Cala Cap Falcó - A charming, unspoiled natural bay in the south-west of Majorca
Cala Cap Falcó lies completely hidden amidst a pine forest on the south-west coast of Majorca. In a rugged, expansive landscape the seawater has worked its way several metres into the shore. But despite this the view of the horizon remains clear. It simultaneously shelters and invites us to marvel at the ocean's vastness.
Situated just a few kilometres south of the British party spot of Magaluf, there are two ways to access this charming sandy beach. A long, steep set of steps leads you from a newer, small residential area, where you can park on the streets, to the bay. Alternatively you can park your car in the spacious car park at the rear beach entrance. You shouldn't have any problems parking here because even in peak season Cala Cap Falcó is not crowded.
As well as clear, clean water, with a seabed that drops away very gently, you will find a few loungers and sun umbrellas on the beach. If you don't want to pay for these, you can make yourself comfortable in the shade of the old trees instead. A chiringuito lends a very pleasant atmosphere to the bay with unobtrusive electronic music. Under shady trees and awnings you can enjoy salad and fish dishes, bocadillos or a burger. For cocktails we recommend the white lounge furniture, which the German owner has placed a little to the side in the shade of a rock face.
It's mainly German tourists that enjoy this amenity in the middle of the little beach oasis of Cala Cap Falcó. But locals and Spaniards also like to come to this exceptional spot, which incidentally can be booked for events.