The Balearic Islands are home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain, so it’s no wonder why the biggest island of Mallorca has become one of Europe’s hottest destinations in recent years. Despite the hordes of tourists roaming Mallorca, Cala Llombards is a spot that hasn’t yet caught on. Located near the small village of Es Llombards, the secluded cove beach is tiny at just 55 meters in length and surrounded by pine trees and bushes. Once you’re there, however, it’s hard not to marvel at the dramatic rocky cliffs, steep drops, and deep waters – all the right ingredients for cliff jumping. Even if you’re not the thrill seeking type, Mallorca’s postcard scenery climb to the top of the cliff alone will leave you breathless.