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Cala Mesquida Holidays

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Majorca holidays

Quiet resort on a scenic bay

The beach resort of Cala Mesquida is one of the most picturesque in Majorca. Positioned at the easterly tip of the island, this idyllic sweep of golden sand has a sense of remoteness that makes Cala Mesquida holidays very special. A protected area of natural beauty surrounds most of the bay, including sand dunes and pine forests that are home to an abundance of birdlife. The sea is a gorgeous turquoise, calm and clear for much of the summer.

Prone to waves on windier days, Cala Mesquida is a popular surfing destination, too. Bordering one side of the beach is a selection of bars, restaurants and supermarkets, ensuring that all of your holiday needs are met. Holidays to Cala Mesquida are a favourite among families who love the easy beach access, as it is with couples looking for a romantic spot to while away their holiday surrounded by unspoilt Balearic views.

Your Cala Mesquida questions, answered

The beach is great for children thanks to its soft sands and availability of paddle boats, and the local cafés and restaurants are family-friendly, too.
There are some laid-back bars and restaurants where you can spend your evenings. Alternatively, the buzzier resort of Cala Ratjada is a 10-minute drive away.
Like most beaches on Majorca, Cala Mesquida fills up during the summer months, but it’s not prone to overcrowding and you can certainly find space to yourself.

Best things to do in Cala Mesquida

Explore underwater

While Cala Mesquida is mostly about kicking back and relaxing on the beach, there are a few water sports to keep active types happy, such as snorkelling and scuba-diving.

Hike the coast

The protected area around the resort boasts some beautiful coastal paths to explore, including one that stretches to the neighbouring beach of Cala Agulla.

Bare all

Towards the far end of the beach is a designated section for those who prefer sunbathing in the nude, although stripping off here is still optional.