Cala Mondragó, small sandy beach within the natural park of Mondragó.
Update 02/02/23. Cala Mondragó is a small sandy beach located on the southwest coast of Mallorca in the municipality of Santanyí, within the natural park of Mondragó.
It is a small sandy beach in a natural entrance of the coast. This beach is a short distance from S'Amarador, a larger beach also within the natural park of Mondragó.
The beach of Cala Mondragó is a beach of fine white sand. Its access to the water is with a gentle slope being ideal for families with children.
This beautiful beach is well protected from the waves, the natural entrance of the coast where it is barely allows the arrival of waves. Its seabed is mainly sandy and in the surroundings we find some areas with rocks and marine vegetation.
On the beach of Cala Mondragó we find all the services next to its neighbouring beach of S'Amarador; bar, showers, bathrooms, hammocks, umbrellas, water activities, etc.
The maritime promenade that joins the beaches of Cala Mondragó and s'Amarador stands out. In addition, in the forests of the park we find numerous itineraries for hikers and spaces enabled for picnics.
How to arrive:
The beach of Cala Mondragó is located on the southwest coast of the island. Its access is from the nearby town of Santanyí.