Caló de Ses Llisses
This narrow sea inlet ends in a beautiful, quiet cove. The leafy pines and the mountain that almost touches a crystalline water, as well as the rocks, are the identifying features of “es Caló de ses Llisses.” The gravel and pebbles make up a slope surrounded by cliffs some 10 metres high, on which residential houses can be seen.
This beautiful cove completes the virtuous triangle of the area, which also includes “Caló den Monjo“ or the best known of the three, “Cala Fornells” beach. This section of the coastline acts as a natural border between the municipalities of Calvià and Andratx.
Access by road requires firstly reaching Peguera and then heading to Cala Fornells. Directly where the road ends, there is a car park in a sandy area. From there, we will have to walk around 2 km. to reach this wonderful place.
Marine and underwater conditions
This cove, open to the east and south-east winds, has marine and underwater conditions suitable for the anchoring of boats with a maximum length of five metres, due to the lack of space and depth. In addition, in the middle of this “sleeve” a rock emerges that bathers use as a springboard. Larger boats must anchor three hectares from the shore, where a depth of between three and four metres is recorded, and they reach a seabed of sand and rock. The Santa Ponça marina is 2.5 nautical miles away
Caló de Ses Llisses – Mallorca
The beach has the following services
3 Litter bins
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- Occupancy rating: LOW
- Degree of urbanisation: RUSTIC
- Composition: STONE