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How long is a transfer from Palma Airport to Cala Ratjada?

A Private Taxi transfer from Majorca Palma Airport to Cala Ratjada takes about 75 minutes. For budget-friendly transport to your destination, our low cost Shuttle to Cala Ratjada takes 95 minutes and our Speedy Shuttle takes 85 minutes. Transfer prices start from as little as £16.96, depending on vehicle and any active promotions.

Why visit Cala Ratjada?

The old port town of Cala Ratjada has retained much of its original charm and character, with many traditional Mallorcan fishing boats moored in the harbour. Its scenic setting on the island’s rocky coastline, surrounded by beautiful beaches, makes it a very popular destination for tourists.

Things to do in Cala Ratjada

The main attraction of Cala Ratjada is the array of Blue Flag, white sandy beaches and the surrounding countryside. Nearby Cala Agulla beach is a stunning beach, sheltered by the pine forests that surround it. If you’re not much of a sunbather, there are lots of other activities, such as water sports, to do at the beach. If you get tired at the beach you can pay a visit to one of the resort’s historical places of interest, such as the sculpture gardens or the 19th century lighthouse at Punta de Capdepera.

Top restaurants in Cala Ratjada

There are plenty of restaurants to choose from in Cala Ratjada and, whether you prefer international cuisine or traditional Spanish food, there will be something for all tastes. Es Coll d’Os is a great, family run place that serves up locally sourced meals and Ca’n Maya has a good reputation as an authentic but low-key fish restaurant.

Popular places to visit

If you want to discover some of the surrounding area, the nearby resorts of Cala Agulla and Cala de Sa Font offer up even more pristine beaches and crystal clear waters. For some culture, take a trip to Capdepera, where you can explore the narrow old town streets and take in the views from the castle ruins on the hill. If you visit in May then don’t miss the medieval market that brings in visitors from all over the island. Or, head to the ancient town of Arta, hidden away from tourism in the rural, hilly countryside.

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