Cala Bota is a small, secluded beach located on the southeast coast of Mallorca. The beach can be reached by walking down a steep road or by boat. The beach is surrounded by cliffs and is mostly rocky, with a few small patches of sand. Cala Bota is an excellent place for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. A few restaurants and cafes are located nearby (2-3 km away).
Cala Bota is a popular destination for scuba diving. The water temperature constant is 26-28 degrees C (79-82 degrees F). The water is crystal clear, and the underwater life is abundant. The local dive centers offer a variety of diving courses for beginners to advanced divers. There is a small dock for boats and a dive shop at Cala Bota. The beach is also a popular destination for paragliding and kiting.
Cala Bota is a quiet, peaceful beach with small cafes and restaurants nearby. The beach is not very crowded and is not recommended for families with young children. The beach is frequented by nudists.
There are usually quite a few people on the Cala Bota from October to April.
From June to September the air temperature at Cala Bota is perfect for sunbathing. The swimming season at Cala Bota occurs from July to September, when the water is warm and comfortable for swimming.
Cala Bota rarely experiences rain in July. Generally, the weather is good.