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Beaches and Coastline
More than a million tourists visit each year the municipality of Calvia, located in the southwest of Mallorca, attracted by its hotels and complementary and especially for the many beaches located along its 54 km. coast, some of which have been recognized with the Blue Flag. Many services that involve different actors, public and private, and where coexist varied interests, develop in this environment.

 Wifi Zones on the beaches of Calvià

Calvià has a total of 34 beaches stretching along its coast:

Ses Caló Llisses
Calo d'en Monjo
Cala Fornells
La Romana

Costa de la Calma
Monte de Oro Playa
Cala Blanca

Santa Ponsa
Ses Rotes Velles
Santa Ponsa
Calo d'en Pellisser

El Toro
Cala de ses Penyes Roges

Cala Figuera
Cala Figuera

Portals Vells
Portals Vells I-II
Portals Vells III
The Wizard

Cala Vinas
Cala Aixada
Caló of Bella Dona
Cala Falco
Cala Vinas


Son Maties
It Carregador

Son Caliu
Cala de Son Caliu

Costa d'en Blanes
Costa den Blanes

Portals Nous
Playa de l'Oratori
Portals Nous

Illetes de sa Torre
Cala Comtessa

Cas Catala
Cala Brogit
It Geneto
Buguenvíl · lia


The Beach Management Service's mission is to coordinate all the departments that offer or provide services on beaches along the coast.

Address: Promenade of Santa Ponsa.

Phone: 677 510 337


Bendinat Calvia Vila · · · Cas Català Costa de la Calma · El Toro · It Capdellà Galatzó · · · Palmanova Magaluf Illetes · · · Portals Nous Peguera Costa d'en Blanes · · · Son Ferrer Santa Ponsa


In the short time that separates one generation from the next, the municipality of Calvià has grown from 2690 in 1960 to have a population of 52,645 in 2011. This population explosion that records Calvià is unprecedented in the Balearics, and can only be explained through the phenomenon of tourism.

This produces a substantial change in the occupation of its inhabitants to engage happens mostly to agriculture to tourism. Only in very exceptional cases remains the livestock and agriculture the primary source of income for families. The only sub-sector activity that has some relevance is the building but also focuses the tourism sector.

Another significant change that occurs is in the location of the population, the coast had been virtually uninhabited until the arrival of tourism becomes an almost continuous urban area. This is a change in the rhythm of the city which had hitherto lived in the interior, in Calvia Vila agricultural cores and is Capdellà.

Most new residents come from the peninsula but there is also a large contingent of Europeans, especially British and German. The arrival of new residents from the mainland came to meet the needs of the tourism industry and construction. However, the increase of European citizens in Calvià fixing his residence meets another motivation that is given by the excellent climate and tranquility offered by our town.


A short distance from Portals Nous is Bendinat, which according to legend owes its name to King James I, who in the early days of the conquest of Mallorca after a simple dinner of bread with garlic, declared: "be hem dinat" in Castilian "While we have eaten."
Bendinat Castle was built by the Marquis de la Romana in the nineteenth century. His style is reminiscent European Gothic and is located between the old road and the highway west.
Also worth noting that the Golf Club with a select residential area represents one of the most elegant of our town.
The population of this area is 512 people.

Calvia Vila
Calvia Vila is the administrative center of the municipality. Located at 14 km. Palma, the capital of the island of Mallorca. Located in the foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana on an undulating result of the flow of water into the sea. These currents valleys produced a serene beauty and harmonious where pines grow in the upper and orchards and vegetables in the most fertile areas near the stream.
To find its origin we must go back to prehistoric times, but at the time of the Arabs when it is first documented in the name of the district Calvià Islamic "Al-Ahwaz" or Mayurqa Medina.
In the thirteenth century there were already some villages where farmers and peasants lived each of the estates in which the area was divided. After the area has been inhabited continuously to the present.
The village is set in a central core surrounded by scattered houses, with orchards and fields.
The villa does not have large buildings. But include the Church of San Juan Bautista, and the new City Hall.
The church of San Juan Bautista is originally from 1604 and was rebuilt in 1867. It is a temple of historicist facade that combines elements neorománicos with a large window and two slender Gothic twin towers where the bell.
The city hall, located at the entrance of the town, was opened in 1989 and was designed by architects Rafael Balaguer and Jaime Vidal, who knew how to unite elements of popular and traditional Majorcan architecture like tile, stone or sandstone chopped, functionality and design of cutting-edge construction.
Also worth for its architectural value outlined some houses and several possessions, beautiful country houses where they lived the nobles or families of landowners who were generally near farmland. These possessions, flour mills and defense towers make up the most important assets.
Every Monday is a market where you can buy local products.
The celebrations of this area are Sant Jaume from 19 to 26 August.
Calvià has a registered population of 2,592 inhabitants.

Cas Catala
Cas Catala is the core of the municipality of Calvia which marks the border with Palma. Its name is due to the late nineteenth century established a Catalan home and an inn there. It is a residential area with villas and apartments scattered along the side of a mountain. There are two entrances to the sea and a small beach surrounded by terraces.
The parties in this area are from 15 to 17 September along with Illetes.
Its population registered with the Illetes area is 3522 inhabitants.

Costa de la Calma
Costa de la Calma is a residential area that stretches between Santa Ponsa and Paguera. In its coast is the beach of Cala Blanca which is characterized by rocky and have several inputs at sea coves plus small stones.
Another important historical event happened in this area: King Peter IV of Aragon landed here in 1343 before snatching the kingdom to Jaime III.
From 4 to 15 August they celebrate the festival together with the El Toro.
Its population is of 1,612 people surveyed.

El Toro
It is a recent development which occupies the site of Ses Rotges Penyes.
Part of its coastline consists of cliffs. At one end originates a projection against which some small islands appear in a straight line ending with the island of El Toro, which gives its name to the area. In addition also has a main cleat urbanized surroundings, and a marina called Port Adriano, flanking another cove known as Sa Recó Frigate.
From 4 to 15 August they celebrate the festival together with Costa de la Calma.
It has a registered population of 2,397 inhabitants.

