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Cala Mondrago: things to do, excursions and tours


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Best Things to do in Cala Mondrago on your holidays

Cala Mondrago is one of the most beautiful beaches in the East of Mallorca, located in the extreme southeast of the island. It stands out for its environment, nature, and for being a natural area of special interest. In fact, Cala Mondrago enjoys protection as a Natural Park of Mallorca and Spain. Around Cala Mondrago there are a few hotels, although it is a very quiet place, which has no resemblance with other tourist resorts situated nearby. From Cala Mondrago there are many things to do and places to visit, and a lot of organized excursions to different tourist attractions.

Spend a Day at the Playa Amarador Beach

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. 

Playa de S'Amarador is one of Mondrago's beautiful coves located ten minutes walk from the ample car park. It is a great beach spot to set up for the day, with amazing views, rocky areas to explore, soft sand to relax on and amenities such as beach bar and life guard.

Enjoy a Boat Trip in the Area

You can enjoy a boat trip on the east coast of the island from Cala Mondrago, seeing the wonderful landscape of this part of Mallorca. A great sailing trip in the area takes you to the best spots along this part of the coast, allowing you to enjoy Cala Mondrago's beautiful coves from a different perspective as well as discovering other little-known beauty spots on the same coast. The sailling tours take place on a modern sailboat and include captain and crew, food and drinks and equipment to use such as snorkel equipment, kayak or stand-up paddle.

Another interesting option is to drive to Colonia de San Jordi to enjoy the popular boat trip to the National Park of Cabrera, visiting the island, its castle, enjoying a swim in its waters and the Blue Cave.

Hiking in the Nature Park

Walkers will enjoy the Natural Park of Cala Mondragó, which offers numerous treks along the coast, showing the wilderness of this area of the island. This 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 at the National Park information center, they offer more information about them. All the trails are perfectly marked, and are easy to follow. This constitutes a great day out in Mallorca.

Visit the towns around Cala Mondrago

The surroundings of Cala Mondragó offer many things to see and do. The visit to the town of Santanyi is highly recommended: it is a beautiful town with charming streets to explore, shops, art galleries, and nice squares to stop for a drink. Every Saturday there is a busy market where you can do some of your shopping in Mallorca.

Other recommendations in the surroundings are Colonia de Sant Jordi where you can visit the Es Trenc saltworks or the Ses Salines lighthouse.

Book an excursion by coach and with a guide

Other activities in Cala Mondrago are to join some of the excursions that are offered to different tourist attractions and places in Mallorca such as the Caves of Drach, Formentor, Soller or Palma, among other destinations. These mentioned destinations are some of the most popular tours departing from the hotels in Cala Mondrago, which allow you to visit and get to know the island of Mallorca better. You will have the service of a local, knowledgeable guide who will be able to share great information with you, making you experience all the richer.

Take the Bus to go Explore Cala Figuera

Cala Figuera is another excellent option to visit, it is a small fishing port that has a peculiar charm, and whose visit can combine with a meal at one of its great fish restaurants. Just hop on a bus from Cala Mondrago and enjoy the half hour or so ride. Cala Figuera is a small coastal town formed from the opening of two torrents that form a port in the shape of a Y. There are some hotels, a beautiful beach and tourist facilities. 

Cala figuera is not a large place and nor does it have a great deal of tourist development. For this reason, on a popular holiday island, it is the ideal place to find peace and tranquility. The village has just 600 inhabitatants and makes a great place for a day out.

Visit the weekly market in Santanyí

If you are staying in Cala Mondrago, your closest weekly market is in Santanyí and takes place every Wednesday and Saturday. The market takes place in the centre of town and there are plenty of bars and cafes around where the local people stop for breakfast or brunch once they have all their shopping. You can find stalls selling local and seasonal produce as well as stalls aimed at tourists with gifts and souvenirs. Santanyí Market is also a great place to find local and artisanal products such as: Artisanal food of Mallorca like cheese, oil, wine, sobrassada, olives; crafts such as ceramics, wooden articles, decoration; leather and footwear; and unusual gifts.

Go to Cala Dor

Cala Dor is a very popular and pretty tourist resort and is worth a visit from Cala Mondrago. It is about 15 minutes by car. Cala Dor is a sun, sea and sand beach destination and therefore one of the most important highlights will be to enjoy some of its beaches. On this stretch of five kilometres of coastline you will find many coves, such as Cala Sa Nau, Cala Mitjana (small and difficult to access), Cala Serena, Cala Gran or Cala Esmeralda. Take a stroll around Cala Dor and visit the marina, whose site was originally an old boat shelter and where the marina was built in 1970, which has numerous nautical services, a shopping area and numerous restaurants.

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