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Tucked away in the Balearic Islands of Spain, Cala Ratjada is a historic village located on the popular island of Majorca. One of Spain's most idyllic and peaceful ports, Cala Ratjada has seen an increase in visitors over recent years. This once hidden gem is known for its excellent weather and natural landscapes, offering an alternative destination for visitors coming to Spain. As experts in accommodation, Venere has handpicked a selection of top-quality Cala Ratjada hotels for travelers of all types. The majority of accommodations we offer are located in Cala Ratjada's most central and vibrant areas, ensuring that travel is convenient and stress-free. From a fully equipped seaside resorts to unique boutique hotels, Venere offers a diverse selection of apartments and rooms for rent, taken from the best that Cala Ratjada hotels have to offer.

What's Cala Ratjada Like?

Cala Ratjada is famous for its picturesque coastline. Ornamented with white sandy beaches and crystal clear water, both tourists and locals take advantage of Cala Ratjada's natural beauty. During the summer months, the city is known for its hustle and bustle as visitors flock to Cala Ratjada to warm up after the long winter. One of the most popular beach side resorts is Playa de Cala Agulla. Tucked away in a small bay lined by pine trees, this beach is famous for its serene atmosphere. For those who are looking to soak up more than just the sun, Cala Ratjada is home to some of Spain's most beautiful galleries and gardens. The Sa Torre Cega gallery is situated in a 15th-century estate know as 'blind tower'. Located on a hilltop outside of the city, the gallery displays the works of some of Europe's most famous sculptors in a lush Mediterranean garden.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cala Ratjada

The warm and outgoing local people in Cala Ratjada know they have it good and enjoy activities like snorkeling and scuba diving, as well as relaxing at local cafes enjoying delicious traditional cuisine. Sa Cova and Sa Fonda 74 are two well-known bohemian style restaurants, offering live music and the chance to enjoy some local seafood and expertly made cocktails. One of the best ways to go beyond the tourist attractions is to take a trip to the Far de Capdepera lighthouse perched high above the sea. An easy day trip, the scenic drive to the lighthouse provides some of the best views on the island. As experts in accommodation, Venere offers everything from luxury to budget hotels, offering visitors a home away from home and the chance to experience Cala Ratjada like a local.