Es Trenc is one of the best-known beaches of the island of Mallorca due to its blue Caribbean waters and its bright sand stretching 2 kilometers along the south of the island. Located between the popular tourist complex of the Colonia de Sant Jordi, the wetlands of flat areas of Ses Salines – where some of the best salts of the Balearic Islands are produced – and Sa Ràpita, Es Trenc, which translates from Catalan as «cracking» , is a beach for nature lovers who know how to appreciate the feeling of isolation, wild beauty and warm climate.
Es Trenc is a quiet beach, although it attracts mainly young groups between 20 and 30 years, and families, but where you can also find older people. Water sports are scarce or nonexistent, and with a single main restaurant and several beach bars (the Mallorcan-style beach bar can serve informal but good food), there is not much offer in terms of restaurants or outdoor tourist activities. It has rental of chairs and umbrellas, some of them self-service, and has a lot of space to find a piece of sand to place your towel, but we strongly recommend that you bring an umbrella, as there is no protected shade area .