It Capdellà
It is a small town Capdellà inside sparsely located 3 km. Calvia Vila. It is an urban center surrounded by a quiet spot under the silhouette of Mount Galatzó (1026 m.), Where it seems that time is outside the frantic pace of modern life. It consists of scattered houses and a picturesque newly built church. In the surrounding area are some important possessions, stately villas, such as Son Vic Nou, and Vell, Son Marti and Ses Galatzó Algorfes among others.
Capdellà means in Castilian is "extreme" and the first news we have of this place from the XVII century which makes it the second oldest town in the municipality of Calvia. Its origin lies between the houses that the workers of the old mansions were built
From here you can go to Andratx, Peguera or Galilee, and walking can reach Calvia Vila in a pleasant stroll alongside natural landscapes modified only by the action of the buildings.
The Virgen del Carmen is celebrated from 13 to 17 July.
It has a population of 1,057 inhabitants.


It is a residential area located in the Premises are Pillo. Was urbanized in the late seventies. The whole neighborhood is surrounded by greenery. The homes were built by the cooperative initiative Pablo Iglesias and was the first initiative of social housing in the municipality.
It has an educational nursery, primary and secondary schools and a new sports hall. It also has bowls clubs, a brotherhood and a esplai club.
Right next door is the polygon Bugadellas are committed to representing the municipality's economic diversification.
The most known is the Windmill Galatzó Santa Ponsa, situated at the junction of the Palma-Andratx and Santa Ponsa, Calvia. The mill was restored by a local school workshop.
From 20 to 25 August they celebrate the festival of Galatzó.
Its population is of 1,572 people surveyed.


Just off Cas Català Illetes is taking the name of three islets in Mallorca, Sa Caleta, Sa Torre and S'Estenedor or des Pas, which are off the coast. It is an area where they concentrate a large number of hotels, apartments and residences that make up one of the finest offerings of all the Balearic Islands. Special mention elegant Anchorage Club complex.
Here are two coves, popularly known by the name of Illetas are Sa Caleta and Cala Comtessa. Since the majority of accommodations can access them. The coast of Illetes appears in the catalogs of the major European tour operators as well in most tourist guides Mallorca.
In the area of ​​Es Forti Club stands a watchtower 1580. It is also interesting to note the superb military fort, built in the late nineteenth century, for its privileged location facing the bay and because it is a building of considerable value in Majorcan military architecture.
Due to all these features as unbeatable no wonder that for famous people decided to choose this area of ​​the coast of Calvia as his resting place. Such is the case of the legendary actors Errol Flynn, Tyrone Power, Rita Haywort or heads of state Richard Nixon and King Al Saud of Saudi Arabia.
The parties in this area are from 15 to 17 September along with those of Cas Catala.
Its population registered with the Cas Català: 3522 inhabitants.


Magaluf is practically attached to Palmanova. Its coastline stretches between Punta de Sa Porrassa and Cala Vinas. It is the most internationally known coastal and Calvia. Inside are the Salinas del Salobrar almost completely dried.
The place name of Magaluf first appears as Magaluf ben Jusef documented in 1234, and according to some historians, comes from a Jewish name.
During the sixties were built apartment blocks, towers calls, which were taken as the stereotypical image of the balearization. However, very near, nearby, is located one of the virgin lands of the coast of Calvia: Cape Cala Figuera.
Magaluf has become one of the most important centers of tourist leisure because your offer is varied. We can find the casino, nightclubs, water park, dinner theaters, shopping centers, etc..
The festivals are held in this area from 10 to 15 August and from 31 August to 3 September.
The population census is: 4,463 inhabitants.


Located between Son Caliu and Torrenova, was the first development to be built in Calvia and a pioneer of Mallorca as projected started in 1934.
Palmanova is located 14 km from Palma and is well connected by motorway to the west. It has three white sand beaches that are the characteristics of Carregador, beside the yacht club, the Palma Nova and Son Maties. Thanks to its good state each year receives some of them blue flags awarded by the European Union.
Recently built are two boardwalks, the Palmanova and Es Carregador, featuring gardens, trees and wide sidewalks and boulevards to stroll. It has also installed new street furniture.
It has good hotels with a range of complementary services that can offer everything the discerning traveler wants to find during your vacation.
At the exit of this area Calvià towards Andratx is situated Montcades dels Cruz del Pi, which marks the place where the brothers given funerary Montcada, employees of King James I in the conquest of the island. Another witness to the historical past of the town is the Torre Nova and traced a circular cone, which was built in 1595.
The festivities are from 7 to 9 August.
Its 7138 census population is people.


Its name comes from "oven tar" because this product was manufactured here with the resin of its pines. Here the King James I established his camp before the battle of Santa Ponsa. As village emerged in the early twentieth century, when two of the owner families parceled first. The first hotels were established in 1928, and Peguera Platges 1930 Malgrat. Then in 1958 he promoted the urbanization of the area final, thanks to increased tourism.
Paguera is situated on the coast of Calvia, between Costa Calma and Camp de Mar and three beaches: La Romana, Torà and Palmira. May be considered a mixed enclave, between residential and tourism.
With the recent renovation of the old road Peguera now has a pleasant boulevard connecting the boardwalks Torà Palmira and the interior streets.
On the outskirts is Cala Fornells, a haven of tranquility and beauty with style buildings of Mediterranean villages.
From 1 to 3 September Peguera celebrates its.
The census population of 3,935 inhabitants is.


Portals Nous
Portals is a residential area bounded by Highway Bendinat and west. It is characterized as a quiet cove with a large area of ​​white sand and clear water, appears opposite the island of Sales.
Until the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, middle-class families of Palma built their second homes. At the top is the Oratorio with the image of the Virgin of Portals.
The marina is the center of tourism and elite nightlife, becoming the meeting point of royalty, the jet set, artists and financial
The festivities are from 12 to 15 August.
Its population is of 2,645 people surveyed.


Costa d'en Blanes
In the surrounding Costa den Blanes is divisible into two parts, one built by residential vivendas Na saw Bourgeois and another next to the coast, where attractions include a complex of marine animals and exotic, Marineland.
It has a registered population of 2,006 inhabitants.


