Famous for: Wildlife Parks, Nature, Relaxing, Beaches, Snorkeling
Cala Llombards is a cove beach in the southeast of Mallorca. It offers shallow waters best for swimming and surrounded by steep cliffs, rocky areas and pine trees. Tourists as well as locals come here to have some relaxing time on the white and soft sand beach. Its crystal clear water make it a perfect snorkeling destination.
Located in the southeast coast of Mallorca in Santanyí municipality, Cala Llombards is a less commercialised and unexplored cove beach and resort in Mallorca. This beach is mostly popular among local holiday villa owners. It is located near the small village, Es Llombards about 10 kilometres from Santanyi.
Cala Llombards is surrounded by steep cliffs and rocky areas, pine trees and scrubs. Ehite and soft sands, crystal clear water is perfect for relaxation as well as Snorkelling. Absence of waves make this beach perfect for swimming.
Water activities are not available at Cala Llombards. There is scarcity of beach bars too. You can carry your own food and drinks rather than relying on the few beach bars here.
Are boat houses available to stay in Cala Llombards in Mallorca ?
There are beach houses as well as villas. As per our knowledge, boat houses are not there.
How to reach Cala Llombards using public transportation ?
Direct public transport to Cala Llombards is not available. Bus 501 stops at C/ Llombards and Bus 505 stops near to the beach but still a short walk to the beach.
Is there any public shower in Cla Llombards ?
No, only public toilets are available.
Are there restaurants on the cala llombards beach ?
There is only one beach bar here that offers snacks and drinks.
How to reach Cala Llombards from Palma ?
You can take Bus 501 or 502 from Estació Intermodal in Palma C/ Llombards. From C/ Llombards you will have to take a taxi to Cala Llombards. This route will take 1.15 hours. Another option is to take a Taxi from Palma to Cala Llombards.
Can boats be rented in Cala Llombards ?
Yes, Boat rentals are available in Cala Llombards.