Torrent de Pareis is one of the most spectacular and unique beaches in the Balearic Islands.
Due to thousands of years of erosion from the waters of Torrent de Pareis, that cut through the mountains of Sierra de Tramontana to finally reach the sea on the coast of Mallorca, the spectacular crystal clear and deep blue colour of the sea sits at the bottom of the 200m cliffs with the 25 metre long beach of cala de Sa Calobra in a narrow canyon below.
Sa Calobra is untouched by mass tourism due to its limited access restricted through a winding pass or from the sea by boat. To get there is not so easy.
After leaving the city of Palma de Mallorca by car, the mountain road includes more than 800 bends and then a 300 metre walk along the cliff edge and through the canyon before arriving at the beach where you can finally relax and enjoy the warm sun and clear waters of cala de Sa Calobra.