Cala Ratjada, one of Majorca’s essential towns to visit
Among the essential places to visit in Majorca, there is one that is almost a tradition to anyone who visits the island. This is the town od Cala Ratjada, in the municipality of Capdepera, on the northeast coast of Majorca, very close to Arta, the beaches of Son Servera and Canyamel and the famous Drach Caves.
The charm of Cala Ratjada resides in the fact that it is one of the few remaining fisherman towns. It is also a first class tourist resort, especially during the summer months, while the rest of the year the town and its people focus on their traditional routines and customs. Many of its people are in one way or another dedicated to the sea, leaving every day from the small harbour to sail the Mediterranean sea, in the area between Cala Ratjada and Minorca, bringing back some of the best fish available, that can later be enjoyed at one of the many restaurants along the seaside promenade.
Gastronomy is, in fact, one of the strong points of Cala Ratjada. You can find everything from charming cafes where to enjoy a delicious coffee on the seaside, as well as traditional restaurants of the highest category, to typical Italian and burger restaurants.
To enjoy the sun and the beach, this town in the northeast coast is unique. There are several beaches and sandy coves with hardly any waves making it ideal for families. An example is the beach of Son Moll and Cala Agulla, one of the most beautiful and pristine in this coastal area of Majorca. Close to Cala Agulla is precisely where our hotel in Cala Ratjada is located. The Prinsotel La Pineda hotel is ideal for a holiday in Majorca as it is close to everything you need.
Come and discover Cala Ratjada with Prinsotel and enjoy the best of Majorca at your leisure.