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Take a trip of a lifetime to this dazzling, Spanish island in the Mediterranean where aquamarine waters, secluded beaches, gorgeous historical towns and villages and delectable Spanish regional dishes await you! In Cala Ratjada you are ideally situated on the island´s gorgeous north west coast with easy access for heading westward to explore the beautiful architectural heritage, rugged mountains, secluded beaches and glamorous city adventures that this spectacular island destination has to offer. There is so much to see and do on this Balearic island!A fabulous vacation rental for families and romantic couples
Find your perfect Balearic island, vacation home away from home amongst the selection of stunning vacation rentals on offer dotted about in Cala Ratjada just meters from the beach! Browse a selection of spacious, upmarket properties perfect for 2, 4, 6, or 8 guests. Many of these gorgeous, beautifully furnished, fully equipped vacation rentals and rentals feature a stunning private courtyard or garden with a sparkling pool with lovely sun loungers for relaxing or a terrace. Have a cooling early morning dip before heading out for the day or staycation at your stylish hacienda relaxing by the pool and soaking up some sun!
Vacations in Cala Ratjada
The area and getting around
Cala Ratjada is a buzzing resort town on Majorca´s north east coast with a gorgeous harbour and is packed with bars, restaurants and shops. There is a lovely pedestrian promenade from Cala Ratjada harbour to the renowned Son Moll beach. Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and boasts a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and short winters. The capital, Palma is a 2 hour 20 minute flight from London and 2.5 hours from Manchester or Liverpool making this a wonderful destination for a quick winter sun getaway or a longer, Spanish island vacation. Majorca boasts beautiful scenic drives on well maintained roads, gorgeous paradise beaches and a laid back Mediterranean lifestyle. Cala Ratjada is around 60 minutes east of the airport by car.Spanish regional dishes and unique local attractions
On this delightful island, just a short drive from your lovely vacation rental, you will find mysterious historical sites, splendid, rugged mountain scenery with dazzling panoramas over the Mediterranean ocean, endless opportunities for scenic drives, boating, swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, cycling or simply relaxing on the beach on a towel in the warm sea breeze as the gentle waves of the ocean lap at the shoreline! When you get hungry a feast of local tapas, seafood and regional delicacies awaits you! Wonderful shopping and glamorous, legendary nightclubs and bars are yours to enjoy if you are a lover of a vibrant nightlife scene and there are several great golf courses and tennis courts in and around Cala Ratjada.
Travelers and activities
Immerse yourself in the rich, traditional Spanish cultural heritage of this island that is replete with breathtaking historical architecture such as the majestic gothic cathedral, Basilica Santa Maria in Palma or Castell Belver, a hilltop castle dating back to 1300 with incredible panoramic views. Eat an exquisite meal in the stunning Alcudia Old Town or hike up the Puig de Maria that offers stunning views from a heritage monastery over the north east of the island. Everywhere you go you will have an opportunity to sample Majorca’s fabulous, Spanish signature culinary delights such as Frito Mallorquin, seasonal vegetable tumbet, Arroz Brut a rice dish, Majorcan paella, gorgeous traditional soups and Mallorcan roast pork.Cala Ratjada for nature lovers
Majorca boasts an annual 300 days of sunshine per year making this a top destination for tourists who love sunny days and the great outdoors. You will find a wide range of spectacular landscapes to enjoy ranging from sandy beaches with dazzling turquoise waters to rugged cliff top views, verdant forests and tranquil coastal wetlands. Exquisite birds, lizards and flora are yours to admire in the spectacular Mondrago National Park on the south east coast where you will find beautiful beaches and a host of migratory birds. Near Pollença and Alcudia on the east coast you can explore the gorgeous S’Albufera wetland replete with falcons and osprey!
Did you know that Mallorca boasts some of the clearest waters in the Mediterranean due to a seabed rich in seagrass which purifies the water making the island a paradise playground for snorkeling and scuba diving!
Top 5 travel tips for Cala Ratjada
Spend the day at Cala Mesquida Beach located in one of Mallorca's most scenic areas in the island's northeast just a stone's throw from Cala Ratjada. This small beautiful, fine grained white sand beach also boasts gorgeous crystal clear waters. Son Moll beach is only 150m long and is known for its spectacular, clear tourmaline shallow water perfect for family swimming!2. Visit Majorca’s incredible caves
Majorca boasts some of Europe’s most remarkable cave formations! Arta Caves just 13 minutes south of Cala Mesquida showcase vast chambers of dramatic stalactites and stalagmites within the rock face on the north eastern coastline while further down the coast, the four caves of Cuevas del Drach contain a massive underground lake considered to be one of the largest in the world. The ancient rock formations are pristine and the colors are astounding, making the experience of entering this wonderland absolutely enchanting!3. Visit Capdepera Castle
Just five minutes south of Cala Ratjada you can explore the fortified ramparts of the Capdepera Castle that dates back to the 14th century! This incredible heritage site was once a small, walled town that contained 125 houses inside the walls. Head to the nearby top rated Restaurant La Fragua for a mouthwatering meal after gazing at the stunning view from the castle walls and admiring the interesting Mediterranean plants in the castle´s inner courtyard.4. Day Trip to the Serra de Tramuntana
Lovers of rugged mountain landscapes are in for breathtaking walks and magnificent views over azure seascapes in the Serra de Tramuntana 100 km west of Cala Mesquida. This unique UNESCO world heritage site is an excellent cycle spot for ardent cyclists who enjoy challenging climbs and is also a perfect location for auto touring. Drive hairpin bends and stop to explore a scattering of quaint mountain villages. If you are an experienced adventure hiker, you can tackle part or all of a fabled 8 day, 135 km hike here!5. Spend the day in Palma
Palma is called The Pearl of the Mediterranean for good reason! You are going to love exploring this gem of a city with its glamorous, shimmering marinas, tall, elegant palms and beautiful seafront boulevards. Soak up the unique Mediterranean flair of this lovely city browsing the tiny boutiques and shops in the narrow alleys around Plaza Mayor or take in an exhibition or concert at Es Baluard and Palau March! Santa Catalina, La Lonja and the bustling Paseo Maritimo on the waterfront have a vibrant bar and restaurant scene. Sample the best of Spanish regional cuisine in this vacation playground!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Cala Ratjada
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Cala Ratjada?
At an average cost of $214 per night, Cala Ratjada lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in Spain.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Cala Ratjada?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Cala Ratjada in March, February, or January, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $181, $188, and $191 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Cala Ratjada?
When booking a vacation rental in Cala Ratjada, the highest prices are usually found in the month of July (with an average of $264 per night), followed by August ($263), and then September ($237).
Is Cala Ratjada a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is better to book sooner than later in Cala Ratjada as only 45% of the accommodations remain available throughout the year, according to last year's data.
Which months offer the highest availability?
Last year, the months with the largest number of properties available of the year in Cala Ratjada were April, May and November, with average availabilities of 75%, 62%, and 56%, respectively.
When will it be harder to find an available vacation rental in Cala Ratjada?
The months with the lowest properties available in Cala Ratjada are, in order, August, July, and September with respective average availability figures of 16%, 18%, and 28%, based on the previous year.
Are there many vacation rentals in Cala Ratjada?
In Cala Ratjada we work with 9 different providers to give you a choice of 210 properties, so you will not be short of options!