Cala Agulla - Large bathing bay on the eastern tip of Majorca
Cala Agulla lies on the northern edge of the popular holiday resort of Cala Ratjada in the east of Majorca. The beach is situated in a conservation area and is framed by its trees in the background. The beach's area is the largest on the eastern tip of the Balearic Islands. Apart from a few very flat rocks in and by the water it is made up entirely of fine, light sand. There is plenty of space for lying on the sand. The spots under the straw beach umbrellas are popular and other than these there is almost no shade. If you want to spend a while here you should bring your own sunshade.
There is a kiosk on the beach and two restaurants close by with the usual prices and products for holiday destinations in Majorca. For water sports enthusiasts there is a wide range of options from SUPs (stand up paddle boards), pedal boats and kayaks to the banana boat. On shore there are volleyball courts. Lifeguards ensure that bathing remains safe. There are also showers and toilets on site.
The holiday destination of Cala Ratjada is particularly popular with families in the peak summer season. In low season it is becoming a destination of choice for young people and young adults, who come here mainly to party. As a result the clientele on Cala Agulla beach varies: in July and August families dominate the scene, but from May to June and in September there are often lively parties going on during the day.