At the south east coast of the mainland Spain in the Mediterranean Sea is Mallorca, this is the largest of the Balearic Islands. Mallorca is "a little paradise where visitors can find all they need to be happy". There are mountains to walk on, natural parks to wander in, beaches and waters to swim and sail in, bike routes, theatres, museums, discotheques, golf courses, glamour, traditions and culture.
The beaches and coves of Mallorca are known all over the world for their beauty, their safety, their fine sand, their clear water, their facilities and, for their quality.
The Tramuntana coast, which faces north, northwest and west, is the sheerest because the mountain chain drops down to the sea from a height of about a thousand metres. This is an extremely beautiful Mediterranean-type coast with its own peculiar vegetation that almost reaches the sea.
In the center of Mallorca in el Pla (the plain area of the island), is ideal to know the cultural life, and to buy the typical products of the region at the weekly markets is a very interesting experience. This area is also good for cycling tours.
The Cala Ratjada Club Náutico (yacht club) is very near to our neighbouring island Menorca. A lot of boats moor in the harbour during the summer, before to continue its navigation to Menorca.From here there are many beautiful coves to visit such as Cala Agulla, in 1991 declared as Natural Area of Special Interest , or Cala Rotja a little cove with a picnic area, or to arrive to Cala Lliteres; from the terrace of its restaurant you can spring into the sea, also you can go to Cala Canyamel situated between Cap Vermell and Cap des Pinar, it is 300 m long with fine withe sand and with all usual services. At the end of july there take place the Canyamel Fiestas.
Golf de Capdepera
At about 6,5 km from the Hotel Roc Carolina***, located in a wonderful valley surrounded of mountains, ist is an ideal course for beginners as for experts. Golf Capdepera is an 18-hole course, is one of the most well-balanced from the Balearic Islands.
Ctra. Artá - Capdepera, km. 3'5
Telf.: 971 818 500
Diving Center Mero Diving
Equipment hire, courses for various levels, clients transfer from the hotel, and Kids Special (special courses for children) and at about 5 km from the Hotel Roc Carolina***.
Avda. Na Lliteres s/n
Cala Ratjada -Mallorca
Tel.: 971 56.54.67
The Artá Caves are located on the coast in the municipality of Capdepera, in the Cap Vermell, surrounded by mountains that tower over the sea., and at few km from Cala Ratjada and Hotel Roc Carolina ***. The caves have been visited since times gone by and it is very likely that the island’s primitive inhabitants knew of them, as did the various populations that later inhabited the island.
The caves are really spectacular, a place to go and to visit. You can take the bus from Cala Ratjada to the Artá caves and take a tour guide they will give you a complete information.
Carretera de las Cuevas, s/n.
The Drach Caves are located in Porto Cristo a few km from Cala Ratjada, Hotel Roc Carolina *** and from Cala D’or, Aparthotel Roc Las Rocas ***. These are one of the most important tourist attractions. With a length of 2.400 meters and a depth of 25 meters bellow the surface and a subterranean lake where classical music concerts are performed. This subterranean lake is considered to be one of the biggest in the world.
Carretera Cuevas s/n
07680 Porto Cristo