Santa Ponsa

Santa Ponsa is historical place to Calvia Mallorca and its beaches since the conquistadors landed the "Mayurqa Muslim", an event reminiscent Landing Cross, erected in 1929 and rebuilt later. This area is accessed from the Palma-Andratx.
At the entrance are the former homes of Santa Ponsa with a property, two towers, one square and one round, as well as a fortified representing the idea Mallorcan estate. The area is also known for its archaeological remains.
In 1925 there were the first attempts of urbanization of the area, but the first project dates back to 1933 following a model garden city. But urbanization in 1955 and also includes two beaches, a promenade, a marina, golf courses and other sports facilities.
The commemoration of the landing of Rei en Jaume are held from 6 to 12 September.
It has a registered population of 11,457 inhabitants.



Son Ferrer

This area is situated between Sa Porrasa and El Toro, near the Puig of Saragossa and the forested area of ​​Cala Figuera. It was an old rural property of Calvia, which was urbanized in recent years.
The presence of talaiots, a burial cave and other megalithic remains impart a remarkable archaeological interest.
The celebrations of Sant Bernat held from 17 to 20 August.
It has a population of 5,989 inhabitants.

Throughout history, our town has received the input (arrival) of several different peoples and cultures have left their mark. The result is Calvià today.


The municipality of Calvià has 56 cataloged archaeological sites, which show that was populated during pre-Talayotic and Talayotic. The ancient villages highlights are the areas are Bugadelles, is Burotell and Ses Sínies. Have also been found in isolated naviformes Son Boronat, the Collet des Moro and Alemany. Talayotic period of Son highlights talayotes Miralles and Castell dels Moros, the towns of Vall d'Urgent, Son Roig Vell and Sa Morisca peak, and establishing trade artisan Abelles Turó Ses.

Calvià lands were frequented by sailors on their way east to the south of the Iberian Peninsula. These people, almost all of Mediterranean origin, used caves and natural grottoes were the first settlers.


Roman Period
From Roman de Mallorca, which lasted from 123 BC. C. to the V century AD, there remains significant. There is little archaeological evidence, among which are the remains of a Roman villa in Sa Mesquida.
Age Media

From V century the island suffered the action of vandals for a hundred years, until the time when the Byzantine general Belisarius conquered establishing his people for about another century.

One of the cultures that had the greatest influence on Mallorca and its people is Islam. Calvià was part of the administrative division Juz'd'Ahwaz al-Madina. The Arabs arrived in 903, conquered Mallorca again incorporating their Taifa kingdoms, and was dominated successively by the Almoravids and the Almohads.

The invasion that has marked the culture and tradition of Calvià is the King James I of Aragon (Crown of Aragon). This king landed in Santa Ponsa on September 10, 1229, and according to the Repartiment Llibre was granted Berenguer de Palou, Bishop of Barcelona, ​​the term of Calvià and surrounding municipalities. These lands were under royal and episcopal jurisdiction, which caused some tensions that were resolved later thanks to the formula of "Pariatge". During these years are consolidated population centers and is Capdellà Calvia, which were created in villages where farmers were agglutinated one of the largest estates in the area that was divided.

Calvià born as a village in 1285, during the reign of James II, the son of King James I who joined the Balearics in Christian culture. In the twelfth century Calvià had already become parish under the name of Sante Ihoannes Caviano. This veneration of San Juan is supposed to come from the existence of a lamb on the badge.

During the Middle Ages much of the population is engaged in agriculture, especially the cultivation of wheat, oats, grapes, olives and vegetables as well as livestock and beekeeping. Given the poverty of the land and the constant incursions by North African corsairs were forced to build a coastal fortification system, with numerous towers.


Modern Age
During this time Calvià vegetative grew very weak. Mortality was very large because of famine, epidemics and diseases resulting from the way of life of the population. During these centuries Arabs were still slaves, except in sea areas to prevent leakage or complicity with the pirates. In the sixteenth century Calvià managed to escape the plague that decimated the population of the area. In the early eighteenth century, drought and poor grain harvests caused a long period of famine that took umbrage with the majority of its inhabitants.

In 1715, there is the subjugation of King Philip V Mallorca and the promulgation of Decree of Nueva Planta. It is then progressively begins castellanización of social life, sponsored by the upper classes as a sign of distinction.


Contemporary Age
At the beginning of this period the population density remained very low and remained mired in extreme poverty, as most of the inhabitants were laborers who were engaged in agriculture, which suffered the consequences of continued poor harvests. However, as the years passed olive production was taking relative economic importance. Still, the continuing poverty, hunger, and the black market by the lack of work forced many to emigrate in calvianeros s. XIX to Algeria, Cuba, Argentina and France.

The labor movement has always been important in Calvia, since for many years the population was basically this class and did not own the means of production. So in 1923 he created the Calvianera Workers Federation, which belonged to the UGT. Later came two other companies: the agrarian Unió Calvià and fraternal. Political life during the Second Republic moved within socialism ideology that characterized the people during these years, while in the rest of Mallorca imposing more conservative parties.

The tourist boom

European societies developed over the last decades of the twentieth century changed their concept of leisure, which considerably affected the tourist destinations of Mallorca and Calvia soon begin to distinguish among the most visited.

The economy of agrarian regime concludes in the early sixties when mass tourism makes its appearance, becoming a municipality Calvia pioneer, who grew animated by strong European investment builder.

The increase in tourism caused both a rapid increase in the construction sector and leisure industry and consequently were created many jobs. This new situation has attracted many immigrants from other parts of the islands and the mainland.

The arrival of democracy

During the transition to democracy began to be drawn decisive plans that have ordered the meteoric growth of the seventies.

In the first democratic elections of 1979 he was elected Mayor Francesc Font, with the support of the Socialist Party. The first municipal pact broke in 1980 and the revision of the General Plan, which paralyzed the construction licenses for a year, caused great concern among tourism entrepreneurs.

The seventies were characterized by strong economic growth and a considerable lack of planning and foresight, causing many disorders, especially those related to the environment.

