Cala Mondrago

A pristine beach with fine white sand, rocky coves, and turquoise waters, Cala Mondrago beach, is a stunning spot to visit, no matter the time of year. The beaches and surrounding environment form part of the Mondrago National Park and are well worth exploring.

This family-friendly beach makes for a beautiful summer getaway with the kids, with plenty of water sports, hiking, and wildlife spotting options available.

Keep reading to find out the best way to get there, how to organise parking and what exciting activities are in store!

Key Facts

  • Beach length: 75 m
  • Beach depth: 60m
  • Beach type: sandy
  • Showers: no
  • Sunbeds to rent: yes
  • Lifeguard: Yes, May to Aug
  • Refreshments: Yes, year-round
  • Toilets: No
  • Watersports: Yes
  • Postcode: 07691

What is Cala Mondrago Like?

This magnificent beach is 75m long and has rocky coves, perfect as a launch spot for snorkelling, flank the clear, turquoise blue waters.

The sand is soft, with shade found under the pine forests at the beach’s edge. Explore the dunes, complete one of the hiking trails or hire a glass-bottomed boat for an exciting tour. You can swim at almost any point on your tour – check with your guide before diving.

Location

Cala Mondragó is situated in the Mondrago National Park and is formally known as the beach of Sa Font de n’Alis. Ideally, renting a car for your stay in Mallorca is the best option, as it will give you access to this beach and many more sites and activities. You’ll also be able to explore this beautiful coastline.

Restaurants, Bars & Facilities

When staying in Mallorca, Cala Mondrago is a must-visit destination. The small beach has a restaurant and bar on the beach that is open every day from 10 am to 10:30 pm.

Visitors can hire parasols, paddle boats, and sun loungers available to rent. Unfortunately, no toilets are available at the beach – these are accessible at the car park and S’Amarador.

Lifeguard & Watersports

Enjoy the fine white sand while the kids splash in the sea under the watchful eye of a lifeguard in the summer months between 9 am and 5 pm.

This beach features facilities including sun loungers, a jet ski tour, paddle boats. The beautiful coastline offers some great spots for diving and snorkelling.

Is Cala Mondrago Family-friendly?

Located in the Mondrago National Park in Mallorca, Cala Mondrago is perfect for families. The water is clear and shallow, and the sand is soft, making it a great place to visit with young kids!

If Cala Mondrago is a bit too busy, you can take a quick stroll to Cala s’Amarador.

Where to Park at Cala Mondrago beach

This small beach has two parking options:

  • Ses Fonts de n’Alis car park at Cala Mondrago
  • Casa Muda car park at S’Amarador beach is free and a 15-minute walk from Casa Mondrago.

Other Nearby Beaches

The closest beaches to Cala Mondrago are Cala s’Amarador in the southwest and Cala des Burgit around the South East corner.

Nearby Hotels & Resorts

The following hotels and resorts are excellent options when booking a base near this beautiful small beach:

  • Agroturisme na Martina
  • Finca Hotel Son Marimon
  • Villa Anna Cala d’Or
  • Can Ferrereta
  • Es Pujol Agroturisme
  • Eques Petit Resort
  • Apartamentos Cala d’Or Playa
  • S’Hotelet De Santanyi
  • Iberostar Club Cala Barca