The beach of Sa Calobra is situated in the area Escorca, on the northwest coast of Mallorca, 38 kilometers from Soller in a spectacular bay surrounded by the mountains. The beach is situated at the mouth of the Torrent de Pareis river. This very small beach is formed of sand, gravel and pebbles with clear blue sea. There are no services on this beach, but just a few minutes of walk from this beach there is Sa Calobra bay where you can find a small village Sa Calobra and there are some restaurants and cafes. It is possible to reach the village by car or a boat. Near the Sa Calobra village, there is also another beautiful small sand beach where you can enjoy the sun and the clear blue sea before going to the Torrent de Pareis. Many people choose to reach the village by car because of its spectacular 15-kilometer curvy road designed by the Italian engineer Antonio Pavetti and built in 1932, known as Ruta de Sa Calobra with more than 900 meters difference in level. This very curvy road has more than 55 curves, bridges and the famous curve of 360 degrees named Nus de Sa Calobra (The knot of a tie). So if you do not suffer from motion sickness this is a great way to see some breathtaking landscape. It is the most famous climb route for cyclists on Mallorca, give it a look at http://inrng.com/2014/05/roads-to-ride-sa-calobra/ .