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Located on the East coast of Mallorca in the municipality of Manacor, the second largest municipality in Mallorca with a population of around 38,000, Cala Romantica is about 65 kilometres east of the Son Sant Joan International Airport and transfer time is about one hour.
Cala Romantica is one of three beautiful sandy beaches all with a kilometre of each other and all are capable of being reached by foot.
The other two beaches are Cala Mandia and Cala Anguila. All three are popular destinations for boat owners to ‘park up’ and enjoy the magnificent turquoise blue waters of this coastline.
The sea is calm and safe and ideal for water sports and diving enthusiasts.
Cala Romantica is one of the widest beaches with an area, measuring approximately 160 metres by 100 metres.
The beach at Cala Romantica is lined with sunbeds and parasols in the summer months, and pedalos can also be hired.
There are toilet and shower facilities on the beach and two restaurants which offer some much needed respite from the sun in summer.
Cala Romantica also enjoys the benefit of a car park at the back of the beach which makes it popular with day trippers, and notably local residents on a Sunday which can lead to a very crowded beach.
Just 7.5 kilometres north of Cala Romantica is the larger resort of Port Cristo and the famous Caves of Drach. They can be reached by a local bus or the mini train which runs from Cala Romantica to Cala Mandia and then on to Porto Cristo. It is a great way of seeing the area.
If you are out and about in Port Cristo keep your eyes peeled because you might just see tennis player Rafa Nadal who lives in the town and can often be seen kicking a football around on the beach with tourists in the Summer months, always assuming he has already been knocked out of a tournament that is!
If you enjoy walking you can walk across the headland on the south side of Cala Romantica towards the virgin cove of Cala Varques. It is a beautiful unspoilt area of Mallorca and is part of the Natur 2000 ecological network of protected areas in the European Union. It is a three kilometre walk along a path amongst scrubland but with great views out to sea along the way.
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