Geographical AreaThe Balearic Islands
LatitudeLat 39° 42' 38'' N
LongitudeLong 3° 27' 55'' E
Telephone+34 971 565 067
Fax Number+34 971 565 067
AddressCarrer de l'Agulla 111
Minimum Draught1.8 m
Maximum Draught7 m
Max Boat Length18 m
Weather Forecast Service
The Port of Deportivo de Cala Ratjada is located in the northeastern part of the island of Majorca, in the municipality of Capdepera.
It is part of an ancient fishing port core, which has been renovated and adapted to the needs of modern sporting activities since the 1960s. Inside the port area is also the Club Náutico de Cala Ratjada, a sailing club founded in 1975.
The port is public property. The moorings within the port area are 215 and are managed partly by the Government of the Balearic Islands and partly (more precisely, by a number of 85) by the Club Náutico de Cala Ratjada. Of these mooring berths, fourteen are reserved for crossing riders.
The stop for boats longer than 12 meters is always along the pier in public management. The permitted length for boats entering the harbor is between 4 and 18 meters. At the port mouth the draft is 7 meters, while decreases in dock, only accepting boats which have a draft of between 1.80 and 4 meters. The swells waves coming from the south and south-east can make mooring difficult, reaching even to compromise the access to the port.
The convenient location to reach the nearby island of Menorca makes it a very popular port every season of the year, especially in the summer season.
The port of Cala Ratjada offers a security service, a laundry and a fire-fighting service. On the piers, there are columns for the supply of electricity and water and the pedestrians who pass here can use showers and toilets. Inside the port area is present a 'workshop for repairs, a refueling station and a crane for lifting boats.
There is also a car park for those arriving by car.
The Port Mall of Palma Mallorca emits three daily weather reports: at 9.20 am, at 11.20 and at 21.20.
From the port of Cala Ratjada, there is also a ferryboat with destination Minorca. In the immediate vicinity of the landing, you can find hotels, bars restaurants, a veterinary clinic and some supermarket.
Ratjada Bay is located in the area of Capdepera, an area rich in very suggestive beaches, with different characteristics.
The closest beach to Cala Ratjada is Son Mol, which is less than a kilometer from the harbor. It is about 150 meters long, sandy and easily accessible from the mainland. It is generally crowded in summer due to its convenient land access, as well as to the many boaters who are anchoring near the beach. In Son Mol you can take advantage of toilets and showers, hire sun loungers and umbrellas. There is also a kiosk on the beach.
Not far from Cala Ratjada there is also the beach of Cala Gat, “wilder" and with fewer services available in the vicinity, but very suggestive and surrounded by tamarind trees and crystal clear sea. The water in front of the cove are a popular destination for boaters to give bases.
The whole area is part of the Llevante de Mallorca Reserve, so it is good to know about the rules for anchoring, diving and fishing.
An interesting destination for those staying in the port of Cala Ratjada there is the Capdepera lighthouse, located on the homonymous tip, less than two kilometers from the port area. From here, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the area.
In the surroundings of Puerto Deportivo de Cala Ratjada you can find archaeological sites and traces of civilizations of the talaiotic era. In addition, the low reliefs of the Muntanyes de Sos Sastres allow hikers to take pleasant walks.