Welcome to Cala Sa Nau, a pristine example of the extraordinary beaches that the southeast coast of Mallorca has to offer. Nestled between the bustling resort town of Cala d'Or and Porto Colom, and a mere 15 kilometres from Santanyi and Felanitx, Cala Sa Nau is a secluded cove beach. It's a modest 50 metres wide and 70 metres deep, encased by low-lying limestone cliffs. This tranquil spot is a favourite among locals and tourists who prefer quieter beaches that offer a more natural, serene experience. However, it's not uncommon to spot families enjoying the beach as well.

Cala Sa Nau boasts white sand and crystal-clear, blue water, making it an ideal beach for snorkelling and swimming. With no other water sports available for hire, many visitors come here specifically for these activities. You can rent sunbeds and parasols for the day, and there are facilities with showers and toilets. A local beach bar and restaurant serve up tasty beach fare and offer drinks, cocktails and ice cream.