Cala Mesquida (East)

The picturesque bay of Cala Mesquida is framed by gentle hills on the northeast coast of Mallorca. The 300 m long beach is made up of fine white sand and the sea shimmers in turquoise, bottle green or deep blue, depending on the time of day. Cala Mesquida is located in a nature reserve and is surrounded by a landscape of sand dunes that go all the way inland, the sand merges with the forest and the vegetation creating a wonderful place for excursions, for example on horseback. On one side of the bay there is a urbanisation with a handful of restaurants, hotels and some holiday homes, and on the other side, a mountain which you can walk across to the famous Cala Agulla, another pearl of the Levante area. Cala Mesquida is a town belonging to the municipality of Capdepera, a medieval village with a castle dating back to 1300 AD. If you are looking for nightlife, the neighbouring town of Cala Rajada, also belonging to Capdepera, has several discos and clubs, as well as quality restaurants and bars. The beach of Cala Mesquida is relatively unprotected, this means that Cala Mesquida is less protected from wind and waves than most other places in Mallorca. Fortunately, a lifeguard watches over the bathers. You can rent pedal boats on the beach, but otherwise no other water sports are offered. The eastern part of the beach is reserved for nudists.

Houses in Cala Mesquida

Rural Villa Lenita near Cala Mesquida
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Urban Villa del Mar 1980 near Cala Mesquida
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Urban Villa Cala Mesquida near Cala Mesquida

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