Cala Pi

Cala Pi is a tranquil little bay on Mallorca’s south coast, named for the pine trees that line the waterfront in bold contrast to the brilliant cobalt sea. Anchor and swim ashore to the fine sand beach. The bay’s entrance is marked by a ruined turret, and there is a large town above, where you can eat and stock up with provisions. Cala Pi is very popular with the local Hermann’s tortoises, and is a great place to see them up close.

 
Mooring options: 
Anchoring
Things to do:
swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, paddle boarding, exploring
Facilities:
shops, restaurants, bars