With recent municipal governments, the situation has changed significantly Calvia. They have built new facilities, set in a network distributed throughout the municipality that covers the ancient shortcomings. Currently, Calvià is implementing Local Agenda 21 plan for achieving sustainable development, ie economic growth is done in accordance with a positive environmental strategy to preserve the future of the citizens of the municipality

The leisure, shopping and entertainment are an essential part of the holiday for anyone. Calvià offers visitors everything they need to take a good impression, back to their place of origin. From water parks to nightclubs, to boat trips, Calvià proposals are designed for visitors of all ages and all tastes. During the day, we are inclined to outdoor activities, taking advantage of the warmth of the climate, and also towards purchases at multiple shops in town. As the sun disappears, the terraces with music, the restaurants or the clubs begin to take center stage. After the heat of the day, nothing better to enjoy the charm of the night

Geographical description
The municipality of Calvià is located in the western part of Mallorca, forming with the municipality of Andratx western peninsula historically we have been calling the Pariatge. It is an area adjacent to Palma, but until the advent of mass tourism was configured as a marginal area within the whole of the island, to the point that neither Jovellanos the quote in its description of Mallorca (Jovellanos, 1843), or most of the nineteenth century travelers wrote their travel books have good mention. Marginal land consists of two small villages: Calvià and is Capdellà be transformed, with the advent of tourism in the Balearic second municipality by population and strong economic engine, population and tourism in the whole of the island.

The western foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana come to die in this town into the sea, forming while the northern part of the Bay of Palma and forming one of the cut and long coastlines of all municipalities of Mallorca with its 39 km in length. Overall is a municipality of 145.52 km2, ranking, therefore, between the large towns of Mallorca. Much of the municipality borders the sea, and its land borders the municipalities of Palma, Puigpunyent, Estellencs and Andratx. Since 2009, its population of over 50,000 inhabitants right, spread among its 28 towns.

As a part of the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana to the sea by the West, we can distribute its relief in two parallel ends, leaving a valley in the center. For the North, still formed by the mountains and hills Galatzó S'Esclop, ending at sea and Cala Fornells Peguera. Instead, from Puig de na Bauçà and of Benàtiga, binds to another ridge parallel to the north, known as Serra de na Bourgeois and also ends in the sea by the Puig d'en Saragossa and Cliffs Cala Figuera, thus forming the northern coast of the Bay of Palma. In between the two mountains we find more fertile land traditionally dedicated to agriculture, which is the seat of the two traditional cores of the term: Calvià and is Capdellà. We are, thus, a town bordered by mountain elevations, with a central valley that opens to the sea at a very jagged coast, forming coves, beaches and cliffs, hence the rich coast.

To describe the municipality does not continue its orographic conformation  although this would explain the excellent climate to be enjoyed by the town open to the south, increasing their hours of sunlight, and protected from the north winds by the two major elevations the term and the entire west of the Serra de Tramuntana, the aforementioned Galatzó and S'Esclop, but we are more interested in analyzing the municipality or crowns concentric circles, which, starting from Galatzó end up on the coast.

It is curious that this puig (Galatzó) is, at once, the more important the term elevation, the symbol of Calvià and mythical place of imagination villager, thus becomes the true landmark of the town.

The first annulus from the estate of Galatzó is formed by the raised part of the plain where the two nuclei settle old Capdellà and Calvià is separated by the elevation that forms Son Font. This area is rural Calvià symbolizing that, despite the proliferation of second homes, some foreign residences and a few farmhouses, yet retains all the flavor of traditional Mallorcan towns. This is where the fields are still breathing this old flavor, and where the properties, with almond trees and some olive trees, with their grazing sheep, give this bucolic air as from the bustle of the coast. Two worlds separated by just a few kilometers, but radically different, and this space wants to be used as new tourist lure in the process of diversification of supply that promotes coastal sector. This area is covered by the torrent of Santa Ponsa, which receives different names according to what makes up the stretch, since, from the foot of Galatzó and along the plain, a lot of courses torrential runoff collected and are united to form as close to its mouth in Santa Ponsa, the namesake stream.

The second annulus would be formed by the descent from the plain to the coast and limit the Poniente highway as limit imposed by man. This transition zone between the rural deep and space tourism, would consist of two very different. The westernmost, which from Son Vic goes to Peguera Vell, is crossed by the torrent of is Gorg and is the best preserved its rural aspect, that just the difference of the first crown above, and the easternmost, which is losing rural character gradually faster, primarily due to the implementation of the industrial zone are Bugadelles, transforming into a transition zone between the rural and urban, with modern settlements like Galatzó neighborhood, close already Highway.

If for many years Palmanova highway and road limits were Andratx separation between the coastal and inland rural tourism, with the extension of the motorway and the strong push for the expulsion of the tourist area of ​​all industrial activity or residential working world, the urban area has exceeded the barrier of the freeway and this psychological barrier has collapsed, causing this transition zone that has become the second crown.

The third crown would be formed at the foot of the Serra de na Bourgeois and continue between the highway and the sea. Despite the varied terrain that makes up this coastal zone, human occupation has been intense and homogeneous in residential and tourist function. This part of the township which has completely changed the idiosyncrasy of Calvia, functionality and economy.

In general, the coastline is rugged and cut. From Cas Català e Illetes the coast is steep, with many entrees and some small beaches, like Illetes, not open beaches become of some importance until we reached Palmanova and Magaluf. From Cala Vinas and along the entire tip of Cala Figuera again dominate the rugged coastline, broken by small coves, such as Portals Vells or same Cala Figuera. We have to wait until Santa Ponsa to find a wide beach, which is quickly limited by the cliffs as we head towards the Costa de la Calma, and is where we find the latest Peguera great beaches before returning to the cliffs on the Cala Fornells and towards Cap Andritxol.

Finally, near the coast, there are several islets, some very interesting in terms of flora and fauna, and some, like Malgrat, with a broad shelf of wealth. These islands are, starting with this, the same Illetes, Sa Porrassa, SEC, El Toro and Malgrat islands.


The northern part of the municipality of Calvià is inserted fully into the mountains of the Sierra de Tramuntana.

The orographic aspect of the region have a number of dislocations with a structure of scales and shifts of high importance. The predominance of limestone karst with intense activity, the development does admirably poljes landfills red lapiaz and sinkholes. In the plains have developed a series of valleys and torrential origin, along the escarpments of the mountains, extensive erosion glacis copies.

The folds are generally directed from SE to NW, showing the sharp front in the coastal part. However, on the southern slopes, the mountain has a mild form with plenty of vegetation, while to the north it does so suddenly and staggered, steep and straight. The differential erosion, driven by network faults and karst depressions, opened a series of valleys.

