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Cala Falco Beach, Magaluf

Beautiful unspoilt beach in the south-west of Mallorca

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Cala Falco Beach, Magaluf

Cala Falco is a very pretty, small and quiet beach situated to the south of Magaluf in the south west of Mallorca. The sea is clear and shallow and the narrow but deep beach is surrounded by rocky outlets and pine forests. 

The beach measures 50 metres long and 60 metres deep, made of golden sand. Just 6.5 kilometres from Magaluf, it's situated in a cove and so is sheltered and protected from the wind. That makes it very popular among yachties who stop over Cala Falco often.

From the beach, you can see s'Illot del Sec, a small islet located around half a nautical mile from the sand. Near the island is one of Mallorca's most important shipwrecks, a Greek boat. There are sun beds and parasols available as well as a beach club.

Because it is tricky to find, it is more popular with locals than tourists and is far less frantic than the beaches of nearby Magaluf and Palma Nova.

Water Safety & Clarity

The sea is shallow and clear and good for small children. There is also plenty of shade thanks to the surrounding pine trees. There are no showers or lifeguards on duty.

Bars & Beachclubs

There is a small beach bar here where you can hire sunbeds and parasols as well as have lunch and a drink. Magaluf is a beach clubs hotspot including famous names like Nikki Beach.

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There is some good snorkelling to be had in the area, maybe even try to reach the old shipwreck about a kilometre to the east of the beach. 

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Getting Here


Cala Falco is not easy to find, and a car is essential. Take the road towards Cala Figuera/Cala Falco and pass through Cala Vinyes. You will reach a one-way system as you approach the Cap de Figuera, then take the road to the right and keep your eyes peeled for a sign to the beach (sign to your left, beach to the right!). There is plenty of free parking and you can access the beach down some fairly steep steps.


  • Activities
  • Nature
  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling