Cala Mondrago Holidays

Travel Agent's View

Travel Agents View part of the Mondrago Natural Park which is home to nearly 2000 acres of farmland and wetland with many walking, cycling and riding trails

Cala Mondrago is a very quiet village that has not been developed for the tourist market which makes it the perfect spot for a quiet, relaxing holiday.

The beach is part of the Mondrago Natural Park which is home to nearly 2000 acres of farmland and wetland with many walking, cycling and riding trails. There are a couple of restaurants and hotels and a mini train that runs to the nearby Cala d'Or and Porto Petro in the summer months but that is about all.

Although it is very quiet, Cala Mondrago does act as a good base for exploring the area and is only 35 miles from the airport.


Insider's View

 by Anna Nicholas

Majorca Insider This secluded and private little hamlet in the south of Majorca, close to Santanyi, is the place to get away from it all. For nature lovers, beachcombers, snorkellers and those who love outdoor pursuits, there really couldn't be a better base for walks and exploring the Majorcan countryside on foot or on horseback. There are two stunning beaches here with fine white sand, S'Amarador near the main car park which has two simple bars and Mondragó beach which is reached by a narrow path and is backed by low sand dunes, forests and marshland. All around are verdant hills, almond groves, wild olives, wetlands and low pine topped cliffs which together form the 785 hectares of Mondrago Nature Park which was inaugurated in 1992. Having nature reserve status has ensured that this little hideaway remains unspoilt and completely undeveloped. For bird watchers the park's wetlands are particularly of interest because they attract among others, the white crane, the coot, water hen and the little stint.

For those who might fancy a change of scene or more variety when it comes to culinary offerings, it's best to take a bus or car to Porto Petro for a good choice of sea front restaurants, or Santanyi. A few of my favourites in the town are Bona Taula, Es Cantonet and the very affordable Italian pizza house, Pomodoro. Likewise, for shops, it's best to head north to Cala d'Or where there is a huge range of restaurants, bars and shops. Mind you, if you've chosen to stay in this beautiful idyll, it's unlikely that you'll be attracted by the bright lights or super yachts along the coast. No doubt the pop of a cork from a bottle of chilled cava and the sound of crashing waves is the only sound you'll want to hear as you lie back on the pristine sand enjoying yet another golden Majorcan sunset.
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