Home to a small beach within a natural park, Cala Mondrago is one of the best places to discover the charm of the Balearics. Cala Mondrago Beach may be remote, but its supreme setting means that it’s a top 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 Mondrago Natural Park is a favourite nesting spot...
Big on boats
Cala Mondrago 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 Mondrago – it’s home to many beaches of its own, as well as shops and restaurants, so you’ll be totally catered for!