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Cala Torta Beach, North-East Mallorca

A undeveloped hidden cove in the north east of Mallorca

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An idyllic bay situated between Cala Mesquida Beach and Cala Mitjana on the north east coast of Mallorca.

This beach attracts a good mix of locals and tourists and can get busy during the peak holiday weeks but most of the time you will find that this relatively hidden cove is quieter than most north coast beaches. It's rather tricky access means that it is not suitable for some people and others possibly can't be bothered with the walk on a hot summer day!

Water Safety & Clarity

The water here is perfectly clear and deep, perfect for strong swimmers and keen snorkellers. There are no facilities on this beach, which includes no lifeguard.

Beach Quality

The sand here is white and silky soft.

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There is only a small kiosk here that sells drinks and snacks so make sure you pack a picnic if you fancy spending the day there.

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When the wind gets up it can be a good spot for a bit of surfing.

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Getting Here


Signposted on the road from Artà to Capdepera. Look for the turning after 9km. You have to drive down a rough track, then leave the car and walk through the dunes. 


  • Parking
  • Parking on street


  • Activities
  • Hiking / Walking
  • Nature
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming