Cala Son Saura 

4.6 (38 ratings)
  • 39° 55' 33" N, 3° 53' 38" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Unavailable
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Unavailable

User reviews (38 ratings)

  • David
    David ~ 18/07/2021
    RAPH'AL | Sailboat ~ 17.15 m

    Very nice cala, large with a lot of space and sand to anchor, suddenly it is very crowded. Very well protected from all the northern sectors, but when the swell turned to the west for a few hours at night we had good pitched and regretted not having pushed to Macarella or one of its even more protected neighbors.

    Très belle cala, grande avec beaucoup d’espace et de sable pour mouiller, du coup elle est très fréquentée.très bien protégée de tous les secteurs nord, mais lorsque la houle a tourné à l’ouest pendant quelques heure la nuit nous avons bien tangué et regretté de ne pas avoir poussé jusqu’à Macarella ou une de ses voisines plus protégées encore.

  • Andy & Lyn
    Andy & Lyn ~ 03/07/2021
    Evanescence | Sailboat ~ 11.7 m

    We arrived late on a Saturday in late June 2021 and the anchorage was packed like sardines in a tin! Superyachts, charter boats and a gazillion day boats. We struggled to find a suitable spot to anchor. We stayed for a week and watched with interest as the demographic of visiting boats changed. It was very quiet after 10pm every evening, until around 11am the following day. The beach is very pretty and it’s easy to get to shore, where there are rubbish bins and a lovely boardwalk. The cellular signal is very limited. And when the wind/swell comes from the South/SW it gets quite uncomfortable. Great holding in sand, avoiding the sea grass patches.

    We arrived late on a Saturday in late June 2021 and the anchorage was packed like sardines in a tin! Superyachts, charter boats and a gazillion day boats. We struggled to find a suitable spot to anchor. We stayed for a week and watched with interest as the demographic of visiting boats changed. It was very quiet after 10pm every evening, until around 11am the following day. The beach is very pretty and it’s easy to get to shore, where there are rubbish bins and a lovely boardwalk. The cellular signal is very limited. And when the wind/swell comes from the South/SW it gets quite uncomfortable. Great holding in sand, avoiding the sea grass patches.

  • Luis ~ 01/07/2021
    Las Sirenas | Sailboat ~ 11.8 m

    Perfect, dreamy and crystalline waters. During the day a lot of boat but at night it is quieter. There is 0 light pollution, and at night the starry sky is spectacular

    Perfecta, aguas de ensueño y cristalinas. Por el día mucho barco pero por la noche más tranquilo. Hay 0 de contaminación lumínica, y por la noche el cielo estrellado es espectacular

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