Sa Torre Cega

Top choice in Northeastern Mallorca

Named for the 15th-century 'blind tower' (unsighted by similar watchtowers) at its centre, this coastal estate was built in the early 20th century by the noted architect Guillem Reynés Font. The beautiful Mediterranean garden is home to a collection of over 40 works by noted Spanish, Catalan and Latin American sculptors, such as Eusebio Sempere, Juan de Ávalos, Xavier Corberó and Agustín Cárdenas. All guided visits must be booked in advance through the tourist office.

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1. Cala Gat

0.14 MILES

East of Cala Ratjada harbour, beyond Sa Torre Cega, this fine little cove has a pretty 40m beach backed by pine forests and receives far fewer visitors…

2. Far de Capdepera


This lighthouse on Mallorca's easternmost tip is the endpoint of a lovely drive, walk or cycle through pine forests, around 1.5km east of Sa Torre Cega…

3. Platja de Son Moll

0.74 MILES

Cala Ratjada's most accessible beach is the busy 200m strip of the Platja de Son Moll, just in front of Passeig Marítim, in the centre of town.

4. Platja de Cala Agulla

0.95 MILES

At the northern edge of town this horseshoe-shaped beach wraps around a calm, pale-sand bay lapped by turquoise waters on the edge of a pine-cloaked…

5. Castell de Capdepera


Lording it over Capdepera is this early-14th-century fortress. A walled complex built on the ruins of a Moorish fortress, the castle is one of the best…

6. La Antigua Farmacia Melis Cursach

1.95 MILES

The former home and workplace of Antònia Melis Cursach, bequeathed to the city on her death, is now a museum, preserved to look just as an 18th-century…

7. Font de Sa Cala

2.65 MILES

South of Cala Ratjada is Font de Sa Cala, where the crystalline waters are perfect for snorkelling. The serene, 100m-long beach is surrounded by a harshly…

8. Cala Mesquida

2.84 MILES

Cala Mesquida's beautiful sweep of sand (nearly 300m long) and nearby dunes and pine scrub are not just appreciated by human visitors. The area is…