Caló d'en Monjo
“Caló den Monjo” (Mallorca) is one of the most beautiful natural enclaves on the island.
Situated in the quiet area of Cala Fornells, Caló is a wonderful natural cove in the middle of a wooded area. This virgin, u-shaped sea inlet ends in a tiny cove where a stream flows into it, and medium-height cliffs surround this peaceful stretch of coast. Pine trees populate the area, reaching as far as the coastline, while pebbles and gravel make up the bottom layer of the “Caló d’es Monjo” slope.
This beautiful cove completes the virtuous triangle of the area, which also includes “Caló de ses Llises,” 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 to “Caló d’en Monjo” is not entirely easy. First we must get to Peguera and from there head towards “Cala Fornells.” After reaching the “Cala Fornells” beach , it will be necessary to continue on foot for approximately 2 km., along a forest path.
Marine and underwater conditions
The marine and underwater conditions are suitable for anchoring a boat, although the navigator should take extreme precautions in the presence of emerging rocks and a dip in the interior of this cove open to the southeast wind. In the outermost area of this “sleeve” there is a rock and seaweed seabed at a depth of approximately five metres. Three nautical miles away is the port facility of the Santa Ponça marina (Club Nàutic Santa Ponça).
Caló den Monjo (Majorca)
The beach has the following services
4 Litter bins
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- Occupancy rating: LOW
- Degree of urbanisation: RUSTIC
- Composition: STONE