Tucked away on the northwest coast of Mallorca, Cala Tuent is a serene, secluded beach that offers breathtaking views of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, including its towering peak, Puig Major. Despite its proximity to the bustling Cala Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis, Cala Tuent maintains a peaceful ambiance, attracting fewer tourists as it's off the beaten path of tourist buses. This beach is a rare find along the stunning, mountainous UNESCO world heritage landscape, making it a unique beach experience. It's no surprise that Cala Tuent is ranked among the top 20 beaches in Mallorca.

Stretching over 100 meters, the beach is adorned with pebbles and gravel. The sea, pristine and transparent, oscillates between shades of light green and blue, depending on the season and weather. It's a favored spot for locals and tourists seeking a tranquil beach experience. However, it might not be the best choice for families with young children due to the long journey, pebbled sand, and lack of facilities. There are no eateries or snack bars on the beach, so if you're planning to spend the day, remember to pack your own food and drinks. While there are no water sports rentals at Cala Tuent, the serene bay is perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Cala Tuent is nestled halfway between the traditional towns of Sóller and Pollensa in an area known as Escorca.