Located in the municipality of Calvià, on the south-western coast of Mallorca, Cala Cap Falcó is a small, secluded beach with crystal-clear waters and a lovely rocky backdrop. It's a popular spot for snorkeling and diving, and there's a small beach bar serving drinks and snacks.
The beach can be accessed via a short walk from the car park, and there's an accessible public toilet on site. Dogs are not allowed on the beach.
This is a "Blue Flag" beach.
Cala Cap Falcó is accessible by car, but the nearby town of Calvià is also well served by buses and taxis. For those arriving by public transport, it's a steep 10-minute walk from the bus stop at Cala Cap Falcó back to the beach.
The beach is open all year round, but the bar only opens from mid-June to mid-September. There's no infrastructure for the rest of the year, so guests need to bring everything they need to enjoy their stay.
Cala Cap Falcó is an excellent spot for snorkellers and divers, with lots of underwater delights for those who are prepared to put in a little effort. The rocky coastline is home to marine life, including sea fans, sea anemones, and starfish. It's also the perfect spot for a spot of snorkeling with dolphins.
There are usually quite a few people on the Cala Cap Falcó from October to May.
From June to September the air temperature at Cala Cap Falcó is perfect for sunbathing. The swimming season at Cala Cap Falcó occurs from July to September, when the water is warm and comfortable for swimming.
Cala Cap Falcó rarely experiences rain in July. Generally, the weather is good.