Location and contact: Campos Tourist Information Office Carrer de la Síquia, s/n.
This is a group of three beaches that make up an almost continuous coastline, solely interrupted by the little village of Ses Covetes.
The coastal space is unique in Majorca, with its dunes and protected areas and its rich biology, ecology and ethnography.
Web site: [email protected]'Arenal de sa Ràpita S'Arenal de sa Ràpita is 11 kilometres from Campos.
It is part of the Sa Ràpita coastal area, a village that is part of Campos.
On summer weekends, it is one of the most visited unspoilt spaces.
Es Trenc has fine, white sand, is almost flat, has a line of dunes separating the beach from the salt marshes and farmland, and a wetland behind it where 171 species of migratory and resident birds can be seen.
Sa Ràpita mainly consists of second homes belonging to locals and foreigners.
It is marked out by the Club Nàutic de sa Ràpita to the west and by the rocky part of Can Sordo to the east, which is a natural border with Es Trenc beach.
The entire sandy beach is approximately 6 kilometres long and links up Sa Ràpita, Ses Covetes and la Colònia de Sant Jordi.
Visiting hours and prices: Unrestricted and free-of-charge.
This is a peaceful beach located between Sa Ràpita and Es Trenc.