Transfer from the airport to Cala Ratjada

Solo se puede realizar reservas con más de 48H de antelación

Cala Ratjada awaits you

Cala Rajada is a town in the Spanish municipality of Capdepera, in the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is located in the northeast corner of the island of Mallorca, about eighty kilometers from the capital, Palma. It is the main coastal port and more developed in the district of Capdepera.
Cala Rajada is a very established resort and is included among the main tourist destinations on the island. It is a highly demanded destination by German tourists, this area has gained a good reputation among foreign tourists, a tourism in which the German language predominates.
Tourism started to land in these lands in the 1960s, before this Cala Rajada was a small fishing port. The original port still exists today, but it has become more of a tourist cruise destination than the fishing port it once was.

Cala Rajada is the closest point between Mallorca and Menorca, which is why Cala Rajada has played an important role in the economy of the island over the years. On clear days, from here it is not difficult to see the island of Menorca and the city of Ciudadella.
This area of Mallorca is famous for its rugged coastline, as well as for the many coves we find: Capdepera has 40 kilometres of spectacular coastline with beaches that are mostly Blue Flag quality awarded by the European Foundation for Environmental Education. Cleanliness and services on these beaches are important
The beaches located near the town are: La Pedruscada, Son Moll, Cala Rajada, Cala Gat, L’Olla, Cala Lliteres, Cala Agulla and Cala Moltó.
In addition to the beaches, the marina where fishing has been carried out, the Capdepera lighthouse and the March Palace, owned by the March family, are important.

According to the 2008 census it had 6124 inhabitants,1 although during the summer the real population increases considerably.
The municipality has a total of 78 hotels with a total of 1,528 beds, although these data also include the towns of Font de la Cala, Canyamel, Cala Gat and Cala Mesquida.2 All these tourist areas are called First Sun Mallorca, referring to the municipality’s easternmost position with respect to the island of Mallorca.3



Cala Ratjada 1

Book your hotel in Cala Ratjada now

We show you the hotels in Cala Ratjada so you can book your stay in Palma de Mallorca at the best price.

What to see in Cala Rajada

Capdepera Castle
Close to Cala Ratjada, it is a walled enclosure that surrounds the coast.

Tower of Canyamel:
From the 13th century, it is a museum to see in Cala Ratjada where you can see various exhibitions or even musical concerts.

Cap Vermell municipal building:
Where you can find an auditorium and exhibition rooms. In this building you can enjoy programmed shows.

Sa Torre Cega:
It is one of the three most significant monuments to see in Cala Ratjada, based on a square tower with three floors and a side tower.

Mirador Talaia de Son Jaumell:
This park is located on the watchtower, on the top of the hill with the same name, and where you can see a large part of the island.

Caves of Artá:
Prehistoric cave covered with impressive stalagmites and stalactites.

Most visited coves by our customers

WhatsApp Online