The “Cala Fornells” beach (Majorca) takes its name from the area in which it is located. To be precise, we find this beach between “Punta de na Sardana,” from where the visitor can enjoy fantastic panoramic views which include the beaches of Peguera and Santa Ponça, or the neighbouring “Caló de ses llisses.”
Holiday accommodation, residential homes and various restaurants surround this beautiful beach, occupying the front line of the coast, also dotted with pine trees. This small sea inlet ends in a beautiful beach of coarse-grained sand, with crystalline waters, while rocks predominate the right bank, and on the left an artificial solarium built by the adjoining hotel stands out.
This beautiful beach completes the virtuous triangle of the area, also made up of the “Caló de ses Llisses” and “Caló d’en Monjo.” This section of the coast acts as a natural border between the municipalities of Calvià and Andratx.
Access by road is easy by just following the road signs. Private vehicles can park free of charge in the surrounding area. Public transport is also available. The buses stop in the vicinity of this beach.
Maritime and underwater conditions
The maritime and underwater conditions of this beach, which is open to winds from the east, southeast and south, are suitable for anchoring boats, although sailors are advised to carry out this manoeuvre in the neighbouring “Caló de ses Llises,” as it is more sheltered. However, in front of “Cala Fornells” you will find a sandy and rocky seabed, at a depth of between four and six metres. The Santa Ponça marina is 2.5 nautical miles away.
Cala Fornells beach (Majorca)
The beach has the following services
6 Litter bins
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- Occupancy rating: HIGH
- Degree of urbanisation: URBAN
- Composition: SAND
- Colour of the sand: WHITE
- Texture of the grain of the sand: FINE