Cala Agulla is situated in the northeast coast of Mallorca, at 2 kilometres from Capdepera. Cala Agulla was declared as Area of Natural and Scientific Interest, so this coastal area is well preserved, surrounded by a thick pine wood and it has not been developed. Cala Agulla has the biggest sandy area of this municipality. This small, sandy beach is surrounded by low rocky areas. Cala Agulla is one of Mallorca’s Blue-Flag beaches.
Cala Agulla is the largest beach on the eastern tip of the island and (ofcourse) it is very crowded by local visitors and tourists. There is a beach bar, restaurant, lifeguard, toilets, sun beds and parasols for rent and pay car parking available. Cala Agulla is perfect spot for beach volleyball and all types of watersports.
Cala Agulla can change its size (if the wind blows from the west, the swell makes the beach grow, if it blows from the east or north, the opposite happens). Cala Agulla is not a place for anchoring boats on a sandy and stony ground, with a depth of five metres. Cala Agulla has something to offer for everyone. This large beach surrounded by charming landscapes and minimal development, can satisfy those who like civilisation nearby. The accessibility by car is easy following the signs from Capdepera or Cala Ratjada. There are pay-parking area near the beach.