Beaches > Cala Ratjada

  Cala Ratjada is situated in the north eastern part of Mallorca, 60 kilometres north east of Palma and the airport. It comprises a marina, harbour and promenade. Tourism in this fishing port began in the 1960s and today there are lots of souvenir shops, cafes, bars, discos and beer gardens.
The resort is especially popular with German tourists but suits both young and old as it has activities both day and night to suit all ages. In the winter, it is popular with older couples seeking winter sunshine.
The main beach is that of Son Moll which is a short stretch of sand backed by a busy promenade. It can get very busy and shelves steeply.

Photos Cala Ratjada Beaches

Beaches of Cala Ratjada


  This beach of golden sand, which is 650 m long and 100 m wide, faces south east; there is a car park next to the beach. Despite being in a tourist resort, this beach does not get very crowded.
Services: restaurants; lifeguards; showers; sun loungers, pedal boats and parasols for hire.

Sa Font de Sa Cala

  This beach, which is 110 m long and 35 m wide, is located in a quiet and luxurious residential area, with some hotels around; plenty of shade is provided by a pine grove, which covers some sand banks at the left-hand side of the beach. The translation of the name of this beach is ´The Spring of the Cove´, which comes from the spring from which water flows on the right side of the beach.


  This little beach, which is 60 m long and 15 m wide, can be seen from the shore at Sa Font de Sa Cala beach as you look towards the left.

Son Moll

  This beach, which is 175 m long and 35 wide, is surrounded by hotels and apartments. It´s located in the centre of Cala Rajada, where a promenade along the coast which runs towards the fishing port begins.

Cala Gat

  This cosy beach, which is 70 m long and 20 m wide, is located in a residential area; it is well integrated into the landscape, as most of the vegetation from the pine grove that surrounds it has been preserved. The tamarinds near the shore will protect you from the sun at midday. The promenade that begins at Son Moll, passing by the port of Cala Rajada, ends here.

Cala Agulla

  This beautiful beach, which is 600 m long and 60 wide, has fine white sand and a thick pine grove at the back. It´s located at one end of Cala Rajada, with most of the right end of the shore built up with hotels and apartments. It is easy to get here, as it is well signposted from Capdepera and Cala Rajada. There is a parking area, which you have to pay to use. Many local people come here to have lunch under the shade of the pine grove, especially at the weekend.

Cala Moltó

  This unspoilt beach, which is 30 m long which has a rocky shore and seabed, is also known as S´Agulló. It´s located next to Cala Agulla, and can be reached from here by walking along the coast towards the north. Walking along the shore from here, if you follow the track that goes into the pine grove, you will reach Cala Mesquida.

Cala Mesquida

  Is a beach 550 m long and 150 m wide, with the most active and spectacular series of sand dunes on Mallorca and a pine grove at its backside.



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