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Cala Mesquida

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Discover the best beaches and coves close to Cala Mesquida

A few minutes away from Ciutadella you can find endless white sand beaches or small, secluded and solitary coves. Activities for children and adults, with restaurants and leisure areas, or quiet zones to get lost on virgin and deserted beaches.

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Playas en Cala Mesquida

  • Playa de Son Moll

    An idyllic sandy area where you can soak up the Majorcan sun and cool down in its waters.


  • Sa Pedruscada

    A small pebbled beach with a seabed very attractive to snorkelling enthusiasts.

  • Playa Sa Font de sa Cala

    There is a freshwater spring nearby. There is another submarine one, which causes the closest sea water to be colder and less salty.

  • N’Aladern

    A small sandy area frequented by locals, away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby Cala Ratjada.

  • Es Carregador

    A picturesque group of four small secluded beaches with remnants of the fishing activity that used to take place before the tourism boom.

  • Playa de Canyamel

    A medium-sized sandy area kissed by the sun and washed by turquoise waters.

  • Cala Rotja

    Rocky beach, especially attractive to underwater world lovers; at a depth of seven metres there is a cave.

  • Cala n’Aguait o Caló des Beato

    A small, concealed and peaceful sandy area.

  • Cala Lliteres

    A rocky cove with a seabed full of treasures.

  • Cala Moltó

    A small unspoilt area away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy beaches, declared an Area of Special Interest.

  • Cala Gat

    A small sandy area surrounded by palmettos and indigenous vegetation, and waters that are an open invitation to swimming.

  • Cala Auberdans

    Also known as “Cova dels Albardans”, a small sandstone slope opening into the sea in a V shape.

  • Cala Agulla

    Fine sandy beach, easy to access by car, although it can also be reached after a pleasant walk from Cala Mesquida.

  • Cala Mesquida

    A sandy area in a Natural Park surrounded by a spectacular dune system.