Cala Jondal is a breath of fresh air as it's one of the few large beaches with hardly any big development.
The white pebbly beach is lined with a few trendy beach clubs including the Blue Marlin, but there are no high rise apartment blocks or hotels. The theme here is sophisticated and exclusive. This is a favourite for private yachts to come and anchor, then wait for the beach club staff from the Tropicana Beach Club to bring them over in a dinghy for lunch.
The sea is incredibly clear and once you pass the pebbles the seabed is made of soft sand. The pebbles (or large round rocks!) have created a steep bank to get into the sea so it's quite tricky getting down to the water. For children we would advise having wetsuit type shoes or beach shoes to make the walk in and out of the sea a bit easier.
If you're heading here for the day be prepared to part with some of your hard earned holiday money! Although to be honest the food at these beach clubs is worth the money...read our review of the Blue Marlin here. As with all restaurants and beach clubs in high season it is best to reserve in advance if you can to save disappointment - then sit back and prepare to be pampered!
Another FEE awarded Blue Flag beach, Cala Jondal has held this status since 2007, each year and again in 2014.
- Free parking
- Paid Parking
- Valet Parking
- Car required
- Disabled access