Cala Gració and Cala Gracioneta
Ctra. de Cala Gració, 20 – Sant Antoni de Portmany
This marvellous pair of coves are located to the north of the town of Sant Antoni. They are a perfect representation of the typical Mediterranean cove, with sandy bottoms, rocks and areas of Posidonia, the fragile marine plant that helps maintain the transparency of coastal waters.
Cala Gració, the larger of the two, is surrounded by junipers and pines and has several of the typical boathouses on one of its shores. The island of Conejera dominates the horizon and there is a beach bar where tourists can have a refreshment after taking a dip.
Cala Gracioneta is on the other side of a rocky promontory and, although smaller and narrower, is just as beautiful as its big sister, as well as being renowned for its cuisine.
Both coves are ideal for families and are frequented by residents, who appreciate their proximity and the quality of their water.