Cala Matzoc, virgin beach located in the Natural Park of the Peninsula del Llevant in the municipality of Artá.
Update 13/04/20. The beach of Cala Matzoc is located 10 kilometers from the town of Artá. It is a beach that alternates areas of pebbles with others of fine white sand. It is a beach of difficult access. By off-road car you can get close to the coast and then follow a walking path for about 20 minutes to the beach. Cala Matzoc is a very little frequented beach.
The beach of Cala Matzoc is not protected against the waves so it can sometimes be dangerous to bathe in its waters, it is advisable to take precautions. It has abundant vegetation in its surroundings with pine forests that provide pleasant shade in summer.
In its vicinity we find the beaches of Cala Torta and Cala Mitjana and the Tower of Albarca.
• Beach with small pebbles and fine white sand
• Length 100m, width 50m
• It is not sheltered from the waves
• The bottom of the sea is mainly sandy with some rocky areas
• Parking at 20 minutes for all-terrain cars
• No water activities
• No hammocks and umbrellas available
• No showers
• No lifeguard available
• There is a bar on the neighboring beach of Cala Torta a 20-minute walk away
• Does not have a pet area
• The practice of nudism is common
• There are no visible buildings in its surroundings
• Low occupancy
• Difficult accessibility
• Boat anchoring is not recommended
• There is no public transport nearby
How to arrive:
Cala Matzoc beach is 10 km from the town of Artà. You must go to Artá and about 500m away from this town towards Capadepera at the petrol station you will find a detour to your left, from this point you can follow the signs to Cala Torta. From Cala Torta skirting the coast to the north after about 20 minutes you will reach Cala Matzoc.