It is a beautiful unspoilt beach north of the island of Mallorca in a remote area about 10 km from Arta, in a natural setting of great beauty, with no hotels, houses, and buildings of any kind, only a small bar.
Cala Torta is the largest beach of the township; you will fall in love with its white sand bordered by small cliffs with typical Mediterranean vegetation and incredibly crystal clear and turquoise waters. It is the perfect escape from the big crowded beaches. Being surrounded by nature you can enjoy a wild and natural place. On the left side, you see a hill that leads directly to the next cove, its little sister, called Cala Mitjana.
The beach has very few amenities but enough to spend a day at the beach. There is a small bar where refreshments are served and where you can taste delicious dishes of the island, although prices are a bit expensive as it is the only one there. In high season they sell fruits.
Lovers of surfing, windsurfing or kiteboarding find their little paradise here, as in the days of strong wind are formed amazing waves for this sport.
How to get to Cala Torta?
In order to go to Cala Torta, leave Artá by the Cala Ratjada highway turn left at the football field and take the highway Del Racófollowing the signs to Cala Torta.
Access to the beach is not easy; the last two kilometers before reaching the beach are in poor condition, bumpy and a bit uncomfortable but worth it. It has a parking area.