If you’re looking for an idyllic place to moor in and take a break to swim on pristine waters, Cala s’Almunia is the perfect place for you. The glittery seas are surrounded by rugged cliffs that create a spectacular scenery, with stunning nature and verdant pine trees that add to the overall allure of this mesmerizing spot.
Situated near the southern tip of Mallorca, just 5 km away from the city of Santanyi, this small town consists of just 40 houses and is famous for its lovely beach that shares the same name of the town, but is sometimes referred to as Es Maquer. The little beach is only 10 meters long and 30 meters wide, yet has great variety to satisfy sun worshipers of all tastes. Rocky outcroppings adorn the azure coast, but if you prefer to feel the soft sand under your feet, the area of fine gravel will please your needs.
If you’d like to marvel at the lush aquatic life, don your diving and snorkeling gear and surrender to the charms of wild nature at its best.
This untamed bay offers a perfect opportunity for calm summer rest, as there’s very little to distract you from the striking nature. Not even a restaurant in sight, just endless views of enchanting scenery.
If you’re in the mood to stretch your feet, take a long walk and soak in the vistas. There’s an enjoyable 8 km path if you’d like to visit the more popular beach Calo Des Moro, and then continue to visit Ses Salines, a picturesque town praised even by the Ancient Romans for its production of sea salt.
Yet, most who discover this hidden bay prefer to admire its beauty and take refreshing dips in its translucent sea, sipping on the finest rose from at the comfortable foredeck of their yacht. Make sure you charge your camera and take a few shots of this unforgettable oasis.