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Platja Brismar
Ses Bassetes
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Type of beach sand
Platja Brismar also known as Ses Bassetes

Platja Brismar o ses Bassetes is situated at five kilometres from Andratx and is located in the interior of the bay of the port. This very small triangular sandy area is situated at between the breakwater and the sea promenade of Port d‘Andratx (calle Almirall Riera Alemany) and it is the only beach which has fine-grained sand.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. You can park your car for free in the surroundings of this beach. You can also reach this beach with the public transport. The nearest bus stop is located next to the beach.

In Port d‘Andratx there has been an enormous development, aswell as an important touristic activity, but you can still see the beauty and attraction characteristics of these vertical, steep and abrupt cliffs which lead until Cap de sa Mola. All this is surrounded by residential houses and thick pine trees.

The fishing port and the marina are a huge natural sea inlet which is quite sheltered, although the navigator has to be very careful and keep an eye on the sea currents as a result of the surrounding mountains, aswell as the fish farm in the interior.

From here you can reach La Trapa (a finca of the GOB which belonged to the trapense order established in Majorca after the French Revolution), Cala d‘Egos or Puig d‘en Garrafa walking.
These characteristics explain that the beach is not very crowded by local visitors and tourists.

Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Andratx
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Municipality information Andratx

The municipality of Andratx is situated at the western end of Majorca, where the Serra de Tramuntana has the lowest mountains (Moleta de s'Esclop, 928 metres) and the coast is characterized by the small coves and high cliffs (up to 300 metres high), with valleys in the interior. The origin of the name is uncertain (four possibilities, celtic, arab, latin or catalan).

The big ecologic richness of this territory explains that 95 percent of the extension is protected by law, with sa Dragonera, the small island with the biggest extension of the Balearic Islands (2,88 hectares, 3,7 kilometres long, na Pòpia, a hill of 353 metres and natural reserve since 1995), la Trapa (Zona de Especial Protección para las Aves) and the agricultural valleys of Andratx, s'Arracó and Camp de Mar (Áreas Naturales de Interés Paisajístico).

The coastal area in rich in very old and medieval shipwrecks. King Jaume I d'Aragó and his troop anchored between sa Dragonera and Sant Elm on the 7th of December 1229, three days before conquering Majorca. Between the 15th and the 17th centuries it suffered pirate attacks. Port d'Andratx was the most important Spanish port infrastructure in the 19th century, for the transport of soap toward the mainland and America. The construction and the tourism lead the economy since the end of the seventies of the 20th century.

Its cultural variety includes Molins de sa Planeta, towers So na Gaiana and Sant Carles, Son Orlandis, Son Bosc, Son Mas.
The municipality has 12 beaches.
Main technical data
  • Length of the beach: 
    30 meters
  • Type of access: 
    For pedestrians
    For vehicles
    For boats
  • Average width: 
    17 meters
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