Ca los Camps, a prehistoric port, Mallorca

This coastal corner is the result of the mouth of the Torrent dels Cocons (which comes from the comellar with the same name) and the marine erosion which has formed a v-shaped sea inlet of fossil dune. This beautiful virgin beach has a quite gentle slope, pebbles, a stony ground and the presence of tamarisks next to the coastline.

There are also some escars (dry docks) and a defense place from machine-gunning during the Civil War. From this cove on, the coast has less vegetation and becomes steeper.
This beach is located between the village of Betlem and Colònia de Sant Pere. In a forest nearby, which you can reach walking on the trail which is parallel to the coast and passing the possessió (rural finca) Son Mascaró toward west, you will find the prehistoric Talaiots de Can Pa amb Oli (“bread with oil” is a typical majorcan dish made of a piece of bread with tomato on in and a bit of olive oil).


Ca los Camps, a prehistoric port, Mallorca



Start out from calle Santa Margalida which becomes carretera Artà-Port d’Alcúdia (Ma-12) on the outskirts of the municipality. Follow this road until the junction of Ma-3331, where you have to turn right to go onto this road. Stay straight toward the village of Colònia de Sant Pere. Turn left onto calle Major street of Colònia. Pass the coastal village and then turn left onto the third street. Stay straight until you reach the coast, where you have to turn right. Follow this street until the end. Here you can look for parking and reach this beach.


Distance: 14,5 – km. Time: 18 minutes. – Length of the beach: 100 m.

Ca los Camps, a prehistoric port, Mallorca Ca los Camps, a prehistoric port, Mallorca