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Cala Mendia
Vigilance medium
Access disabled people
Type of beach sand
Cala Mendia

Cala Mendia is situated at three
kilometres from Portocristo.

The cliffs keep the surroundings of this sea inlet which continues for 150 metres toward the interior and finishes on a fine-grained, white sandy area, wide and large.

The water is crystal clear and the beach is open to the winds from the northeast and east, with an excellent sandy ground for anchoring boats. The depth ranges from four metres at 150 metres from the coast to 2,7 metres at a hectometre from the beach, and only one metre at 50 metres from the coast. The nearest port facilities are located at Port de Portocristo, at 2,2 nautical miles.

Cala Mendia has a natural swimming basin of white and blue colours when the wind blows from the north-northwest-west and it is the starting point to swim until the nearby Cala Anguila, passing the rocky headland which divides them.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs. The private car can be left on a free parking area in the surroundings of Cala Mendia.

These characteristics explain that the beach and the nearby Cala Romàntica are full of hotel and restaurant activity and very crowded by tourists.

From this sandy area you might reach on foot Cala Anguila, following a coastal trail, you can visit the caves of Drac or Hams, and you can go to the agricultural village of Son Macià and reach the Puig de sa Bandera (333 metres).

Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Manacor
General information on the island:
Tourist Information - Mallorca

  • Ramp for disabled
  • Phones
  • Showers
  • Toilet
  • Rescue service
  • Litter bin
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Water sports area
  • Swimming
Municipality information Manacor

The municipality of Manacor is situated in the east of Majorca, and it is the second most important municipality by population and extension. The origin of its name is unknown, but king Jaume II named it town in 1300.

The heterogeneous landscape has a coastal area with high cliffs, lots of coves irrigated by torrents and there are the caves of Hams and Drac. In the interior there is the discontinuous mountain area Serres de Llevant, divided into two parts by a flat area, the northern part (Puig de Calicant, 476 metres high), and the southern one (Muntanya de sa Vall, 354 metres). It is characterized by the bushes, pine trees and scrubland.

The traditional activities, jewellery (fabrication and sell of imitation pearls), carpentry, intensive irrigated agricultural land, fishing, are combined with the furniture industry (fabrication and commercialization of furniture and fittings), construction tourism and commercial or service fittings since 1970.

The cultural variety includes 101 arqueological sites. You should visit s'Hospitalet Vell (talayotic village), Cova de s'Homonet, Son Peretó (paleochristian basilica), Església dels Dolors, towers of Palau, Enagistes and de ses Puntes, as well as Convent de Sant Vicenç Ferrer.

Manacor is worldwide known thanks to the tennis player Rafel Nadal, although there are other important people like Mossèn Antoni Maria Alcover, Guillem d'Efak, Miquel Àngel Nadal, Miquel Àngel Riera or Jaume Vidal Alcover. This municipality is also known because of the equine and equestrian tradition, with famous horses and races in the Hipòdrom Municipal.
The municipality has 9 beaches.
  • Inhabitants: 36462
  • Extension: 260.00 km2
  • Density: 140.00 h/km2
Main technical data
  • Length of the beach: 
    60 meters
  • Type of access: 
    For pedestrians
    For vehicles
    For boats
  • Average width: 
    120 meters
  • Access for disabled people: 
  • Degree of occupancy: 
  • Anchoring zone: 
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