Beach of Cala Agulla
The beach of Cala Agulla is right off of the famous (and larger beach resort) town of Cala Ratjada - which is particularly popular with Germans. This large sandy beach attracts tourists and locals from all over the island. It is a wonderful family beach that is also close to Capdepera, a medieval town roughly 2 kilometers away. The cove itself measures roughly 550 meters in length and is surrounded by sand dunes, pine trees, and a variety of other vegetation along with rocky areas that are part of the Llevant Peninsula Natural Park.
The beach is very clean and offers plenty of space, even in summer months with large amounts of people, and it is considered to be in top 20 beaches of Mallorca. It offers something for everyone, including plenty of water sports - from SUP (Stand-up paddle) to paddle boats and kayaks. One of the amazing features of the cove is its blue waters, which are typically clear and clean. However, be careful as some spots both in the water and on the beach contain large, shallow rocks.
The cove does receive some windy days, yet overall it is generally safe for children. As with most beaches in Mallorca, you will find lounge chairs and umbrellas available for rent in certain section of the beach.
Across the beach you'll find a few chiringuitos (beach bars) that offer small items such as drinks, snacks, and ice cream. On one end there is a restaurant. There are also public toilets and showers available in certain parts of the beach. As this is a large beach lifegaurds are on duty and conditions can be seen by the flags. As previously mentioned it can be windy on certain days, but generally speaking it is quite child-friendly as the waters are typically calm and fairly shallow within the entrance areas to the sea. Wheelchair access is extremely limited as there is no boardwalk.
If you do not reside or have a hotel booked within the area, then reaching Cala Agulla by car is just as easy. There is plenty of paid parking available, with tickets starting at 6 Euros per day. The large parking lot can be reached by accessing Camí ďe Cala Agulla. Alternatively there are some busses that pass through here.
And on a separate note, Cala Agulla is proud to be one of Mallorca's Blue-Flag beaches.