Cala des Pou Beach

The nearest beach to the villa is Cala des Pou, you can follow signs from the marina, this is a quiet beach with a great view, there is a small shop on the beach selling drinks and snacks and if you are staying for the day you may want to take a picnic with you.

Cala Mondrago Beach

If unlike us, you are not pool lovers and fancy a day at the beach Cala Mondrago is a small blue flag beach situated within Mondrago National park in the South East corner of Majorca approx. a 10-minute drive from the villa.

Cala Gran Beach

Cala Gran is the biggest and deepest of the beaches in Cala d’Or. It measures 40 metres in length and is around 100 metres deep. The sand is soft, fine and white which makes a wonderful contrast with the clear blue sea. Like Cala Ferrera, it has been built up and there are bars and restaurants at the edge of the sand. Sunbeds and parasols are also available, and there is a play area for children situated at the back of the beach. Showers and toilets are available and there is a ramp for the disabled or those with a pushchair.

Cala d’Or Beach

Cala d’Or is the last bay in the southern part of the resort. The beach here is located at the end of a narrow inlet in a small bay which means you don’t get to see the open sea from the beach, you will have a short walk in the water to go for a swim. The sand is soft, fine and golden and the cove is sheltered so the sea is nice and calm for children. It’s surrounded by hotels and apartments but some are fairly concealed by pine trees so it feels less built up than it actually is. The beach is equipped with parasols and sunbeds as well as showers and toilets and. There is a bar at the back of the bay.

Cala Ferrera Beach

Cala Ferrera is bigger and deeper than neighbouring Cala Serena, it has hotels and restaurants just beside it. The beach offers parasols, pedalos, sunbeds and a bar as well and lifeguards and even a masseuse. The water here is a beautiful turquoise colour and is calm due to the protective surrounding rocks which also makes for good snorkelling conditions.

Cala Serena Beach

Cala Serena is the most northerly beach in Cala d’Or but only by 300m. This is a small sandy bay with rocky edges that keep the water calm. There are no bars, restaurants, shops or even lifeguards but these surroundings make it prettier than it’s neighbour Cala Ferrera and it is far more natural. Some of the diving schools in the area use Cala Serena as a pick-up and drop off point for diving  excursions so it’s a good place to relax between dives

Ca la Esmeralda

Cala Esmeralda is slightly more central to the resort of Cala D’or. It is surrounded by apartments and hotels. The beach itself is small, only 25 square metres, and a beautiful place to enjoy the sun so it can become quite busy. The water is an amazing blue-green colour and the long thin cove shelters it from the wind and keeps the water calm and clear. You will find showers and toilets here as well as a bar and restaurant.

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