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Port de soller - Playa d'en Repic. Jaime said def check out the town of Soller (and I've read the same). Should do this + Deia one day. It may even be nice to stay in this general region of Mallorca - away from tourists in Magaluf but close enough to get to Nikki Beach when we want to :-) (investigate further!)

The best beaches in the Balearic Islands

Formentor beach. Surrounded by the bustling town and port of Pollensa, this narrow, long strip of sand is lined with overhanging trees that provide perfect shade on days when the sun is a touch too hot. A small café is available for cold drinks, otherwise it's a boat-lovers paradise. Hikers should definitely rise before dawn for a climb through nearby gorge into Sa Calobra at sunrise

Dining: Deia is home to some top-notch restaurants, catering for the wealthy patrons that the village tends to attract. Michelin starred Es Raco D'es Teix has a marvellous setting above the village and offers modern yet classic Mediterranean cuisine. El Olivio in Hotel La Residencia is swanky. For exquisite local Mallorcan cuisine, try Sebastian. For more relaxed tapas dining, head to El Barrigon Xelini. Sa Fonda is the place to head to for pre/post dinner drinks; it's the locals drinking…

Northwest Mallorca: Soller, Deia, Valldemossa Guide - good description of the area. sounds really cute and we should visit, although probably not the best for beaches (but who knows?)

Playa de Muro Beach

Playa de Muro Beach - this could be a solid beach option for staying in the Pollenca / Alcudia area

Best beaches in Majorca, Spain: Cala Deià, near Sóller

The shingle beach near Sóller, on the Balearic Island of Majorca, is known as Cala Deià and is situated in a cove that is backed by rocky cliffs.