S’Almonia is a place name that generally refers to both Es Maquer and S’Almonia, two coves sitting opposite one another that make up one of the most authentic beauty spots in Mallorca, and are close to a third cove, Es Caló des Moro. It is impossible to reach shelter here in a large vessel, but it is worthwhile anchoring outside and coming in by tender to these inlets with crystalline waters and a seabed with a wealth of fish, an excellent place for practising snorkelling. Cala S’Almonia is a small jetty carved out by the action of the sea and the wind on the rock. Caló des Moro, which is about 40 m long by 20 m deep, is a pristine beach of fine, white sand, flanked by high walls populated with pine trees, shrubs and mastic. The absence of services for tourists lends even greater exclusivity to this enclave.