Cala Gració - Relax after a night partying in San Antonio
The clear water, shining turquoise in the sunshine, pushes deep into the bay at the end of which it cascades onto the soft sand of Cala Gració. The beach is surrounded by lots of trees and fincas and is only three kilometres from San Antonio, the major tourist destination on the west coast of the island. Access to the beach is well signposted and parking places are available on nearby roads.
Cala Gració is a very narrow bay, bordered on both sides by cliffs where the occasional boat houses can be seen. The beach extends unusually far inland and at the water's edge the finely grained sand slopes gently into the sea. Many young people, especially British tourists, enjoy spending a relaxing day on the decking and sun-loungers. Even though Cala Gració does not become completely overcrowded, it can still get rather full here.
Fresh fish delicacies are among the dishes served in a small terraced restaurant with a well-stocked bar on the beach.