On the southwest coast of Mallorca in the Balearic Sea, the snorkeling at Cala is well known for it pebble beach with clear waters. It is a 35 minute drive from Palma, and the best parking is at the Beach Club Gran Folies.
Located south of Barcelona off the coast from Valencia, the island of Mallorca is known for its clear waters with good visibility. While snorkeling in Mallorca, you may encounter sea turtles, stingrays, perch, barracuda, scorpionfish, parrotfish and octopus among the anemones and soft corals.
To reach the Mallorca Island snorkeling, fly directly into Aeroport de Palma (PMI) from one of many international cities. The airport is located about 8km to the east of the main city of Palma. The capital city of Palma makes a great base for exploring the Mallorca snorkeling sites.
Overall, Cala Llamp is the 14th most popular snorkel dive spot of all 20 snorkeling dives in Spain.