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Cala en Feliu, heavenly and flanked by cliffs

This isolated virgin u-shaped sea inlet continued for two hectometres toward the interior, and finishes on a beach as a result of a torrent which flows into the sea in this cove and of the sea currents.

The substract of this small wonderful beach is made of stones and pebbles, surrounded by steep rocks and high cliffs which finish next to the transparent water.

The marine and underwater conditions are excellent for anchoring boats. The orientation of the beach makes it open to the wind of the first and second quadrant. The rocks are covered by seaweed and there is a steep slope on the marine ground of Cala en Feliu, with a depth that ranges from12 metres at 175 metres from the coast and seven at one hectometre. The nearest port facilities are located at Port de Pollença, at 4,4 nautical miles.

There are two possible routes from Hotel Formentor or Cala Murta. Both have to be done on a trail following the profile of the coastline between steep rocks, with the force of the wind and the swell. On this trail you will see old holm oaks and lichens.

These characteristics explain that the beach of Cala en Feliu is not crowded at all.

GPS: 39.9298,3.1636