Cala Rajada, a privileged place in Majorca …for the many things that it has to offer you.
If you choose to spend your holidays there, you will get the chance to discover beaches & coves with a special enchantment:
- Cala Agulla & Cala Moltó in 1991 were declared a Nature Area of Special Interest by the Balearic Parliament. They are enclosed by large lush pine trees
- There is car parking available at a charge.
- Son Moll is a sandy & rocky beach located at the entrance to a residential estate in Cala Ratjada. It is located within a Marine Reserve.
- Cala Gat is a small, quiet beach with beautiful sand, surrounded by tamarinds and dwarf palms, inviting you to swim in its transparent water.
- Font de Sa Cala is located a couple of km from Cala Rajada. It is cosy and offers calm, shallow waters.
- Cala Mesquida was also declared a Natural Area of Special Interest in 1991. This broad, fine-grained sandy area, nestled among low rock formations, ends in a dune system – the Munt Gros dune, which is dotted with pine trees.
Another interesting option are the cultural visits that you can make without having to travel very far:
- Capdepera Castle is a fortress with a walled enclosure dating from the 14th century. It is strategically located, as it allows control of much of the north eastern part of Majorca and part of the north east coast of Minorca.
- Artà Caves are located on the maritime coast of Capdepera, in Cap Vermell, surrounded by mountains. They have been visited since ancient times.
- Canyamel Tower: within the municipal district of Capdepera, along the road leading to the coastal centre of Canyamel, this watch tower is one of the most important defence towers in Majorca, due to its age and good state of conservation.
You can discover all these interesting corners while staying at our exclusive hotel in Cala Rajada, the Protur Turo Pins Hotel *****! Let yourself be pleasantly surprised by its charm!