Cala Mondragó, or also often called sa Font d’en Alis, is a beautiful beach of fine white sand located in an environment of great ecological value, within the natural park of Mondragó, near Santanyi south of the island.
Cala Mondragó is framed in a wild place, surrounded by pine forests, with a fine white sand and incredibly clear and turquoise waters. Next to Cala Mondrago (part of a Natural Park since 1995) we find the unspoiled Playa S’Amarador, which is also part of the Área Natural de Especial Interés.
There is a parking area to leave your vehicle only 6 minutes from the beautiful beaches of this Natural Park. The first beach we find is Cala Mondragó, perhaps the best known, but also the most crowded. This beach is easily accessibleand has good services, several bars, rental of umbrellas and hammocks, showers, picnic areas, and a playground in the shade. For all that, Cala Mondragó has been awarded the Blue Flag of the European Union, and is usually a very busy beach, especially on weekends on the high season. Its waters are shallow making it an ideal place to go with your family.
Next to Cala Mondragó, we find Humedal de Ses Font de n’Alis, and it is there we find the path along the sea that leads directly to Playa de S’Amarador, an almost pristine beach without buildings, and less crowded than its neighbor, but with incredibly clear waters and well secure environment that will leave us speechless. This beach is the starting point of several routes along the coast where you can enjoy several viewpoints. Some tours are offered that will take 30 or 40 minutes through paths bordering this fantastic rugged coastline where we can appreciate the beauty this Natural Park
How to get to Cala Mondragó ?
Take the Palma-Portopetro highway to S’Alqueria Blanca. Follow the signs to Parque Natural de Mondragó. If you do not have your own car, you can reach the beach in the tourist train from Cala d’Or.
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