Cala Falcó

Cala Falcó
Lizenz: Wikimedia commons,Olaf Tausch
Islands: Mallorca

Cala Falcó is situated at 6,5 kilometres from Magaluf, between Platja de sa Bella Dona and Cap des Falcó. At half a nautical mile you can see s’Illot del Sec, and at 1,5 kilometres toward east there is a depth of 30 metres with one of the most important wrecks of Majorca, a greek wreck. This u-shaped sea inlet finishes on a small cove with sand and seaweed. There are some not very high rocky cliffs on the sides. The place is surrounded by pine trees and scrubland, and the branches reach the water which invites you to swim in it. There is not much place to sunbathe, only near the water. The local visitors are the most frequent ones because this sandy area is quiet, there is a good atmosphere and it is in the proximity of Magaluf and Palma. The marine and underwater conditions for anchoring boats are excellent in front of this calm beach, which is exposed to the winds from the south, or next to Cap des Falcó. This coastal area has a sandy ground with seaweed and the depth ranges from four metres at one and a half hectometres from the beach to three metres at one hectometre from the coast. At one nautical mile there is Club Nàutic Santa Ponça. The accessibility by car is easy following the signs until Cap des Falcó, passing through Cala Vinyes. From here there is a difference of 250 metres until you reach this cove going down the steep stairs. 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 – Magaluf General information on the island: Tourist Information – Mallorca

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