Scenic Cala Ratjada
Formerly a quaint fishing town, holidays to Cala Ratjada will now place you within a vibrant resort town popular with families and couples seeking an escape from the stresses and strains of daily life.
Tucked away on the north east coast of Majorca, it’s no surprise that the main attraction of Cala Ratjada holidays is the spectacular coastlines. Scattered sandy coves line the perimeter, making for beautiful places to spend an afternoon topping up your tan or indulging in a good book. You’ll find the main beach, Son Moll, nearer to town and jam-packed with eager tourists and a wealth of water sports – everything from scuba diving to water skiing.
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Cala Ratjada, Majorca
At a glance
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish
- Time Zone: GMT +1
- Average flight time: 2h 45m
When to go
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Shopping and Sundown
You’ll never be at a loss of things to do on holidays in Cala Ratjada, as you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied in and around the town. The area itself boasts an excellent selection of shops where you can pick up souvenirs, while the weekly market held each Saturday is well worth experiencing for its abundance of fresh produce and local wares. Those seeking a day trip swathed in glamour should head to Camp de Mar, where you’ll find an endless array of shops to enrich your retail experience.
While Cala Ratjada holidays won’t reveal to you a particularly raucous nightlife, there is a certain buzz surrounding this resort when the sun begins to fade. You won’t have to search too far for a place to enjoy a drink as well as excellent restaurants serving up everything from international cuisine to local eats. For spectacular scenery and delicious food, head to Puerto Soller’s harbour and drink in the views, and the tantalising wine on offer.