Cala Agulla is a beautiful Blue Flag golden sand beach surrounded by glorious pine forests and the mountains of Llevant Natural Park.
At Cala Agulla, the sand is fine and the sea is clear and shallow. The largest beach on the eastern tip of the island, it measures around 500 metres long and averages a depth of 50 metres. You can rent sun beds and parasols while lifeguards operate on the beach and there are toilets available.
It is (of course!) popular during the summer months and attracts both tourists and locals. Beach volleyball is popular as are watersports. There is a beach bar and restaurant, and pay car parking is available.
Setting & Location
Cala Agulla is situated in a protected area close to Capdepera and Cala Ratjada in the north east of Mallorca together with Cala Molto and Cala Mesquida. As such, it remains largely unspoilt.
Water Safety & Clarity
Shallow, clear waters allow for gentle paddling and swimming. Lifeguards are on duty during the busier summer months.
The sand here is fine and white, perfect for sunbathing and for beach sports and games.
The nature of the sand here makes it a good sport for beach sports such as beach volleyball. There are also pedalos available for rent as well as stand up paddle boards, kayaks, banana boats...