The beach of Cala en Porter, located in the municipality of Alaior is characterized by its fine sand and high cliffs that protect it from the wind and turn it into an ideal cove for anchoring recreation boats. It’s a place of great natural beauty with a fiord-like profile and spectacular caves. The beach is about 13 km from Maó, a half-hour trip by taxi or coach. The best thing about this beach with fine white sand is that it rarely has waves.. You can walk many meters offshore without covering more than the waist. It's a great delight to take a bath with children. The beach also features a playground, pedalos, kayaks, restaurants, bars, shops, WCs, disabled-friendly access and more. Here, you simply can't get bored. Another curiosity is that only the left bank is urbanized. The other half is completely wild. Come with children to feed the ducks at the pond that behind the beach. They'll love it!
The resort of Cala en Porter, accommodated on one of the cliffs, was among the first of the island attracting international tourism. Until today it hosts an important British colony that resides in the nucleus. Currently, the complex has all the amenities you would expect from a tourist area, including medical services, a pharmacy, car rentals, boats, shops, supermarkets and a wide range of culinary offers. On the cliff overlooking the open sea, you'll discover beautiful, naturally formed caves.
Among the famous Caves of Cala en Porter, Sa Cova den Xoroi is a must-see. It provides discothèque entertainment in an incomparable setting. Built into a huge natural cave that overlooks the sea, it can absolutely keep up with any nightclub in the world. During the day, you can visit these caves to have a drink and admire the sea view. At 11 o clock they turn into a popular nightclub playing the latest dance music until the sun comes up.