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Mallorca is not really well endowed with dunes. The island proudly offers a multitude of beaches, mostly sandy, but beaches with dunes, only few.

There are two stretches of dunes-y beaches, though, on the North East coast, called the Platja de Muro, and in the South, near Colònia de Sant Jordi, called Platja d’es Trenc.

In recent years the Mallorcan dunes have been declared Nature Reserves; they are now protected, some even cordoned off. A measure that might stop the 4×4 hooligans from ransacking a natural paragon.

The photo was taken on Platja d’es Trenc, near Sa Rapita, Mallorca, Spain. The date: December 25th, 2007. The time was 15:40:38.

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