Cala Sa Nau
Activities Beaches Countryside Culture Tips Trips

Cala Sa Nau

Rating Chart

0 average based on 0 ratings

  • Excellent
    0
  • Very Good
    0
  • Average
    0
  • Poor
    0
  • Terrible
    0
Ideal for snorkeling, this south-eastern Majorcan beach is the embodiment of exceptionality. It, alongside its clear blue waters can be found in between Cala d’Or and Protocolom.

We are talking about a small cove beach, only about 50 meters wide and 70 meters deep, surrounded by limestone cliffs. Popular among tourists and locals, this place is more about being in nature rather than being social. Thus, it’s not excluded to find some families as well.

White sand and crystal clear, blue water, this beach is an ideal destination for snorkeling and swimming. Actually, snorkeling is the only available sport around here. You can rent sunbeds and parasols for the day and a restaurant and local beach bar are awaiting for you.

Photo credits: taxiportocolom.com, calasanau.com, chicchoolee.com and holidayguru.ie

 

Food

Hotel

Restaurant

Tips

Photos

    Editor

    Hello there, dear traveler! 😃 I’m Aaron, a travel expert, photography enthusiast, blogger and World explorer. Uh, and the most important thing: I am head over heels in loved with everything that has to do with Spain's culture and civilisation in general, and with Majorca's ones in particular. I love to make other people inspired and motivated to travel, discover new things and live amazing experiences. Thank you for following me and I hope that everything I write will help and inspire you to live remarkable moments in your majorcan trips!

    You Recently Viewed ...

    Palma Cathedral

    Palma Cathedral, the gothic jewel of Mallorca

    Mallorca on foot: discover the largest island of the Balearic Islands

    Formentor – a highly recommendable experience

    Flying towards your next holiday destination?

    Mallorcan trips: tips and tricks

    Disqus shortname is required. Please click on me and enter it

    LEAVE A COMMENT

    My Mallorca Trips