Cala Mesquida like so many of Mallorca’s little villages is set in a quiet peaceful spot on the coast. It is a purpose built village in a stunning protected natural setting of dunes and sloping thickly wooded hills.
The central main street lined with tourist properties leads to the cliff edge, overlooking rocky coastline. Several exclusive modern villas lie scattered on the hillside among pine trees. Famous for its superb stretch of sandy beach and water sports, the resort also offers spectacular views of beautifully clear waters and rugged mountains.
Cala Mesquida is located on the NE coast of Majorca/Mallorca , 50 mls E of Palma, 5 mls N of Cala Ratjada and 11 mls N of Cala Millor. It is set in a remote clifftop location between Es Telegrafo and the S’Aguila Mountains. Overlooks attractive sandy bay surrounded by protected area of dunes and sloping pine groves. Close to unique wetlands frequented by seabirds.
The area is most suited to the middlemarket holiday maker; best suited for families with younger children.
Accommodation consists of a 4-star hotel, aparthotel and all-inclusive all under same management; holiday village of 1-star bungalows.
Entertainment in the area includes: water sports, horse riding, parascending, kite-flying (off season), walking and cycling trails. Hike to Son Jaumell watchtower perched on top of nearby mountain. Nightlife is centred around hotels with own cabarets, live music, competitions and discos. Small music bar/restaurant. A couple of privately owned snack-bar-type restaurants are about the lot for restaurants with no upmarket options.