Cala Ratjada is the main port of Capdepera, east of Mallorca, its tip may be able to see the island of Menorca.
The coastline of Cala Ratjada has a very jagged coastline and numerous beaches, with almost all the blue flag, among which are to be seen Cala Mesquida and Cala Agulla.
Cala Mesquida is 300 meters long and is cut across by impressive dunes, the fruit of the north wind from the Serra.
The dunes reach into the water, an expanse that is up to the pine forest behind the beach.
The cove can be reached from Port de Alcudia on foot, crossing the nearby Cala Agulla and pine forest, within which there are indications.
The place has all the coast guard, rental of umbrellas and deck chairs.
There is also a security service very attentive.
Cala Agulla is, however, almost 600 meters long and has fine sand, sandy bottoms and moderate waves.
Since there are very clear directions that the report proves to be one of the most popular beaches of Mallorca.
It has a parking fee.
In 1991 she was declared a Special Natural Area.
Map of Cala Ratjada