Holidays in Cala Ratjada
|Language:||Spanish (English widely spoken)|
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Cala Ratjada holidays
Cala Ratjada can be found on Majorca’s north east coast situated on a rocky peninsula of the Capdepera municipality. At the heart of this vibrant resort town is the bustling harbour, which used to be an old working port but today plays hosts to holiday pleasure cruisers, ferries to Menorca and the odd fishing boat dotted along the seafront. It is filled with a varied and wide selection of bars, restaurants and accommodation options making holidays to Cala Ratjada popular with families, couples and young people. The flight time to Majorca is approximately two hours from the UK, with around a two-hour drive from the airport to reach Cala Ratjada.
Discover Cala Ratjada
You can rest assured that Cala Ratjada holidays are never dull, as there is so much to do in and around the town. It has a great selection of shops that sell gifts and souvenirs and hosts a market every Saturday in the town’s main square - Plaça del Pins.Those who crave adventure can enjoy the range of water sports on offer including scuba diving, snorkelling and water skiing. If you prefer dry land, Cala Ratjada has great walking tracks along coastal paths and in the surrounding forest, and there are plenty of boat trips that go up and down the coast to let you explore its many coves and secluded beaches.
The town’s own beach is fairly small so when it's crowded you might want to head north to nearby Cala Agulla, which is much bigger and fringed by a stunning pine tree forest. Cala Guya and Cala Mesquida are two other popular beaches that are close by, and Cala Mesquida is popular with surfers as there are big waves.
The medieval village of Capdepera is only a few kilometres inland and features an imposing 13th century castle that history buffs will enjoy. Capdepera also has fiestas throughout the year, which involve street parties, parades and fireworks. There's a medieval market in mid-May and a major fiesta at the end of August. It's also worth visiting the nearby Caves of Arta, which are open to the public and are great for photo opportunities.
Visitors benefit from the town’s many restaurants that serve local and international cuisine – primarily catering to the mainly British and German tourists who spend their holidays in Cala Ratjada. You will not have to search too hard to find somewhere to enjoy a drink and a dance, with many clubs, pubs and bars dotted around the town letting you party until sunrise.
easyJet holidays to Cala Ratjada
Whether you want an active break, a party getaway or just some well-deserved me time, you are sure to find it in Cala Ratjada. By booking with easyJet holidays you save money and enjoy a break in Majorca when taking advantage of hotel and flight deals combined.