The location of Sa Calobra is fairly isolated on the northwest coast of the island and, although most locals speak of only one beach, there are actually two. The 'official' one is located between the rocks at the end of the river Torrent de Pareis, whereas the more unofficial one is located just outside the town in the Calobra bay.
Both beaches in Sa Calobra are small, but beautiful. They consist of areas of sand, gravel and stone with very clear, azure-coloured water.
Sa Calobra isn't very child friendly, because the water quickly becomes quite deep and has a lot of stones. In addition, you have no possibility to rent equipment for various water activities; however, you'll find many cliffs to go snorkeling by.