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Cala Bona

Rocks in Cala Bona

The beach of Cala Bona has a length of 550 meters and 9 meters wide

Cala Bona is a small village by the sea close to Cala Millor. The harbor of Cala Bona is a small fishing harbor that has not lost the authentic charm of the old times. While fishermen are sewing their nets, visitors can walk around and enjoy the sun.

The beach of Cala Bona has a length of 550 m and 9 m wide and it has a First-Aid service. Furthermore, before arriving to the harbor of Cala Bona there are three artificial beaches which are very well maintained.

There is a possibility of boarding on a either from the end of the Cala Millor beach or at the harbor of Cala Bona. This glass bottom boats make possible to contemplate the seabed. Also in the harbor of Cala Bona there is a company dedicated to organize diving and snorkeling trips.

In the vicinity of Cala Bona there are small and picturesque beaches, which are ideal for those who want to escape from the crowds in the search of calmness. The nearest beach to the harbor is Sa Punta Roja. A little further north (towards the Costa del Pins), we find the beaches of Port Verd, Port Nou and Port Vell.


 

 
 

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