Cala Sa Nau
CALA SA NAU
Cala Sa Nau is the end of a meander of the sea in the shape of that, which stretches 350 meters through the limestone and from the mouth of a fresh water spring into the sea.
The beach is 50 meters wide and 70 meters deep. It is formed by calcareous stone and fine white sand. It is flanked by ravines of white, red and ocher tones and surrounded by a Mediterranean pine forest, junipers and low bushes shading the environment. Its waters are turquoise blue
The cove is located in the southeast of Mallorca and is exposed to winds from the east and northeast
You have the possibility of parking vehicles in a car park enabled for it, having to reach the beach by some stone stairs.
If we want to walk, from Cala Sa Nau we can walk to Cala Mitjana or we can visit the Cova des Moro, a small cave carved into the limestone rock with a door, window, fireplace and outbuildings. If we want to walk to Portocolom we have to follow the path that borders the coast called Camí de sa Ronda.