Spending time on this stunning piece of paradise is a quick way to enliven the senses. The view of the turquoise seas. The touch of the soft sand. The smell of lingering salt carried by the summer breeze. Cala Agulla is one of the most striking azure beaches of Mallorca, attracting visitors with mesmerizing scenery that makes you forget about mundane worries within seconds. Situated just 2km away from the scenic town of Capdepera, famous for its medieval sights, on the northeast coast of the Mallorcan island, Cala Agulla is a spot where you can enjoy a family-friendly day off in the most gorgeous natural setting.
Its cleanliness and appeal were confirmed by the Blue Flag status, while the variety of activity caters to visitors of all ages. Little ones will enjoy splashing in the tranquil waters, active sun worshippers can engage in numerous sea sports, while the sand dunes, pine trees, desert plants, and translucent waters will ensure photography lovers snap Instagram-worthy shots to share with followers. This calm cove flanked by verdant cliffs is arguably one of Mallorca’s most enchanting gems and provides a perfect untamed environment for snorkeling, swimming, paddle boarding, or kayaking. The possibilities are endless as this bay stretches over 500 m and encompasses everything one could hope to find on a charming Mediterranean beach.
The vicinity of a larger resort beach, Cala Rajada, is why you’ll spot a very international mix bronzing on the numerous sunbeds dotted on the shore. It does get somewhat busy on peak summer days, but the privacy of your own charter yacht will ensure you are not too bothered by the number of visitors that come to enjoy the beauty of this sandy jewel.
If you feel like stretching your feet a little bit, take a walk in the shade of the green pine trees or engage in an enticing volleyball match.
Several beach bars allow for a refreshing drink or a quick bite to eat, while the Pasta Pasta restaurant serves mouth-watering meals that will replenish you after vigorous marine activities.
Because of its pristine nature and dazzling beauty, Cala Agulla was proclaimed a Natural area of special interest in 1991 and remains one of the bucket-list destinations of the lovely Balearic island.