Transfer Palma de Mallorca Airport to Cala Ratjada
How to get from Palma de Mallorca Airport to Cala Ratjada?
If you are looking for a low cost private taxi to get to Cala Ratjada, You have found it! In Raicars Mallorca Transfers we will be happy to offer you our private taxi transfers services to take you to Cala Ratjada.
Cala Ratjada is just 79 km from Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI).
With our private taxi services we take you from Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) to your holiday accommodation located in Cala Ratjada and vice versa.
Our driver will be delighted to welcome you at the airport to take you straight to your holiday accommodation in Cala Ratjada, with our door-to-door service and 1 hour and 25 minute trip.
What to do in Cala Ratjada?
Cala Ratjada is ideal to enjoy a stay in Mallorca with your friends or family. It is a tourist area located towards the east of the island of Mallorca. If you stay here you will be one of the first people to see the sun rise in the morning due to its location.
You will have your choice of the best coves and beaches on the island, where you can enjoy the beautiful crystal clear waters and the lovely Majorcan sun. Some of the beaches you can enjoy are the following: Cala Gat is located near the port of Cala Ratjada, it is a very quiet sandy and rocky cove, if you prefer a sandy beach you should go to the beach of Son Moll which is located at the entrance of Cala Ratjada or Cala Agulla where you will also enjoy lying on the sand with your towel and sunbathing.
This destination doesn’t exclude anyone but if you like to party and you are looking for a good time during the day and you can go to the beach, this is your destination! In Cala Ratjada you will find numerous pubs with a tourist atmosphere where you can have a few drinks with your friends and family at night before going to the discotheques: Bolero, Physical or Keops.
If you like sports, you can play tennis on the courts in Cala Ratjada or in Sa Font de Sa Cala.
You should also know that Cala Ratjada is known for its fishing port where in the second week of October every year the Llampuga fair takes place, if you are in Cala Ratjada on those dates you should attend, you will be able to taste incredible Mallorcan dishes made with Llampuga.
What to visit in Cala Ratjada?
Cala Ratjada belongs to the municipality of Capdepera, a small town just a few minutes away with a population of around 11,500 inhabitants. If you decide to visit it, you will enjoy the essence of the small villages of Majorca with its medieval style that unleashes its cobbled streets leading to the Castle of Capdepera, which you cannot miss going up and visiting.
On the outskirts is the lighthouse of Cala Ratjada which you can reach by bicycle, on foot or by car. The lighthouse cannot be visited inside but it is worth the climb to see the views of Cala Ratjada, and if you are lucky and the weather is good, you will have the opportunity to see the neighbouring island of Menorca from Mallorca.
In the vicinity of Cala Ratjada you will find other destinations that you must discover such as Sa Font de Sa Cala, Cala Mesquida or Cañamel.