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Cala Barca and Cala Romani are two beautiful coves that we find on the east coast of Mallorca around which we find some hotels for tourists visiting Mallorca. Due to this tourist nature, Cala Barca and Cala Romani offer different activities to do and places to visit, and organized excursions to different tourist attractions of Mallorca.
Without a doubt, our first recommendation is to enjoy the beach. Both Cala Barca and Cala Romaní are beautiful sandy coves, enclosed by rocky heights, so they are ideal for relaxing, sunbathing, swimming or snorkelling. Cala Barca is a small beach and there is a large hotel nearby, the Iberostar Club Cala Barca, so it can get quite crowded in summer. However, it is a great beach on which to spend the day: the water is shallow and nice to swim in, there are services such as life guard, facilities and showers, you can rent kayaks and weave your way around the rocky coastline, and the views are marvellous.
From both bays there is a wide range of excursions and tours which will take you to visit and discover some of the most touristic sites in Mallorca, such as water parks, the Caves of Drach, Palma, the north of Mallorca with Formentor and Alcudia ...
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Both Cala Romani and Cala Barca are located near places of interest, and there are many options to plan a day visiting the area. Among the nearby towns, we have those of Felanitx, Santanyi, Ses Salines or Colonia de Sant Jordi, from where the boat trip to the neighbouring island of Cabrera departs. Near Felanitx we find the Puig de San Salvador with its monastery, from where we have fantastic views of the island. Another recommended visit is the Castle of Santueri.
If you want to enjoy the sea, from both beaches there is a boat excursion service to travel along the coast, aboard a glass bottom boat with underwater vision. Explore the rocky coast and enjoy marvellous views. This boat trip is a great way to discover new coves and beaches. It is a great family excursion, as it has something for everyone: underwater viewing through the glass panels in the bottom of the boat for the kids; amazing views and total opportunity to relax for the adults; and for those who want to jump off the boat into the deep, cool, crystal clear water, there is a brief stop for swimming at one of the gorgeous coves.
The Club Cala Barca Hotel has it all and is in the ideal location for a fun-packed and yet relaxing holiday in one of the Mediterranean's beauty spots.
The Iberostar Club Cala Barca resort is massive and could easily fit more than 10 football pitches in its grounds. It boasts 8 swimming pools, 4 of them for children with a pirate ship, a new ball pool, paddle tennis, diving club, and endless activities for children and teens.
The Cala Barca beach is a mere few metres from the hotel and Mondragó Natural Park, less than five minutes away.
Cala Mondrago and the Mondrago Nature Park are a great way to spend a day of your holidays, or maybe two days. The beach at Cala Mondrago is an ideal place to relax, swim, sunbathe and snorkel. Cala Mondrago is made up of two coves with fine sand and crystal waters, which are connected to each other and the natural park by a pretty path, both of which make a great beach spot to spend a day of your holidays. The Mondrago Natural Park is one of the most beautiful natural areas in Mallorca and the visitor centre offers lots of information about flora, fauna and in particular about the migratory birds that visit the park annually. There are four self-guided trails in Mondrago and they are easy to follow and well signposted.
Just down the road from Cala Barca is Porto Petro, which offers a nice evening out for dining, with a variety of good restaurants. From Irish Pubs to typical tapas restaurants, and everything in between, you can get a great meal at Porto Petro and you will always find a busy, yet laidback atmosphere. For an excellent paella, try Es Celler - booking is essential. For a guaranteed excellent meal in the most romantic setting, try Norai Restaurant on the harbour, specialising in high quality meat and seafood.