Cala Magraner is a gorgeous cove located some 3.8 kilometres from Cales de Mallorca, boasting a length of 60 metres and width of 80m. Well-known by the region’s local residents, tourists also know it as a perfect place for practicing climbing, while featuring white and golden-toned fine sand. The setting is shaped by high cliffs and abundant vegatation. It is not uncommon in this area for some foreigners and locals alike practice nudism thanks to the peace and tranquility offered by this beach.
In reaching this beach, you may opf for a hike and nice outing through various small coves, among them Cala Bota and Cala Virgili. Also, you may leave your vehicle by the road with a subsequent brief walk to the beach, or park it in the residential neighbourhood located in the direction of Felanitx and head towards Cales de Mallorca. We recommend bringing proper footwear for walking along with your sandles, for the walk to the beach.
As an unspoilt natural cove, it has no surrounding buildings nor implemented services available, resulting in a low amount of visitors. Nevertheless, anchoring and fishing are allowed in its calm and crystal-clear waters, thanks to its moderate waves, all of which, coupled with climbing options, make this an ideal place for a full-day of activities.
An ideal place for some down time, don’t you think?