Flora and fauna
Majorca’s eastern peninsula is made up of a wide range of habitats.
This stretch of Majorca’s coastline is a paradise for outdoor activities such as sailing, windsurfing, beach volleyball, canoeing, water skiing, fishing and scuba diving, and also boasts outstanding facilities for playing football, tennis, basketball and golf.
Cycling fans will love the wide choice of cycling tourism routes that are the ideal way of discovering new and surprising natural landscapes. Cala Rajada is also the starting point of several signposted hiking, trekking and Nordic Walking trails that make their way both inland and along the coast.
The local cuisine is renowned for its mouth-watering flavours and variety. Traditional dishes include frit de porc (stir-fried pork, potatoes and peppers), tumbet (Majorca’s version of ratatouille), arròs brut (a meat and vegetable rice dish) and sopes mallorquines (vegetables and meat simmered slowly with bread to soak up the stock).