At the foot of the mountains, especially in the sector-Puigpunyent Calvià, we also find a number of typical forms of erosion glacis. In these and other areas erosion has played an important role in the excavation of their banks. Open farmland begins only reach where the glacis, which marks the limit as better land use for crops.
Finally there are some significant areas, the entire Quaternary, covering the peninsula and Cala Figuera are formed by ancient landslides, shallow beaches and old, along with other modern sediments, being ancient reliefs projecting consolidated dunes.
The ancient landslides have resulted in the present due to sea erosion, the cliffs of Portals Nous and Penyes Rotges. The shallow beaches from ancient marine transgressions are common in the area. The consolidated dunes lining in Portals Vells and Cala Figuera structure materials. These dunes were seized in the operation of blocks, as shown by the presence of abandoned quarries.
Overall, the municipality of Calvià has a Mediterranean character oceanic climate, which is the characteristic of the island of Mallorca, with a hot, dry summer with low rainfall, as opposed to a mild winter and cold. The mean temperature corresponds to 27 ° in summer and 14 º in winter, so we have a temperate climate, with mild winters, where temperatures below 0 ° C are rare, and very hot summers. And finally, the most characteristic factor is the combination of the hottest season of the season with less rainfall records, which obviously affects the vegetation of the municipality.

The region in which is inserted the municipality of Calvià has a very irregular rainfall distribution. The total annual precipitation ranging from a minimum of 313.54 mm in Lighthouse Station Cala Figuera, the most salient point in the south, up to 863.48 mm in the north end of town. Overall precipitation is growing steadily northward as we move into the Sierra de Tramuntana.
The cause of such strong contrasts between distant areas is only a few kilometers topographical inequality of the region. The rainfall regime is due to two different types of causes: the showers of instability and cyclonic rains. The instability showers tend to-be when are some summer storms, caused by instability caused by the Mediterranean air prolonged heating of the lower layers in contact with the earth and the continuous absorption of moisture from the sea. Other showers are due to tropical storms and air masses extramediterráneas require. The rainy season begins abruptly with heavy showers and even torrential, sometimes stormy. This season begins in late August or early September and goes until the end of December. October is the wettest month of the region. In the autumn rains followed winter, moderate and long lasting. These winter rains are interrupted in January, the month in which often predominates anticyclonic regime that reduces rainfall. After this time, the rain returns with a slight increase in rainfall in the months of February and early March. In return spring showers, but with less violence than in autumn. After these, we enter the summer dryness.
The distribution of relief units of the municipality of Calvia overlaps with the vegetation present and human use.
In the marina of Cala Figuera the substrate, very permeable, low rainfall and arid conditions cause very pronounced. It dominates the marine heather and rosemary, which are often covered by pines. In this region had created human action fields, which coincided with the bottom of the depressions. Therefore, until a few decades ago, the landscape was characterized by the contrast of pine rooted to the mountains, hills, coastline and vast treeless devoted to cereals, with few fences and marked by the yellow color of the soil.
In the contact area between the marina and the center of the town there were two important wetlands, which constitute another distinct landscape model: the Great Salobrar Magaluf and Santa Ponsa Salobrar. Of the first we have only some traces in disrepair, in the past was characterized by the presence of large areas of reeds and plants adapted to conditions of intense salinity. Until the last century this pond was one of the areas of distribution of water turtle. The Salobrar Santa Ponsa is also reduced to a minimum.

To the north, in the central part of the town and especially around urban areas, the terrain changes markedly, with deeper soils abound in loamy substrates (whitish coloration) softer and not very permeable. The coincidence of these circumstances with more significant rainfall causes wetter conditions, which allows the growth of holm oak (Quercus ilex) and pine forests, which often have a very thick undergrowth in which proliferate madrone (Arbutus unedo) The mastic (Pistacia lentiscus), steppes (Cistus sp.), etc.. This area is the only known habitat in Mallorca of tortoise (Testudo graeca) and forms one of the most remarkable biogeographical peculiarities of the municipality.
The landscape becomes a mosaic in which alternate crops that occupy the valley bottoms and slopes not too steep, and forests, which are rooted in the peaks and steep parts. As a note of contrast, appear small irrigated areas not too far from the torrents. In these places highlights the presence of an interesting spontaneous vegetation linked to watercourses, and so in the final stretch of the river of Santa Ponsa, appears a riparian forest with deciduous species such as poplars and ash trees, with thick reeds .
Another sector also situated in the central area of ​​the town, which has a peculiar landscape, is the piedmont, linking the foothills of the Serra de Na Burguesa with the coast. The transition of these reliefs to the sea is marked by a plain slightly inclined and human occupation has transformed large areas of almond and carob trees that reach the coast line.
The physiognomy of the party of the included fully in the Sierra de Tramuntana is similar to that of neighboring municipalities and Puigpunyent Esporles, with the tops of the mountains occupied by large oaks, often mixed with pine trees, and the slopes and back valleys with almond, olive and algarroberales that the slopes were articulated in complex systems of yesteryear marshes, assuming its best Valldurgent around.
The north end of town and around the Puig de Galatzó and S'Esclop Mola presents and typical landscape of the highest part of the Serra, with the absence of trees and large expanses of limestone colonized by garrigue formations Mallorcan mountain, highlighting the presence of reeds, palm thorn bearings. The calcareous land has favored the existence of significant karst landforms, with some caves and chasms. It emphasizes in this regard the figure of cavities in the area of ​​Na Bourgeois.
The current landscape has received strong impact of urban expansion process that has profoundly changed the coastline and an important part of the grounds of the marina of Cala Figuera and the central part of the municipality. In contrast to models preturístico landscape, varied models have appeared, but marked by the imprint of urban activities, from low-density residential areas, to the developments with homes between party walls and collapsed areas by the proliferation of apartments and hotels. They all contrast with the inland areas, maintaining the landscape before developers processes of the past 50 years.

By Valerie Crespí Green


No. EXCURSION. 1: Peguera - Monte Fornells - Watchtower (XVI) - Cap Andritxol - Calo den Monjo - Cala Fornells - Peguera.
Short version: Peguera - Calo den Monjo - Cala Fornells - Peguera.
Alternative version: Peguera - Calo den Monjo - Watchtower - Peguera.

TOUR NO. 2: Calvià - Torrente Santa Ponsa - Santa Ponsa.
Short version: Calvià - Camino de Son Pillo - Collet - Calvia.
Alternative version: Circuit Calvià.

