Beach Cala d'en Rafelinos

near Manacor (center)

Detailed Description

This stretch of coastline isn't a beach where you can spend a whole day lying under the sun, as the ground here is rocky. However, the beautiful blue water more than makes up for this, providing excellent swimming conditions. There are also fantastic opportunities for divers and snorkellers to explore the underwater world. Whenever the adjacent beaches of Sa Coma and S'Illot, usually more popular with tourists, are crowded, you can find a beautiful, tranquil spot in this fairytale location. The strangely-shaped cliffs also have a particular charm.

Beach: rocky beach, palms, trees, shrubs, some houses

Also known as: Caló d'en Rafalino

General Properties
Size 40 m x 7 m
Location Near Manacor (center)
Type Near a town
Reachability On foot, by car, by boat
Visitors Deserted
Type of visitors Locals
Accessibility No
Beach material Rocks
Incline of beach Medium gradient
Water conditions Some waves
Family-friendly No
Sun lounger rental No
Showers No
Restaurant/bar No
Lifeguard No
Promenade No
Parking Yes
Footpath Medium
Dogs allowed No
Nudity allowed Yes
Sports and activities

Swimming, snorkeling, diving (equipment not available for renting)

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