In La Victoria, a unique natural setting, with a splendid view over Formentor and the Bay of Pollensa, you'll find a little grey pebble beach with a double arch shape130-metre long and 15-metre wide.

S'Illot is the name of this beach, named after the little islet (Illot in Catalan) that protects this place from the northern wind, the Tramuntana. It's a marvellous place to do canoeing, snorkelling and scuba diving because of its fanciful seabed and those green shades of the water. There's a charming picnic area within a few metres with chairs, tables and grills.


- Area: Cabo Pinar
- Type: Thick sand
- Services: Easy access, easy parking, open air bars
- Occupation: Medium


By car, on foot, by bike
- Departing from Alcúdia take the Camí del Mal Pas for 2km.
- At the roundabout, follow straight on until you get to the Cocodrilo marina.
- Turn right and follow the Camí Vell de la Victòria for 4 km.
- You can park in any of the two car parks you'll find at both sides of the road.


From Alcúdia, take Bus Line 356B (From April to October) until Puerto Deportivo Cocodrilo.