Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Cala Ratjada Resort Majorca Spain

Cala Ratjada resort is in the municipal district of Capadepera. It is built on the small rocky peninsula on the extreme north east corner of the island which is approximately 65 kilometers’ from the capital Palma and Son Sant Joan international airport. Cala Ratjada Resort Airport Transfers.

Expected travel time from the airport grounds in to the Cala Ratjada resort could take anywhere between one and half hour to two hours of time.

Cala Ratjada Resort map

Majorca a Welcome Destination

Cala Ratjada has also played a very important part in the Majorcan economy. Despite being a well-established resort Brits recognized its identity in recent years.

Brief about Balearic Islands.

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Cala Ratjada Resort Beaches

Municipality of Capdepera has almost 42km of coastline and most of its beaches and coves have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag by the European Union for their cleanliness, facilities and water quality.

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The main beach in the town in the Cala Ratjada resort is Son Moll. C’an Picafort Resort Majorca Spain 

It’s not big beach but it gets crowded and noisy during the summer season. Further away you can find other beach at Cala Gat that’s even smaller than Son Moll just 50 m long and 25m wide.

Cala Ratjada resort Local Information

If you looking to explore more on the beach with privacy then just head to further north you can enjoy on different sandy beaches at Cala Guya, Cala Agulla or Cala Mesquida.

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Cala Ratjada resort is popular with French visitors but without doubt German tourist outnumbers anyone else in the resort.

This area is mostly renowned to be as being the German equivalent of Magalluf.

Compared to Magalluf and Palma nova, Cala Ratjada resort does change dramatically each year from the end of October to April of the following year.

Then it becomes popular for the older generation who likes to relax and take advantage of long winter sunshine break.

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