Felanitx and Santanyí are the municipalities with the most blue flag beaches in Mallorca in 2023. In total, 20 beaches in Mallorca, totalling 14.5 kilometres of coastline, will sport the blue flag this year. This is three fewer blue flags than were awarded last year.
Blue Flag beaches in Mallorca 2023
- Felanitx: Cala Ferrera, Cala Marçal, Cala Sa Nau, Porto Colom (Platja S’Arenal).
- Muro: Muro.
- Palma: Cala Major.
- Pollença: Cala Barques, Cala Molins.
- Sant Llorenç des Cardassar: Cala Millor (Cala Nau), Sa Coma.
- Santa Margalida: Can Picafort, Son Bauló, Son Serra.
- Santanyí: Cala Llombards, Cala Mondragó (Sa Font de n’Alís), Cala Santanyí; S’Amarador.
- Ses Salines: Es Dolç (Es Port).
- Son Servera: Cala Millor, Es Ribell.
It is worth noting that in this list of Blue Flag beaches in Mallorca in 2023 Palma is the worst off. It only maintains the distinction on the beach of Cala Major, losing two blue flags obtained last year: s’Arenal and Cala Estància.
Blue Flags in Menorca and Eivissa
In Eivissa, the blue flag has been awarded to Cala Sant Vicent, Cala Llenya, Es Canar and Es Figueral. In Menorca, the award went to Cala en Porter, Son Bou and Cala Galdana.
Spain is the leader in the number of blue flags for beaches (627), followed by Greece and Turkey. Spain has 15% of the world’s blue flag beaches. And it is the third country in blue flags for marinas (97), behind the Netherlands and France.
In 2023, the Valencian Community is still the one that will receive the most blue flags: 153 (5 less than last year), followed by Andalusia with 148 (3 more than last year), Galicia with 125 (2 more than last year) and Catalonia with 120 (3 more than last year).