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Also, it introduces the potential hazard of large numbers of scooters and mopeds driven by excitable young people.However, June, early July and September are the months to stay, where you can enjoy all of its qualities without the crowds, where you will discover that naturism is widely practised. There are few cultural or historical attractions to see.This unfortunately, means that camping is prohibited.Accommodation is mainly provided by both rented houses and hostals (family-run independent businesses),though there are two big Spanish hotel complexes on the Migjorn beach.This is a long broad sandy beach stretching to nearly 5 km from the island of Espalmador in the north to Es Pujol in the south. This is one of the places on the island where you can apparently get in touch with its hippy past.Platja de Migjorn is situated on the southern coast and at 6km, is the longest beach on the island.

Its appeal lies in escaping the heady pace of the modern world.

You will be doing this in serene surroundings of sparkling clear waters and fine sandy beaches all under azure blue skies.

La Savina, the island’s port, and your point of entry, is a constant hive of activity as the island attracts a large number of sailors, including a dazzling display of Super Yachts.

However, this fame attracts the day trippers from Ibiza and the Super Yachts.

It can become very packed and in the peak season becomes predominately a clothed beach.

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