The gently sloping turquoise-blue water is ideal for a relaxing day at the beach.
Visitors rave about Cala Santanyí, which is one of the most popular family bays in the southeast, with plenty of leisure options to choose from, including pedalos, scuba diving and beach volleyball.
Nearby restaurants offer sanitary facilities and beachfront dining. The high cliffs surround the beach and become a climbing paradise in low season. In the immediate vicinity you will find the famous rock bridge Es Pontàs, which you find on almost every postcard in Mallorca. From there you can enjoy a clear view over the sea to the neighboring island of Cabrera.
Are you good on foot? Then walk along the coast, past wild rosemary, Mallorcan shrubs and along the shimmering and deep blue sea to the romantic fishing port of Cala Figuera. A taster course or even a diving course at the local diving school – Cala Santanyí completes the leisure activities and allows its adventurers to admire the underwater world of the area.