Beach Cala Torta

near Artà (east)

Detailed Description

The beautiful sandy beach of Cala Torta lies amidst mountainous, undeveloped countryside. There is a tiny bar here that offers snacks, but besides that, nothing in terms of facilities. The beach is also not always watched by a lifeguard. When the wind blows, the waves can be spectacular, but be careful when swimming as there are also currents present. Rocky formations provide privacy, so the beach is often used by nudists. Hikers will also enjoy the adjacent hilly countryside, particularly to the right-hand-side of the beach, where you can hike through to the villas of Cala Mesquida, passing by small swimming pools on the way. The road that leads to the car park is somewhat bumpy.

Beach: sandy beach, bushes

Also known as: S'Aduaia

General Properties
Size 140 m x 105 m
Location Near Artà (east)
Type Remote
Reachability On foot, by car, by boat
Visitors Many visitors
Type of visitors Mixed
Accessibility No
Beach material Sand
Incline of beach Steep gradient
Water conditions Strong waves
Family-friendly No
Sun lounger rental No
Showers No
WC Yes
Restaurant/bar Yes
Lifeguard Yes
Promenade No
Parking Yes
Footpath Short
Dogs allowed No
Nudity allowed Yes
Sports and activities

Anchorage zone, diving, snorkeling (no equipment available for borrowing), hiking, beach volleyball, swimming, beach games

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