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Cala Mesquida Introduction

Cala Mesquida is situated on the north east coast of Majorca and has a transfer time from the airport of eighty minutes. It is a purpose built resort set around a glorious sandy beach lapped by the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Cala Mesquida is small with few large hotels and apartments. Nightlife is minimal here but neighbouring resorts provide lively entertainment.

Why Go To Cala Mesquida

The picturesque beach of Cala Mesquida is one of its main attractions. The long stretch of fine sand is backed by dunes dotted with pine trees and the beach slopes gently into the invitingly blue sea. If what you want is a relaxing break by the sea in peaceful surroundings, book a Cala Mesquida holiday and you will not be disappointed.

Cala Mesquida appeals to families, particularly those with young children, and older couples looking for a peaceful holiday in a quiet resort. Being close to Cala Ratjada visitors have the opportunity to enjoy a livelier nightlife if they so wish.

When To Go To Cala Mesquida

The holiday season in Cala Mesquida begins in April and ends in late October. Temperatures range from twenty to mid thirty degrees centigrade.

Cala Mesquida - The Place

Cala Mesquida on the north east coast of Majorca is separated from its nearest neighbour by cliffs and pine forests. While much of the coast in this area is rocky, Cala Mesquida boasts sand dunes leading down to a wonderful beach of fine sand. The beach shelves gently into the sea making it ideal for children and weak swimmers. Care must still be taken, however, and the warning flags obeyed, as in some weather conditions there can be strong currents.

Cala Mesquida is a small resort popular with Germans and French visitors, as well as with the British. The accommodation in hotels and apartments has all the amenities that holidaymakers have come to expect. There are shops providing holiday essentials as well as gifts and souvenirs.

Apart from the beach which offers water sports, the surrounding hills are ideal for walking. There are also riding stables close by.

The east coast has one of Majorca’s most popular attractions. Visitors travel from all over the island to visit Drach’s Caves which have an incredible array of stalactites and stalagmites all dramatically illuminated. Concerts are held in the largest cavern which also holds a lake.

Also in the east of the island there is an auto safari park which has a variety of African animals. There is a mini train which transports visitors around the zoo thus avoiding damage to hire cars by the rather destructive monkeys who have a penchant for windscreen wipers and aerials.

There are many resorts on the east coast worthy of exploration as well as some very picturesque inland villages which have changed little over the years. Here you can experience traditional Majorcan life.

A Cala Mesquida holiday offers a relaxing break on a soft sandy beach in guaranteed summer sun, clear blue sea and a variety of restaurants and bars.

Cala Mesquida Nightlife

Cala Mesquida is as peaceful by night as it is by day. There are a few bars and restaurants but it is not a party resort. Those who do like to dance and drink into the small hours can take a taxi to neighbouring Cala Retjada where there are many bars and clubs.

Cala Mesquida Shopping

Cala Mesquida shopping is limited to small supermarkets providing holiday essentials as well as a number of gift and souvenir shops.

Cala Mesquida Eating

Cala Mesquida has a number of restaurants providing a range of fare including fast food. The restaurants around the bay provide a perfect setting for an evening meal with reflected lights bobbing in the water. The restaurants serve a variety of Spanish, Italian and English food. The fish restaurants are excellent with fish freshly caught by the local fishermen. Local wines are very pleasing to the palate and are inexpensive.