Costa de la Calma’s beaches are small, quiet and secluded, and are blessed with clear-crystal waters. Rocks, fine sand, native flora, residential areas and nice cliffs make their backdrop. The beaches here are perfect for a romantic getaway in the Mediterranean.
Main beaches in Costa de la Calma:
Cala Blanca beach: Also known as Es Castellot, this beach owes its name to the watchtower that crowns the area. It is a pretty cove on Costa de la Calma with a strip of sand and pebbles next to crags of rocks to lie back in the sun. It has clean waters and beautiful sunsets.
Monte de Oro beach: This small gravel and white sand beach starts on the edge of a glorious cliff with Mediterranean vegetation, including stone pines and small bushes so brightly green that they seem to be irradiating light. It is a charming spot where you can get away from it all and enjoy the calm, crystal-clear, turquoise green water.
Santa Ponsa beach: Santa Ponsa is the longest expanse of sand adjoining Costa de la Calma. It offers eateries, security and leisure facilities. A mix of families and foreign holidaymakers make the crowds of one of the main sands on the Calvià shoreline. The bay, bathed by calm waters, is surrounded by a park with Mediterranean pine trees that offer shelter from the sun.
Caló d’en Pellicer: A good place to berth vessels in Santa Ponsa and Costa de la Calma. It is a small brownish sand cove that has an abrupt drop off to deeper water. It is surrounded by a pine forest and houses, protected from the winds blowing into the bay, and has easy access to the neighbouring beaches.