Caló d’en Perdiu is a small rocky bathing area located in the Natural Park of Cala Mondragó. Three sandy beaches lie in the area of the Parc Natural de Mondragó between Portopetro and Cala Figuera: the often more than lively Platja de ses Fonts d’en’Alis, the usually less crowded Platja de s’Amarador and the Caló des Burgit; Add to that the tiny rock cut of Caló d’en Perdiu. The two larger strips of sand are connected by a concrete path along the rocky coast. A 785 ha area around the beaches was declared a nature park in 1992. Thus, the diverse forest and beach area, in which even old burial caves were found, although preserved without much obstruction – the conflict between nature conservation and tourist use is, however, especially in summer unmistakable.
In Calo d’en Perdiu there are several recommended trails where you can find ancient lime kilns, flora signatures, wetlands, cliffs and fountains.
Small accessible swimming area after a path from s’Amarador. It is not possible to access water from land, it is advisable to arrive by boat. Although there is no service around this area, it is perfect place to go fishing, scuba diving or hiking. There is parking lot 15 minutes away.