Cala Sa Nau


Cala Sa Nau is both the end of an S shape meander hollowing 350 meters the limestone out and the end of the flow of a freshwater spring into the sea. The beach is 50 meters wide and 70 meters deep. It is made up of calcareous stone and fine white sand. It is flanked by white, red and ochre gullies and shed by Mediterranean junipers, pine tree, and low bushes. The waters are turquoise blue. The cove lays in the southeast of Mallorca and is exposed to winds from the east and northeast. There is a car park. The beach can be accessed by climbing down some stone stairs. If you feel like a walk, you can hike from Cala Sa Nau to Cala Mitjana or you can discover the Cova des Moro, a small cave carved out of the limestone rock with a door, window, fireplace and outbuildings. Following the path that borders the coast called Camí de sa Ronda, you will reach Portocolom.