Cala’n Blanes, Cala’n Forcat y Calan Brut


These three small coves are located north of the town of Ciutadella, and have been built around the holiday complexes known as Los Delfines, Cala’n Blanes and Cala Picas. The beaches are shallow and quite narrow, making them sheltered to the bad weather and almost never suffer from the surf. In addition to the sand, you can sunbathe on the rocks of its edges, where there are suitable platforms as easy arrival into the water. These beaches offer all the services and access to the beach is well signposted. You can rent umbrellas, sun loungers and pedaloes. In the middle months of summer, the number of tourists is abundant but the busy is balanced with the convenience of easy parking and complete services. In this urbanization there is the Cape of Baños, the most western of the island, from whose cliffs there is a beautiful sunset and a full view of the bay of Ciutadella, extending to Cape Artrutx. Further north is the boundary of the urbanized area, turning the landscape into a bleak but impressive one. It can be taken-just walk-a coastal path that starts from the end of the Los Delfines and insists, along the cliffs, in the wilderness areas in the Pont d’en Gil, The Amarador, etc.. In the area, the high salinity of Tramontana wind and ground preventsgrowth of most plants. Those found small and spiny, and are perfectly adapted to the environment. We recommend carrying drinks and hat for this little trip through an area of ​​very scarce vegetation. You will not find bars or anything like that until you return to the urbanization!.