Free to Explore
On the north east of Mallorca, Cala Ratjada was originally a fishing village, and even to this day the resort's fisherman gather on the quay at the marina.
The marina and quay are hives of activity and have a variety of bars and restaurants, many of which specialise in fish and offer the local fishermen's catches of the day. It is even possible to take ferry from here to Menorca.
Cala Gat beach is small but highly picturesque, while the golden sands of the larger Son Moll Beach are peacefully overlooked by lush forests. Embrace a calming accessible holiday in Cala Ratjada.