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The contrast between lively holiday resorts and traditional Mallorcan mountain villages, between lonely, cristal-clear bays and the characteristic foothills of the Tramuntana mountains make the Southwest region so diverse and full of widespread appeal.

The beach is backed by a series of hotels and there is a small paved street lined with souvenir and beachwear shops.

Port d’Andratx enjoys a picturesque setting located around 5km from Andratx town. Many consider it the loveliest harbour in the Mediterranean – it’s a stylish port, with a well-maintained and equipped yacht club offering more than 450 berths.

In the southwest of Mallorca, in the resort of Camp de Mar, Golf de Andratx is a beautiful 18-hole course, inaugurated in 2000 and designed by Gleneagles Golf Development.

Head east, past the bustling town of Alcudia, and you’ll find the postcard-perfect neighbouring beaches of Playa de Muro and Can Picafort.

Es Trenc is anything but peaceful in peak season, but it’s oft touted as the most beautiful beach on the island. Also fringed with a protected dune system, this two kilometre long stretch of powder-white sand is lapped by shallow Caribbean-esque…

Local residents would rather we kept these particular beaches secret – it’s not hard to understand why. Cala Llombards is a smart second-home community with a long narrow white sand cove tucked between cliffs.

At the northeast tip of Mallorca, these two calas are relatively inaccessible from Palma (well over an hour by car) and are therefore comparatively less mobbed than the beaches of the southwest.