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Beaches Do you have a favourite beach? Know of any activities on specific beaches?

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Old 03-11-2010, 15:43
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Found this today:

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Click on the map for the various regions.

Useful and worth bookmarking


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A really good link Mark, thanks!
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I haven't got a clue where half of those are
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It only goes to show, you think you know them all! I would love to be able to get to the more isolated ones but nice to see pictures of them.
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I haven't got a clue where half of those are
They are found round the edge of the island GG!!
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Many of these beaches are only accessible by boat and well worth the trip
Cala Murta is a big favourite of ours and just a short spin from the port.

Calů is just round the corner from the light house and the water is spectacular the colour is beyond words and full of beautiful fish if you like to snorkel this is an ideal spot. Again only really accessible by boat.

Often the beauty of the Island can only be seen from the sea this is a great link giving people the opportunity to see even more of the beautiful places in and around PP thanks for posting this.
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LOL @ Bella such a wit
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Excellent resource Mark.

This has encouraged the walker in me to rake out the boots for some trekking next time we visit, especially those between CSV and Castel de Rey.

I note the permissions required to go via Ternelles, a walk I did many years ago when you had to apply for a pass I think at the Banco March (the owners)in Pollensa!! I remember it was only open Sundays for a limited time so it was quite a march (excuse the pun), to get to the Castel and back before the gates were closed. Abuse of these time limited openings resulted in the route being closed, Nice to see that limited opening may now be available on application to the town hall in Pollensa.

Anyone managed to gain access via Ternelles?
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It's interesting to see that it mentions that you can get to Ternells via CSV.

Does anyone know anything about this route?
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The map looks good. I'm planning a vacation so I hope it's accurate too
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