Flora and fauna
Majorca’s eastern peninsula is made up of a wide range of habitats.
Cala Rajada lies in Majorca’s north-eastern region. Today, this former fishing village has become the principal coastal resort in the borough of Capdepera.
Its 40 km coastline is dotted with superb beaches bathed by crystalline waters, including Cala Agulla, Cala Lliteres, Cala Moltó, Son Moll and Cala Mesquida.
Cala Rajada lighthouse is the easternmost point of the island, and the closest to the port of Ciutadella, and from where it is possible to catch a glimpse of Minorca’s coastline.
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).