The Cala Bona Beach has become one of the most accessible beaches in Mallorca, and was the first to be certified by AENOR, the Spanish Standards and Certification Association, with standard UNE 170001 for Universal Accessibility.
This tranquil beach is characterised by the fact that it is divided into three smaller beaches, separated by protective stone groynes. Nearby you can find the small fishing port of Cala Bona, where there is a large choice of bars, restaurants and shops.
Points of Interest
- Sa punta de n’Amer
A privately-owned protected natural space. The area was declared a Natural Area of Special Interest (ANEI) in 1985. It is situated between the towns of Cala Millor and Sa Coma , and it occupies around 200 hectares of immense natural, cultural and historical value.
Sa Punta de n’Amer is remarkable for its flora and fauna, which thrives in its sand dunes, scrubland, pine woods and rocky habitats. It is also home to some native species of the Balearic Islands.
The area is recommended for hiking routes.
- Drach / Hams Caves - Porto Cristo, 14km
- Safari Zoo - 5Km.