Home to a small, picturesque beach within a natural park, Cala Mondragó is one of the best places to discover the charm of the Balearics. Cala Mondragó Beach may be remote, but its supreme setting means that it’s an ultimate tanning spot. Snorkelling is especially popular here thanks to the almost-transparent waters, too.
Walk and watch
The area’s filled with luscious Spanish greenery and the clearest of clear waters, plus a smattering of cove-like beaches. There are many walks of varying difficulty for you to try. You might be lucky enough to see some rare tropical birds, as the Mondragó Natural Park is a favourite nesting spot...
Big on boats
Cala Mondragó is popular with private boat and yacht owners, so it’s got a dazzling beachfront to gawp at. Cala d’Or also lies close to Cala Mondragó – it’s home to many beaches of its own, as well as shops and restaurants, so you’ll be totally catered for!