Cala Falco (Cala Cap Falcó) is located in the south west of Mallora, 6,5 km from Magaluf. Cala Falco beach is a very pretty, small and quiet. During summer monthes could get quite busy with both, tourists and locals. The sea is clear, shallow and narrow but deep, sand is golden. The beach is protected from wind. Cala Falco beach is surrounded by rocky outlets and pine forests.
The beach is 50 metres long and 60 metres deep, made of golden sand. The beach is very popular among yachties who stop over Cala Falco often. There are sun beds, parasols, toilets available at the beach. There is a small chirinquito (small beach bar) located at the beach, serving delicious meals and drinks. Often there are some partys or privat events taking a place. In Cala Falco beach there are no water sports activities apart swimming and snorkelling. The area is quite small, so towel space is limited. Cala Falco is surrounded by pine trees and bushes, so there are allways enough place in shade. There are no lifeguard from goverment of Mallorca, but the owner of the bar employed Mr. Adriano to take care of you!
From the beach, you can see „s’Illot del Sec“, a small islet located not far from the sand. To find Cala Falco is quite tricky, so it is more popular with locals than tourists. Be aware of quite lot of stairs if you are planning to come with your childrens. There are lot of parking space on the street, then you will need to go down the stairs to reach the beach.