Considered one of the most attractive parts of the island, Cala Ratjada is home to some magnificent beaches and beautiful forests.
Relax in Cala Ratjada
You’ll find a vast array of bars and restaurants to choose from around the harbour. A warm welcome is guaranteed and, with a focus on fresh, local produce, the dishes served up in Cala Ratjada’s restaurants are bursting with flavour.
Stroll along the promenade to Son Moll Beach, or continue to the smaller beach of Cala Gat where you can soak up the sunshine and laze on the golden sand. For those feeling adventurous, why not try your hand at some of the watersports on offer? Ride the waves on a jet-ski, have a go at windsurfing, or grab a snorkel and some flippers and explore the underwater world.
For some souvenir shopping visit the weekly town market which takes place on Saturday mornings at Placa del Pins. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Nearby Capdepera and Arta also have weekly markets where you are sure to find a keepsake of your holiday.
Highlights of the Area
If you want to see more of the area, simply hop in your hire car. Make the short drive to the “Jardins Casa March” where you’ll find beautiful gardens that overlook the harbour. Home to a fantastic collection of sculptures and offering stunning views, there’s plenty to admire.
The Cuevas d’Arta are another great attraction that can be easily reached by car. Book a guided tour and uncover the history of the mysterious underground cave systems.
Sporting enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Cala Ratjada is ideally situated to try out some of Mallorca’s best golfing greens. Capdepera, Canyamel, Pula and Son Servera all offer excellent courses for a range of abilities.