Beach of Cala Bona
The beach of Cala Bona is right off of the Passeig Maritim de Cala Bona and at the end of Av. Magnolia. It stretches along the promenade in a curvy shape spanning the hotels and promenade with roughly 340 meters in length. This area used to be a refuge for the fishing boats, however in the 1960s the area began developing and ultimately became three separate beaches separated larger rock groins.
During the summer months this beach does fill up quickly, however is an excellent place to spend a day at sea with children as it is often calm, has shallow waters and spans quite a few services on site, making it an ideal place for families and those with special needs - such as wheelchair accessibility. There are access ramps and bars with lateral color strips for visually impaired guests as well. You will also find a shower on site as well as toilets.
During the summer season there are life guards and during the winter it is a pleasant, quiet place to enjoy walks or soak in some sun.
Along the promenade you'll find several supermarkets and tourist services of all kinds, whether you want a quick bite to eat or quickly want to grab a bottle of water. There is also a small playground ideal for younger toddlers nearby. Another one, is just down the promenade.
Parking is available on nearby streets, depending on the time of day and season. There is no parking directly in front of the beach. The beach is roughly 3km from Son Servera or 13km from Sant Llorenç des Cardassar (13 km). Follow the road signs to Cala Bona.