No. EXCURSION. 3: Calvià - Vall Black - Son Font - Na Bauçana - Calvia.
Short version: Calvià - Vall Black - Font de la Vila - Calvia.
Alternative version: Calvià - Sa Vall Black - Son Font - Galilee - Calvia.

No. EXCURSION. 4: Calvià - Son Blai - Camino de Son Boronat - Calvia.

No. EXCURSION. 5: Is Capdellà - Cami des Moli Nou - Collet - Calvia.
Short version: It Capdellà - Cami des Moli Nou - Son Pillo - Calvia.
Alternative version: It Capdellà - Cami des Moli Nou - Santa Ponsa.

No. EXCURSION. 6: Is Capdellà - Graner des Delme - Torrent Galatzó - It Capdellà.
Short version: It Capdellà - Graner des Delme - It Capdellà.

No. EXCURSION. 7: Is Capdellà - Sa Vall Verda
And alternative short version: It Capdellà - old Route Andratx - It Capdellà.

No. EXCURSION. 8: Son Ferrer (Passeig Calvià) - Portals Vells - Cala Figuera lighthouse and watchtower - Son Ferrer.
Short version: Son Ferrer (Passeig Calvià) - Portals Vells - Playas del Mago - Son Ferrer.
Alternative version: Son Ferrer (Passeig Calvià) - Cala Figuera lighthouse and watchtower - Cala Rafalbetx - Son Ferrer.

Excursions SERRA DE NA Bourgeois
No. EXCURSION. 9: Coll de Sa Creu - Coll des Pastors - Alzamora's viewpoint - Coll de Sa Creu.
Short version: Coll de Sa Creu - Alzamora's viewpoint - Coll de Sa Creu.
Alternative version: Coll de Sa Creu - Coll d'es Pastors - Puig Gros Bendinat - Coll de Sa Creu.

No. EXCURSION. 10: Two cruises Serra de na Bourgeois.
10th Tour: Coll de Sa Creu - Coll des Pastors - Bendinat - Illetes (Passeig Calvià).
Excursion 10b: Coll de Sa Creu - Coll des Pastors - Serra de na Bourgeois - Costa d'en Blanes - Portals Nous (Passeig Calvià).

FIVE short walks
No. EXCURSION. 11: El Toro (Passeig Calvià).

No. EXCURSION. 12: Portals Nous (Passeig Calvià) - Puig de ses Beies - Capelleta Portals - Potals Nous.

No. EXCURSION. 13: Bendinat (Passeig Calvià) - Cami dels Reis - Arab cisterns - Bendinat.

EXCURSION No. 14: Santa Ponsa - Puig de Na Morisca.

TOUR NO. 15: Santa Ponsa - Peguera

Fairs and markets
Calvià traditional market-Vila.

The typical market and oldest is held every Monday in the town of Calvia, the oldest urban center of the municipality. This traditional market has over 60 stalls located along the main street, among them food stalls, clothing, footwear and handicrafts. The market is situated very close to the parish church of San Juan, whose construction was completed in the late nineteenth century. Other buildings of interest in Calvià are the Town Hall, and Sa Capelleta Can Verger, in addition to traditional Majorcan houses. View Plan

Traditional Housing Market Galatzó.

Created in 2004 to accommodate the needs of a small village located between Santa Ponsa and Calvia Galatzo market, which is held every Tuesday, you can find variety of items such as fresh fruit, clothing and footwear

Son Ferrer Traditional Market

The latest market established in the municipality of Calvià takes place every Friday in Son Ferrer, a residential area between El Toro and Magaluf. In this market you can also find a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, clothing for children and adults, characteristic products of the Balearic Islands, crafts and sausages. View Plan

Market antiques and thrift are Bugadelles.

Undoubtedly, the most peculiar of all is Calvià markets which is in the Son Bugadelles Polygon, where he moved from Magaluf for the influx of visitors and vendors. Held every Saturday and in it we can find the most representative of these flea markets and antiques, collectors items, stamps, coins, antiques, clothes and all kinds of objects used. Moreover, this market combines with another business social task, as part of the collection is aimed at the social reintegration of drug addicts through Projecte Home, an NGO that works with the Calvia Town Hall.

Markets artisans, art and street performers.

Every day, between May and October, in the tourist areas of Santa Ponsa and Peguera, a variety of artists (painters, cartoonists and other tourist activities authorized) enliven the evening walk of tourists who visit us during the summer

Vehicles and transport
Calvià is characterized by a municipality consisting of scattered towns, hence the importance of having a modern road network, an effective traffic management and public transport capable of responding to the demands of residents and tourists.

Emergency services
Emergency services of all
Medical emergencies
C / Jaume I no. 121-07180-Santa Ponsa
971 69 00 80
Civil Guard
C / Miguel de los Santos Oliver # 12
971 68 06 45
Ctra Palma-Andratx, C-719, km. 12.8 to 07,181 Palmanova
971 68 27 81
Local Police and Civil Protection
Carrer d'Alacant. Polígon are Bugadelles -
07180 Santa Ponsa
policiacalvia@calvia.com proteccioncivil@calvia.com
971 00 33 00

Municipal services
Calvia Town Hall
C / Julià Bujosa Sans, batle. # 1 07184 Calvià Vila
Centraleta: 971 13 91 00
Complain more (service complaints)
900 690 690
Foreign residents
C / Julià Bujosa Sans, batle. # 1. 07184 Calvià Vila
971 13 91 85/84
FAX: 971 13 91 08
Mayor's Cabinet
971 13 91 45
Sociocultural Services
971 13 91 81

IMEB (Municipal Institute of Education and Libraries)
C / Julià Bujosa Sans, batle. # 1 07184 Calvià Vila

Phone: 971 139 139

Fax: 971 139 159

Development and economic promotion. Tourism
971 13 91 19
Department of Communication
971 13 91 36

