge beach offers visitors, human or pet, very crystalline waters and a beautiful landscape suitable for rest, but not for bathing, even in summer, because the bottom is full of rocks.

Because of its beauty, this beach is classified as a Biosphere Natural Reserve and the entry of domestic animals into it is allowed. These can swim. It is one of the places where the presence of pets is allowed throughout the year.

Cala Blanca

Although access to it is not easy, its beauty makes it one of the best Majorcan beaches to visit with our dog in any month of the year. This is Cala Blanca, a rocky beach with little sand located in the lowlands of the Sierra de la Tramuntana, in the municipality of Andratx.

The waters of this beach will be recorded forever in the memory of the visitor, mainly for its beautiful turquoise blue color and for that incomparable tranquility that characterizes it.

Llenaire

The Llenaire beach, located in the fishing village of Pollença, north of Mallorca, stands out for its fine white sand and for its length, that exceeds 600 meters. We can go with our dogs, which are allowed the access throughout the year.

Stay tuned for more tips & tricks & pieces of advice! 🀩

 

Photo credits: mallorcatreasure.blogsport.com, redcanina.es, mallorcaweb.com, mallorcaquality.com and disfrutalaplaya.com

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