Cala Torta is situated
in the north east of Mallorca, a little north of the historical
The route to Cala Torta is well
signposted but the last two kilometres is a gravel road in very poor
condition, but the beach is worth the while.
The beach in general
Cala Torta is a large sandy beach
surrounded by low mountain sides. The sand is very fine.
The turquoise colored water is crystal clear but unfortunately not shallow.
It is recommended to watch the
weather forecast before driving to Cala Torta as the beach is very
exposed to wind blowing from the north and north-east.
The beach is quite crowded with
tourists as well as locals. Nudism is allowed.
Cala Torta offers a lot of space for
playing but the sea is by far not shallow, hence not very child
The conditions for snokelling are good along the cliffs in the sea.
A small café and beach bar directly on the beach.
There are no resorts near Cala Torta.