Radio Calvia

C / Lisbon, 6 St. PONCA - 07180
971 13 80 60

Environmental Service
971 13 05 77

Municipal Office Collection
971 67 01 54
Municipal Animal Shelter
Calvià Road, Km 3
971 23 33 28
Justice of the Peace
C / Diego Salvà Lezaun, 2. Palma Nova
971 67 01 22
Single channel defect (Maintenance)
Cami de Ses Quarterades s / n
900 300 422
Calvià 2000
Central Office: C / Illes Balears no. 25 (Polígon are Bugadelles) 07180 Santa Ponsa. Office hours
971 69 92 00
- ER (from 15 to 8 pm, Saturday and holiday)
971 69 01 16
- Collection of junk
971 69 92 02

Job Training Institute i Calvia
C / Diego Salvà Lezaun, 2. 07181 Palmanova
info@ifoc.es / www.ifoc.es / www.facebook.com / ifocalvia
Tel: 971 13 46 13 - Fax: 971 68 30 90

Office of coastline

Promenade of Santa Ponsa

677 510 337

Public Schools
Escoleta Calvia
Església Pl, 1. 07184 Calvià
971 67 00 23
Escoleta Bendinat
C / I Escoles s / n. 07,181 Bendinat
971 40 51 78
Escoleta Palmanova
C / Josep Maria Quadrado, 9. 07181 Palmanova
971 68 09 86
Escoleta Magaluf
C / Coloms, 17. 07181 Magaluf
971 13 15 69
Escoleta "Ocell of Paradis" (Son Ferrer)
C / Ocell of Paradis, 113-A 07 181 Son Ferrer
971 23 00 78
Escuela Infantil Santa Ponsa
C / Puig Blanc, 28
971 69 August 14
Escoleta "It Picarol" (Peguera)
C / Pins, 16. Peguera
971 68 78 51
Escoleta "Na Bourgeois" (Son Caliu)
C / Saragossa, 4 are Caliu Nou
971 13 47 99

Escoleta "It Vedellet" (El Toro)
Neptú Av, 59. El Toro
971 23 74 93


Escoleta "It Molinet" (Urb Galatzó, Santa Ponsa)
Santa Ponsa, Calvia Ctra, s / n

971 13 92 02

CEIP Ses Quarterades
C / Ses Quarterades s / n. 07184 Calvià

www.mallorcaweb.net / cpsesquarterades

971 67 02 75

Fax: 971 67 July 57

CEIP Galatzó
C / Església, 40. 07 196. Is 07,196 Capdellà


971 23 31 67

Fax: 971 23 31 67
CEIP Xaloc
C / Palmira, s / n. 07160 Peguera


971 68 78 64

Fax: 971 68 78 53
CEIP Jaume I
C / of Lleó, 5. 07181 Palmanova


971 68 19 32

Fax: 971 68 23 72
CEIP Cas Saboners
C / dels Coloms, 15. 07181 Magaluf


971 68 16 92

Fax: 971 68 October 28
CEIP Son Ferrer
C / Ocell of Paradis, 113. 07181 Son Ferrer


971 23 00 17

Fax: 971 23 80 07
CEIP Puig de sa Ginesta
Son Pillo Av, 5. Urb 07,180 Galatzó


971 69 90 93

Fax: 971 69 90 93
CEIP Ses Rotes Velles
C / Riu Sil, 21. 07180 Santa Ponsa


971 69 16 50

Fax: 971 69 15 39
CEIP Puig de Sa Morisca
Puig de Sa Morisca Av, 1. 07180 Santa Ponsa


971 69 92 47

Fax: 971 69 92 47
CEIP Migjorn
C / Francesc Arquitecte Cases, 14 07181 Bendinat

ceipmigjorn.bendinat @ educacio.caib.es
971 70 01 27 - 971 40 52 55 Child Fax: 971 40 51 41

CEIP Son Caliu
C / Saragossa 4 are Caliu Nou


971 13 47 98

Fax: 971 13 49 49

Secondary education institutions (HEIs)
IES Calvia (Santa Ponsa)
Ctra Santa Ponsa, Calvia, 6. Urb 07,184 Galatzó
971 69 40 76-971 69 29 February


IES Son Ferrer
C / Condor No.. 9. 07181 Son Ferrer
971 23 04 70-971 23 August 97

IES Bendinat
C / Francesc Arquitecte Cases s / n. Bendinat
971 40 25 65


CREC Son Ferrer
C / Ocell of Paradis, s / n. Son Ferrer.
971 23 15 18
CREC Bendinat
C / Francesc Arquitecte Cases s / n. Bendinat
971 40 40 41
CREC Santa Ponsa
Avenida del Golf, cantonada c / Rei Sanç - Santa Ponsa
971 69 46 63

CREC Peguera
C / Pou, 9 Peguera
Tel: 971 697 922
Centre Universitari de Calvia
C / Ginesta, 7. 07,181 Bendinat
Tel: 971 40 20 68 - Fax: 971 70 23 25

School of Music Josep Rubio i Amengual
Pl Església s / n -07184 - Calvia
971 67 00 00

CALVIÀ Adult School
Adult School Calvia - Calvia CEPA
Sa Porrassa Av, 6. 07181 Magaluf
971 13 13 50
Fax: 971 13 16 25


Office Calvià schooling
(Department d'Education and Culture)
Avenida del Golf, corner c / Rei Sanç. 07180 Santa Ponsa
971 69 78 36

Official Language School

Official Language School of Calvià (Calvia EOI)

(Department d'Education and Culture)
Edifici de l'IES Bendinat, c / Francesc Arquitecte Cases, s / n, Bendinat
(From 15.30 to 20.30.)
Tel 971 700 150


Agora Portals

Vella Crta d'Andratx, s / n -07181 - Portals Nous
Tel: 971 684 042
Fax: 971 679 291


The Baleares International College

Cala Figuera 3A Crta -07,181 - Sa Porrassa

Tel: 971 133 167

Fax: 971 131 751



King Richard III College

C / Oratori, 4 07181 Portals



971 675 850

Fax: 971 676 820

Youth Centers
C / Voranova, 8
Son Caliu-07181 Calvià
971 68 30 00
C / Ocell of paradís, s / n (CREC Son Ferrer)
Son Ferrer-07181 Calvià

