Cala Ratjada is situated in the north east, in the Capdepera municipality and was a quiet little fishing port. Today the lovely port is full of yachts and sailboats and is still one of the most important fishing harbours in Mallorca. Cala Ratjada has a ferry service to the neighbouring Balearic island of Menorca.
Cala Ratjada is a charming coastal town on a rocky coastline provides well for visiting tourists but has retained much of its history. It is a perfect choice if you want to avoid purpose-built resorts and explore the east coast. Cala Ratjada is the nearest point between Mallorca and Menorca and is why it has played an important role in the economy. On clear days, it is not difficult to see the island of Menorca and the town of Ciutadella. Cala Ratjada has about 40 hotels and its the main income for Cala Ratjada. The resort is popular among French and German tourists and many of them have homes here.
Cala Ratjada is a very popular location for a traditional family holiday.
Resort has excellent beaches, which can be seen on a promenade walk. There are five beaches arround Cala Ratjada. From a little beach of Cala Gat to the stony cove of Sa Pedruscada. Sandy ones are Cala Son Moll, Cala Agulla and Cala de Sa Font.