Font de Sa Cala is a small and picturesque residential neighbourhood close to the tourist resort of Cala Ratjada. Enclosed in an area surrounded by thick pine forest on the left and with many green zones, it is a suitable venue for the tourist who is looking for quiet, relaxing holidays, with the added benefit of the pretty beach with its white sand and crystal-clear water. Very close by is also the little bay called Cala de n’Aladern, reached along a quite path by the sea.The name of Font de Sa Cala is due to its two freshwater springs, one which gave the place its name and the other which wells up in the sea, making the water here cooler and less salty. The location is connected to Cala Ratjada 3 km distant by a local bus service and the tourist “mini-train”.
What to see and what to do?
The area provides a wide range of water sports, a diving and windsurfing centre as well as a selection of cafés, restaurants, bars, supermarkets and souvenir shops.From the little resort of Font de Sa Cala you can take boat trips to the nearby beach of Cala Agulla, to the Caves of Artà or on the special pirate cruise for families with children. There are also golf courses in the vicinity as well as plenty of organised hikes and guided cycles tours, including the option of a visit to the medieval Castle of Capdepera.
Where to stay?
Font de Sa Cala provides a variety of options when it is time to choose somewhere to stay.