Cala Ratjada, a bustling port in the northeastern corner of Mallorca, is a hotspot for German tourists and a gateway to some of the island's most stunning beaches. As one of Mallorca's key fishing harbours, Cala Ratjada is nestled in the Capdepera municipality and has become a beloved summer destination for families seeking a traditional holiday experience.

The old port area of Cala Ratjada exudes a timeless charm, with its array of fishing boats, including the classic Mallorcan llaüt. It also serves as a launch point for ferry services to Menorca, another gem in the Balearic island chain.

A stroll along the promenade reveals a series of spectacular beaches, from the tamarind-fringed Cala Gat to the pebbly cove of Sa Pedruscada, dotted with quaint fisherman's cottages, and the sandy expanse of Cala Moll. Cala Agulla, a long sandy beach, is just a 15-minute walk from the town centre of Cala Ratjada. Heading towards Canyamel, you'll find Cala de Sa Font, a favourite among families.