On my walk along the beach of Cala Llombards the other day, I happened upon the Caló des Mac, a fascinating spot of raw Mallorcan coastal rock faces.
A Caló is a coastal inlet, not necessarily a beach. In this case, you’ll find rocks and slippery surfaces, boulders and bizarre formations of recent rock slides, all arranged in quite stunning beauty. The photo (below) by Mallorcan amateur photographer, Andreu Vicens Oliver, shows perhaps better than my own image how very special this mini-fjord is. You can find the inlet not far from Santanyí, on the way to Cala Figuera. The photograph by Andreu Vicens Oliver can be purchased as original print in various sizes from his Cafate website, with prices starting from 0,60 € for a 10×15 cm print.
I enclose a link to a video illustrating some of the underwater sights you can find in Caló des Mac.
The photo (top) was taken near Cala Llombards, Santanyí, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: February 8th, 2012. The time was 17:25:15. The photo (bottom) was borrowed from the Internet, courtesy of cafate.blogspot.com and the photographer, Andreu Vicens Oliver. The video was borrowed from the Internet, courtesy of YouTube and MiquelHcampins.
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