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Cala Figuera Beach, North Mallorca

Small pebbled beach on the Cap de Formentor

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Cala Figuera Beach, North Mallorca

This small beach is located in a stunning cove on the Cap de Formentor, in northeast Mallorca. Its remote location and turquoise waters make it one of the best-kept secrets on the island.

The beach is around 45 metres long and 40 metres wide. Located among high vertical cliffs, this pebble, gravel and rock beach has some sandy spots. The water here is crystal clear, perfect for snorkelling thanks to its rocky bottom.

Located 14 kilometres from Port de Pollença, you will need to walk for around 1.5 kilometres (15 to 20 minutes) from the car park to reach the beach. The path can be quite rough and it is well signposted, but bear in mind that it is quite a steep hike back up which takes around 30 minutes. We recommend taking good walking shoes and water.

This is the perfect spot to escape the crowds in the summer. If you need easy access and family friendly head to nearby Playa Formentor.

Read our review of this beach.

Water Safety & Clarity

The water here is turquoise and crystal clear. There are no lifeguards on duty.

Watersports

Cala Figuera is the perfect spot for snorkelling thanks to its beautiful blue waters and rocky bottom. It is also a popular spot for dropping anchor, even though conditions can be dangerous when north or northweast winds are blowing.

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Getting Here

Directions

From Port de Pollença it takes around 25 minutes to drive here, while it is only a 5-minute drive from Formentor Beach. There is a small esplanade where you can park your car and then a 15-minute walk down to the beach.

Facilities

  • Accessibility
  • No disabled access
  • Not suitable for elderly

Services

  • Activities
  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
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