The resort of Cala Ratjada is located right at the most easterly point of the island of Mallorca. Its picturesque fishing harbour, its long walks along the sea front with plenty of terraces and restaurants and its very special location between the sea and forests of pine trees provide incredible contrasts within a very restricted geographical area.
The beaches and natural environment are very important in Cala Ratjada, which is home to the Marine Reserve of Llevant – the east coast reserve. The wide fields of posidonia sea-grass in this area provide the natural balance to safeguard the white sandy beaches and crystal-clear water. The ecological value of the pine forests in Cala Ratjada and the long beach at Cala Agulla prompted the Balearic Government to declare them ANEI (Natural Areas of Special Interest), while they also belong to Natura 2000, the European network for the protection of nature and biodiversity.
The success of Cala Ratjada as a tourist resort is not only due to its great beauty but also to the harmony existing between its spectacular natural environment, the survival of the essence of the original fishing hamlet and the quality of its wide scope of tourist attractions.
Cala Ratjada is a natural paradise, but it is also a paradise for holidaymakers. In addition to letting you enjoy the beaches at Cala Agulla, Son Moll, Cala Gat and Cala Lliteras or relax in a solitary little bay or one of the many secluded rocky corners to be found all round the coastline, the scope of cultural, sport and leisure activities on offer is genuinely spectacular. You will find a wide variety of restaurants, bars and night clubs, shops, markets, sports facilities, options for activity in natural surroundings... An incredible range of products designed to appeal to all our visitors at any season of the year.
Whether you are looking for a luxury 5-star hotel or a welcoming little hostel, Cala Ratjada has more than 60 locations so that you can choose the one best suited to your requirements.