Cala Fornells stretches about 80 metres wide and 4 metres deep. The water is clear and it's worth taking your snorkel as there are plenty of fish.
Overhanging pine trees offer areas of natural shade and add to the overall charm of the cove. Cala Fornells is used by both residents and tourists. It can get busy but it has a good atmosphere and being in a semi-urban area means there's enough to do to make a whole day of it - or indeed a whole holiday.
The beach doesn't have a life guard, toilet or showers and there is no wheelchair access.
Setting & location
Water safety & clarity
Bars & beach clubs
Venue Style: Beach
Activities: Beach Sports | Hiking / Walking | Snorkelling | Swimming
Restrictions: No wheelchair access
Car-parking: Free parking