On this page is a list of excursions, tours and things to do in Cala Ratjada to help you to plan your Holiday.
Thanks to our experience and our local contacts, we have a wide range of excursions, tours and activities to do in Cala Ratjada: boat trips, sightseeing tours, the best attraction tickets, good value trips and many more.
Our first recommendation in Cala Ratjada is to take a walk through its harbour, which still retains its traditional character, giving the port its own unique charm. In Cala Ratjada's harbour you will find a mix of fishing boats, Mallorcan "llauts" and tourist vessels. From Cala Ratjada there is an endless number of full day boat trips, catamaran trips with lunch and glass-bottom boat trips of just a few hours around the bay. From Cala Ratjada there are boat and catamaran trips to hidden beaches, secluded coves and to the Llevant Nature Park. There is even a ferry which goes to Menorca and a sunrise catamaran tour that takes you to see dolphins in the wild. In the port of Cala Ratjada we also recommend choosing one of the harbour restaurants to have seafood while enjoying a great view of the port and the sea.
In Cala Ratjada there are numerous small beaches, in the resort itself and also around the resort. Sometimes a good idea is to rent a bike and let explore the surrounding so you can find some hidden gems. Some interesting places are Cala mesquida, Cala Torta or Cala Agulla.
In Cala Ratjada there is a great selection of hiking routes for those who like the outdoors. Over the last few years the Cala Ratjada Hotel Association and the town council have developed a programme to promote walking trails in and around Cala Ratjada to attract visitors out of high season. As a result there is a wider offering of treks for all levels from easy to difficult, from short to long. Two beautiful walks which are suitable for all levels are from Cala Ratjada to Font de sa Cala and from Cala Ratjada to Cala Mesquida.
Another point of interest in Cala Ratjada is the Torre Cega, a regoinalist-style building surrounded by large gardens, where there was once a watchtower. It now belongs to the Fundación March and on display is an important collection of comtemporary sculptures and splendid gardens.
For people that would like to visit other beaches or coves in the area we suggest Son Moll or Cala Gat, neither of which are far from Cala Ratjada. Otherwise, 15 minutes away is the breathtaking cove of Cala Agulla with a gorgeous sandy beach and crystal clear waters. Combine a walk with a swim at the beach with a visit to Cala Mesquida or Font de sa Cala.
Just on the outskirts of Cala Ratjada we find its lighthouse, which is also worth a visit and can be reach on foot or by car from Cala Ratjada and is especially noteworthy for its excellent panoramas.
Two of the most interesting villages close to Cala Ratjada and well worth a visit are Arta and Capdepera. Arta has a very interesting weekly market on Tuesday, and Capdepera is home to one of Mallorca's castles.
From Cala Ratjada it is not difficult to explore other parts of the island as we offer lots of excursions from Cala Ratjada to the main tourist attractions and the best sights of the island, including the Caves of Drach, Formentor, Valldemosa or Palma, amongs others. Two of the most popular tours from Cala Ratjada are the tour to the Caves of Drach and the trip to Soller and Calobra. In the last years, there has been a high demand for the trip to Formentor as it combines a boat trip, cabrio bus and the visit to Alcudia market.
All trips are excellent value for money and they include pick up from hotels in Cala Ratjada. Apart from tours to explore Mallorca's highlights, we also have lots of other suggestions. Browse through the selection of tours above for more information.
Cala Ratjada does not have a water park but there are coach and entrance packages daily in high season from Cala Ratjada to the main Mallorca water parks, where families can have an amazing day sliding down the many slides and splashing in the wave pool.