Cala Ratjada Majorca Guide

People sunbathing on Cala Ratjada beach

A common destination for German tourists and the most eastern point in Majorca. Cala Ratjada is located 65KM from Palma, in the northeast. This tourist resort used to be a small fisherman’s village and still keeps some of its original feeling. From Cala Ratjada’s lighthouse you can enjoy beautiful sea views and on a clear day you can see Menorca on the horizon, making it a good starting point for excursions to Majorca’s sister island.

Cala Ratjada Coastline

This area of Majorca has an abrupt coast line covered with 40KM of coves and beaches, most of them awarded with the European blue flag, which indicates quality and services. Cala Ratjada’s coastline is a bird sanctuary and special protected coastal zone, which maintains it as a little paradise. The water is clear and blue and with some lovely areas for swimming and snorkelling.

Capdepera Golf Course

The golf course of Capdepera is home to archaeological findings of the region and it is well worth going for a visit, even if you do not fancy having a game of golf. Cala Ratjada also has some great bars and restaurants to make your holidays simply perfect.

Beaches

These beaches still keep an untouched feeling, peace and the sensation of nature as you can find pine trees on most of them. This way you can enjoy the pleasures of the resort, and also the pleasure of virgin beaches with basic facilities to really enjoy the time of your life.

The following beaches are in the area:

  • Son Moll – clean, soft sandy beach with lifeguard on duty
  • Sa Pedruscada – a secluded beach with a jetty to enjoy a dive, and ideal to sunbathe, have a drink and avoid sand
  • Sa Font de Sa Cala – fine sand white beach surrounded by pine trees with blue flag awarded
  • L’Olla – accessible only from the sea it is a tranquil area with clear water and impressive seabed
  • L’Alarden – small, tranquil stone beach with beautiful views
  • Es Carregador – very quiet stone beach with calm clear water surrounded by vegetation
  • Canyamel – The biggest sandy beach in the area with a small resort behind and regular boats excursions to be booked
  • Caló des Torrent des Morts – small cove of small stones and surrounding pine trees. It has a small jetty that keeps the water calm. Shaded during the afternoon and evening
  • Cala Rotja – two little pebble beaches with beautiful seabed for snorkelling
  • Cala Provençals – good beach if you fancy diving from high accessible cliffs. Make sure it is safe before jumping into the sea
  • Cala Moltó – sandy beach with clear clean water perfect for swimming and snorkelling
  • Cala Mesquida – quite a big beach with sand and numerous services to make your stay pleasurable. Ideal for going for a walk or a swim
  • Cala Lliteres – easily accessed small beach that has a lovely jetty ideal for sunbathing
  • Cala Agulla – lovely sandy beach accessed from Cala Lliteres with beautiful views of the open sea
  • Cala Gat – small cove, visited by locals with nice views and a beautiful sunset over the sea


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Cala Ratjada Majorca Guide
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Cala Ratjada Majorca Guide
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A guide to the Majorca resort of Cala Ratjada. Details of port, beaches and local facilities. Includes photos and map.
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