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Cala Ratjada

Bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean, in the easternmost part of Mallorca, where the first rays of sunlight of the island are apparent stands the picturesque and popular tourist resort of Cala Ratjada. An ancient and historical fishing port that dates to the Greco-Roman era, which has functioned ever since without losing its charm as a fishing enclave, it has developed into a modern tourist destination of the first order due to its coastline, its many beaches, and coves, as well as a wide range of equipment that makes the centre a multitude of options.

Catering, leisure and all kinds of stores to cover all the needs of its guests. Cala Ratjada is also known as a tourist centre a meeting point for racquet sports lovers. In the vicinity, there are different establishments specialized in tennis and paddle, which provide numerous courts, most guests are racquet sports lovers who come here specifically to practice the same.

Benalup, Cadiz

Benalup Casas-Viejas is one of the gateways to the magnificent Natural Park of Alcornocales between the Sierra de Cádiz and the Marismas del Barbate. It is a unique enclave for lovers of art and nature, and is located just 25 minutes from the nearest beaches of Costa de la Luz.

It has a heritage of great archaeological value from prehistoric times, with pictorial manifestations such as the anthropomorphic tombs excavated in the rocks of the Peñón del Tajo de las Figuras, the Cuevas del Arco and Cimera. A highlight among its monuments is the church of Nuestra Señora del Socorro (Our Lady of Perpetual Help).

Its surroundings offer various alternative leisure, sport and environmental activities such as a visit to the Mirador del Parque (Park Viewpoint), better known as the Tajo de la Sima. The Mirador del Parque is one of the best points for observing the migratory birds covering the beautiful blue sky of Benalup as they fly.

In the surroundings of the Celemín reservoir, visitors can go hiking and practice sports such as golf. Benalup offers various leisure options to enjoy an unforgettable holiday full of art, culture, nature, and sport.

Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is a town in Mallorca located in the Southeastern part of the island. It's one of the favourite tourism areas in the island for its beauty and its various recreational activities. It has a beach with more than 1300 square meters and a paradisiacal cove called “Caló d’en Pallisser”. It’s an area with many restaurants and the best hotel facilities of the island. Offering excellent services and meeting and exceeding the expectations of family and couples who come to Mallorca.
Santa Ponsa is located in the coast and near the “Serra
de Tramuntana”
. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views of the bay and the “Serra Tramuntana” mountains. It is also surrounded by fields and forests, which are ideal for picnicking after the beach and resting away from downtown Palma´s monotony.

Santa Ponsa´s beach is one of the longest and beautiful beach in Mallorca. It’s mainly characterized by crystal, swallow and quiet waters. The beach offers a wide variety of activities and water sports.

Additionally, the beach offers all the services that you may need: sun loungers, umbrellas, showers and even changing rooms and bathrooms. Regarding sailing, you can rest assure: the buoys delimit an area from the coast where boats can moor to a buoy. Additionally, it also includes wheelchair accessible ramps, several first-aid stations during summer from 10 am to 18 pm, and a first-aid centre located in the wooded boardwalk that borders the beach.

Along the entire Santa Ponsa´s coast there many businesses, including restaurants, bars, supermarkets, beach bars and of course souvenir shops. On another note, the beach from Santa Ponsa, has been awarded the “Blue Flag” by the Environmental Education Foundation for its ecological responsibilities’ commitment.

New Sancti Petri, Chiclana

Atlantic and enveloped with incomparable light, there on Costa de La Luz, stands the thousand-year-old Bay of Cadiz. It has a privileged climate, with an average annual temperature of 18ºC and more than 3,000 hours of sunlight per year.

The Bay of Cadiz opens to the sea with its 45 km of sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, which are among the best in Andalusia. The mild climate allows you to enjoy sunbathing as well as bathing in sea late in the year, sometimes until October and November, thus increasing summer period.