Cala Martina is a small beach located in a pristine natural environment. It is an creek unknown by many people, so you will rest for sure. Most days this beach hasn´t a large influx of people so you can rest easy. Except, perhaps, the days of hippie market in Es Canar. Its waters are crystal clear and has margins are rock, great for diving enthusiasts.
It is next to the campsite Chirincana and sand is thin and warm. It is a truly paradisiacal place outside the madding crowd.
If you like walking, walk along the coast to the right and you will find some spectacular private homes and other small beaches and wooded areas. If you go ahead eventually would reach Santa Eulalia.
On the left side there are a few houses and right behind a small forest is S'Argamassa coast, with a higher concentration of hotels.
When the wind blows from the South is one of the most popular beaches on the island for windsurfers, whether beginners or professionals.
From here you can see the islets Redona and Illa Illa de Santa Eulària, frequented by divers because of the caves of their funds.
Sunbeds, parasols, restaurants, bars, diving school, facilities for the practice of sailing and water sports and a couple of bars, one of which is open all year, pedal boats, sailing and windsurfing.
There are two good bars at both ends of the beach. One of them, Chirincana Bar has live music in the summer nights - soul, reggae and percussion.
Getting to Cala Marina
On foot or by bicycle from Es Canar is a short walk. If you go by car, parking is limited so it is best to park in the street markets of Es Canar and walk to the beach.
You have to take the road of Es Canar (Santa Eulalia part, turning right at the first roundabout exit of the village towards Sant Carles). At 3 km., You'll see a double right road. The right one goes to S'Argamassa and left to Punta Arabi and Cala Martina. This road leads practically to the shore. It is the first beach on the right of the road.