A small quier sandy beach, surrounded by tamarinds and little mallorcan palmtrees, invites you to swim in the crystal clear water. 0.6 nautical miles (1km) away is th Yacht Club Cala Ratjada.
To get to the beach, just follow the signs Faro ( lighthouse ) and Cala Gat
Its size might be larger or smaller depending on the sea currents and the moment of the year: if the wind blows from the west, the swell makes the beach grow, whereas if it blows from the east or north, the opposite happens.
It is located of the easternmost point of the island mallorca. Build 58m above sea level in the year 1861. Of its base you have incredible viws over Cala Ratjada and Capdepera, northbound you can see tha Island Menorca. Next to the lighthouse you find the tower “Torre Esbucada“ which was a defensive tower in the eighteenth century.
Wachtower build up against pirate attacks. In the year 1911 they rebuilt it to today’s Palace March. The wealthy family made a museum out of it , which you can visit. Especially worth mentioning are the gardens in which the architect Gabriel Alomar Esteve ( 1910 – 1997 ) took his impact. He was very fafamiliar with the Italian Gardens and worked in a lot of estates from the March family.