Cape on the northern coast of Mallorca (Alcúdia), at the end of the peninsula des Pinar, which separates the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença. Along the perimeter of the peninsula of Cap des Pinar the coast is rough and rugged, with prominent cliffs in some places. From the sea, you can see a cozy and flirtatious corner of fine sand surrounded by lush and beautiful pine trees. Among them, a small cove (sa caleta des capità), barely 25 metres long and 20 metres wide, appears half hidden. The waters of Cabo Pinar are of blue-green tones and invite us time and again to take a dip and enjoy this idyllic and natural corner in the middle of the Mediterranean.