Geographical AreaThe Balearic Islands
LatitudeLat 39� 21' 48'' N
LongitudeLong 2� 50' 7'' E
Minimum Draught2 m
Maximum Draught5 m
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The Cala Pi bay is a cave located along the southern coast of Majorca, in the province of Llucmajor. This bay is one of the best known of the Majorcan territory and takes its name from the many pine trees that surround it.
To spot it during navigation, you have to know that it is about two miles east of Cap Blanco and it is also recognizable in the distance, for the presence of a 16th-century tower that delimits South-East access.
The backdrops are made from sand and algae and are good anchoring. The depth varies from 2 to 5 meters.
At the end of the bay lies a fine and clear sandy beach that stretches for about 500 meters inland, side by side with two other rocky walls over thirty meters high.
A small typical urban agglomeration with small houses and small buildings overhangs the beach from the top of one rock. Close to the beach, on the inner part of the bay, small boathouses are placed.
On the beach you can rent various sea equipment (sun loungers, umbrellas), the nearest harbor area is about 4 nautical miles, and it is the Club Nàutic s'Estanyol.
Cala Pi bay is one of the most sheltered coves on the south coast of the island of Majorca. It is open to the south and south east winds, and when the southern winds are particularly intense, entry and exit in navigation can be difficult.
Entering the bay, you should pay attention to the presence of some emerging rocks.
The beach can be easily reached by land, leaving the car in a nearby parking lot or by taking the bus, (the stop is not far from the beach). The presence of a long and steep access staircase, however, makes it a goal not accessible to everyone.
Next to Cala Pi (looking west), you can find another cove, even more sheltered and small: Cala Beltran.
Cala Pi is about 17 kilometers from Llucmajor and 4 kilometers from the archaeological finds of the village of Capacorb.