S'Amarador owes its unique setting to its position right in the middle of Mondragó Natural Park. The beach of light, soft sand fringes a bay encircled by pine forests. The calm, shallow water makes it especially popular with families, but also with young people who want to discover and enjoy the natural island beauty of Majorca to be found off the beaten track, away from the big holiday resorts. There's a small 'chiringuito', or beach bar, to provide you with drinks and snacks.
S'Amarador - A little bay in the Mondragó Natural ParkS'Amarador beach, with its soft, light sand, fringes a bay that is almost completely surrounded by pine forests. It's a beach where small children compete to build the best sand castle, while grown-ups relax on sun loungers and beach towels under colourful sun umbrellas. You can plunge into the crystal clear sea water to cool off, either by making your way down the gently shelving sand, or by jumping straight in from the flat rocks at the sides of the bay.
S'Amarador beach is on the east coast of Majorca and is part of Mondragó Natural Park, where you will find several small coves. From here it is nine kilometres to the next largest village of Santanyí. Despite its remote location S'Amarador can be reached easily by car. You'll find a parking area about 500 metres from the beach.
It's not just families who come to relax on this beach, but lots of young people as well. For one thing, it is more peaceful here than in the nearby holiday resorts, and for another, S'Amarador is completely natural and undeveloped. Just behind the beach you'll find a single little 'chiringuito', or beach bar, where you can buy drinks, pizzas, hamburgers, small snacks and so on.