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Cala Ratjada

Rainbow over Cala Ratjada

Cala Ratjada is one of the most popular resorts in the far north eastern part of Mallorca. It’s a former fishing village which has made the most of the wonderful, rough, rocky coastal area, and has transformed into a resort which now gets most of its income from tourism. The picturesque port of Cala Ratjada is the second largest fishing port on the island, after that of Palma. The port constitutes the lively center of the resort, with its swarming yachts, fishing boats and pleasure boats.

Beach Cala Agulla close to Cala Ratjada

Trips and Sporting Activities

Cala Ratjada offers many opportunities for short trips, as well as other sports, such as horse riding and golf. It goes without saying that the facilities for swimming and water sports are particularly outstanding. You’ll find a wide range of offers for sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, scuba diving, and snorkeling. Swimmers cannot ask for more than what they get on the great beaches in this area. While you’re there, you must stop at one of the most beautiful bays, the Cala Agulla, with its turquoise water and more than 600 m of fine sandy beach, surrounded by serene pine forests.

Coffee Shop in Cala Ratjada with nice harbour view

The Waterfront

The long promenade of Cala Ratjada, with its numerous hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars, is a particularly pleasant invitation for a nice long evening stroll. Late in the evening you’ll find a lot of parties going on here, and possibly make some friends. The Palau Juan March estate is quite an eye-catcher, and it used to house an open-air museum of contemporary art, whose works have now been taken to the Museum Palau March in Palma.

Over the hills of Cala Ratjada

Cap de Capdepera

A stroll through the pinewoods to the lighthouse at Cabo Capdepera, on the easternmost coast of Mallorca, is highly recommended. From there you have a wonderful view over the sea and the opportunity to experience the most fantastic sunrises, if you can get up that early. Cala Ratjada used to be a bit of a secret among travelers to Mallorca, and even now there are many opportunities for last-minute deals or cheap travel offers, such as Penny, Netto, or other booking companies that are ready to provide a bargain holiday for Cala Ratjada .

Before sunshine in Cala Ratjada

A Tip from

You can enjoy some delicious paella and Mallorcan suckling pig at restaurant Bon Sol, at Cala Ratjade, Carrer de l´Agulla N92.


Population: 6,124

Tourist Information

Cala Ratjada
Oficina Municipal de Turismo Cala Rajada - Capdepera
Avenida Cala Agulla 50
07590 Cala Rajada
+34 971 819467
+34 971 565256