Geographical AreaThe Balearic Islands
LatitudeLat 39° 55' 47'' N
LongitudeLong 3° 9' 51'' E
Minimum Draught7 m
Maximum Draught12 m
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Cala en Feliu is located about 18 kilometers from Pollença (and 4.4 nautical miles from its port) at the north-east end of the Majorca coast. It is a small U-shaped creek, where many streams flow and is surrounded by high rocky cliffs, covered with Mediterranean vegetation.
The shore and the backdrops of Cala en Feliu are made of cobblestones and stones and offer to the boaters the conditions that are suitable for giving ground. The rocks are partially covered by algae and the unevenness of the seabed is quite important: 100 meters from the shore – and in a space of another 100 meters, the depth is switching from a draft of about 7 meters to a draft of about 12 meters. The area is affected by the winds of the first and second quadrant (of the northeast, east, southeast and south), which sometimes may be strong.
In case of bad weather, you should better decide to head to Port de Pollença and moor at the Real Club Nautico - Port de Pollença, which offers 75 berths reserved for passing boaters. Further, there is a maintenance and repair services, with50-ton travelift and 3 ton cranes, as well as a fuel station open all year round.
At the bottom of the bay, there is a pebble beach, which is mainly reached by sea. The access by mainland is very difficult due to the lack of a defined path. The only way to reach the beach is to venture into the woods of Mediterranean vegetation, in the slopes ground that surround the creek. Moreover, since it is an area subject to particular legislation, it is advisable to inquire at Pollença Tourist Office, on the route to be taken and if any permissions is required.
Cala en Feliu is part of the town of Pollença, a city of Roman origin, founded during the capture of Majorca by Quinto Cecilio Metello around 120 aC.