Tel: 971 23 14 23

Phone Information
971 67 03 10/971 67 06 50
Calvià Sports Palace
Carretera d'es Capdellà, 55 -07184 - Calvia
971 67 03 10
Magaluf Sports Center
Avinguda Les Palmeres, 23 -07181 - Magaluf
971 13 00 51/52
Sports of Santa Ponsa
C / Riu Sil, 4-07180-Santa Ponsa
971 69 18 25 (evenings)
Sports Peguera
C / Monte 8 -07 160 - Peguera
971 68 61 68
Galatzó Sports Centre
Avinguda Puig of Saragossa, 2 -07 180 - caltazó
971 69 60 43
Son Ferrer Sports Centre
C / Girfalc, s / n -07181 - Son Ferrer
971 23 13 32

Swimming Son Ferrer
Ctra Santa Ponsa s / n
971 13 92 04
Module Bendinat
C / Francesc Casas Arquitecte s / n
971 40 40 51

Swimming Bendinat
Avd Republic s / n
971 40 22 67

Sports area are Caliu 1
C / Tarragona s / n
971 67 03 10

Sports Centre is Capdellà
Municipal Plaza C / Esglèsia, s / n
07196 EN Capdella
971 67 03 10

Municipal Port Sailing School Punta Portals
666 591 159

Houses of Culture

Can Verger Cultural Center

C / Major, 75 -07184 - Calvia Vila

971 67 09 97

Culture House Magaluf
C / Puig de sa Mola, 3 -07 181 - Magaluf
971 13 19 73
Son Ferrer Culture House
C / Astor, 18 -07181 - Son Ferrer
971 23 07 01
Cultural Centre the Bull
Pça. Del Migdia, 3 -07 182 - the Bull
971 23 21 52
Culture House in Santa Ponsa
C / 6-07180 Lisbon-Santa Ponsa
971 69 19 20
Casal Peguera
C / Pins no. 17 -07160 - Peguera
971 13 92 07

Local Social Portals Nous
C / Lluna, 3, Portals Nous
971 13 19 73


Bibioteca Calvia
Can Verger, c / Major, 75 -07184 - Calvia
971 67 05 20


Library Magaluf
C / Joaquim Sorolla no. 3 -07 181 - Magaluf
971 13 15 40
Library of Son Ferrer
C / Ocell of Paradis, s / n (CREC) -07 181 - Son Ferrer
971 23 05 99

Library of Santa Ponsa
Av Son Pillo s / n. Urb Galatzó (IES Calvià) -07,180 - Galtazó
971 69 41 25

Peguera Library
C / Malgrats, 17 baixos -07,160 - Peguera
971 68 55 37


Library of Cas Catala-Illetes-Bendinat
University Center Calvià
C / Sa Ginesta, 7
07,181 Bendinat
Tel: 971 70 December 18
Builder's Library
C / Voranova, 8, Edf is Generator (Son Caliu)
07181 Calvia
Tel: 971 13 92 09

Social Services
Social Service Center Palmanova
C / Diego Salvà Lezaun, 2
Phone 971 13 26 45
Municipal Social Center Ses Rotes Velles Santa Ponsa
C / Riu Sil, 4
Phone 971 69 33 51
Center for social services Son Ferrer
Ocell of Paradis, s / n
971 January 23, 42

Senior Centers
Llar of Major

Plaça Nova, 1. -07,184 - Calvia
971 67 03 03

Center for Aging Calvià
C / Serral 21 -07184 - Calvia
971 67 00 22
Center Capdellà Aging
C / Platges 11 -07196 - It Capdellà
971 23 30 34
Center Peguera Aging
C / Magrat 17 -07 160 lc 1C - Peguera
971 68 76 68
Senior Center of Santa Ponsa
C / Riu Sil, 4-07180-Santa Ponsa
971 69 77 47
Center for Aging Galatzó
Av Son Pillo s / n Bjos. B -07 180 - (Urb Galatzó)
971 69 52 99
Senior Center of El Toro
Avda Bellavista, 57 -07180 - the Bull
971 23 26 99
Senior Center of Son Ferrer
C / Ocell of Paradis -07181 - Son Ferrer
971 23 07 55
Senior Center of Palmanova-Magaluf
C / Minho, 3.1 º -07 181 - Palmanova
971 13 21 69
Center for Aging Portals
c / Japó, 2 -07 181 - Portals Nous
971 67 71 12
Pensioners Association of Son Caliu
Av Son Caliu, 13 07181 Son Caliu
971 68 08 43


Appointment Telefon OF PER A CENTRES FOR TOTS SALUT ELS 902,079,079
C / Riu Sil No. 25 -07181 - Santa Ponsa
971 69 35 02/971 69 46 54/971 69 46 97
Basic Health Unit vila Calvià
C / Jaume III No. 10 -07184 - Calvia
971 13 81 44
Basic Health Unit des Capdellà
C / Major No. 17 -07196 - It Capdellà
971 23 32 50
Basic Health Unit Peguera
C / Malgrat, 17 -07160 - Peguera
971 68 55 35
Basic Health Unit are Ferrer
C / Ocell of Paradís No. 36-A -07 181 - Son Ferrer
971 23 81 63
Centre de Salut of Palmanova
Ctra Palma-Andratx, C-719, km. 12.8 -07 181 - Palmanova
971 68 37 75
Basic Health Unit of Toro
Gran Via, 31 - El Toro
971 23 29 82
Basic Health Unit of Portals Nous
Centre Commercial Plaza -07,181 - Portals Nous
971 67 65 79
Basic Health Unit Bendinat
c / Ses Escoles s / n
971 40 42 55
Basic Health Unit Galatzó
C / Puig of Saragossa, 27 -07180 -
971 69 81 27

C / Germi Porgadors, 12. Polygon Son Castelló. 07009 Palma.
971 29 64 17
Radio Taxi Calvià
C / Na Boira, s / n. Palmanova. -07,181 - Palmanova.
971 13 47 00

Tourist information offices
Santa Ponsa
Via Puig de Galatzó, 1 -07 181 - Santa Ponsa 1
971 69 17 12 / Open Monday to Sunday from 9 to 18 hours.

C / Pere Vaquer Ramis, 1 -07 181 - Magaluf
971 November 13, 26 / Open Monday to Sunday from 9 to 18 hours.
C / Ratolí, 1 -07 160 - Peguera
971 68 70 83 / Open Monday to Sunday from 9 to 18 hours.
Passeig de la Mar, 13 -07181 - Palmanova
971 68 23 65 / Open Monday to Sunday from 9 to 18 hours.




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