Luxury Villas to Rent in Capdepera

Capdepera is a charming municipality located on the eastern coast of Mallorca. Steeped in history and surrounded by natural beauty, Capdepera offers visitors a glimpse into the island’s rich cultural heritage and stunning landscapes.

Why to choose Capdepera?

At the heart of Capdepera lies its namesake mediaeval fortress, Castell de Capdepera, perched atop a hill overlooking the town. Dating back to the 14th century, the castle is a testament to Mallorca’s past and offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and coastline.

Wandering through the narrow streets of Capdepera’s old town, visitors will discover quaint stone houses adorned with colourful bougainvillaea, traditional Spanish cafes serving authentic cuisine, and artisanal shops offering locally crafted goods.

Beyond its historic centre, Capdepera is home to picturesque beaches and coves, including the popular Cala Mesquida, known for its crystal-clear waters. Nature lovers can explore the nearby Llevant Natural Park, a protected area teeming with native flora and fauna, or hike along the coastal trails that offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Throughout the year, Capdepera hosts a variety of cultural events and festivals, including the lively Medieval Fair held within the walls of the castle, where locals and visitors alike come together to celebrate Mallorcan traditions through music, dance, and gastronomy.

With its blend of history, natural beauty, and vibrant culture, Capdepera is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by travellers seeking an authentic Mallorcan experience.

Beaches near Capdepera

Cala Mesquida: Located just a short drive from Capdepera, Cala Mesquida is a stunning beach known for its fine white sand and clear turquoise waters. Surrounded by sand dunes and pine forests, this unspoiled cove offers a picturesque setting for sunbathing, swimming, and snorkelling.

Cala Agulla: Another popular beach near Capdepera, Cala Agulla boasts crystal-clear waters and soft golden sands backed by pine-clad hills. This Blue Flag beach offers excellent swimming conditions and a range of facilities, including sun loungers, umbrellas, and beach bars.

Cala Ratjada: While technically not a beach, Cala Ratjada is a charming coastal town with several small beaches and coves to explore. Cala Gat, Cala Moltó, and Son Moll are just a few of the beautiful spots where you can relax and enjoy the sun.

Cala Torta: For those seeking a quieter and more secluded beach experience, Cala Torta is a hidden gem worth discovering. This unspoiled cove is surrounded by rugged cliffs and offers pristine sands and clear waters ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

Cala Mitjana: Accessible only by foot or boat, Cala Mitjana is a remote beach nestled between rocky cliffs and lush vegetation. Despite its secluded location, this small cove is popular among locals and visitors alike for its tranquil ambiance and natural beauty.

Where to eat while in Capdepera

Capdepera offers a delightful array of restaurants where visitors can indulge in delicious cuisine. Here are some top choices:


Andreu Genestra, a Michelin-starred restaurant situated within beautiful surroundings. The restaurant has a 6000m2garden that supplies much of the produce used in the kitchen. The menu features Mediterranean cuisine, with local fish, lamb and pork on the menu.


Coco Beach House in Cala Ratjada is a stylish Beach House with scrumptious seafood and sangria and is well worth a trek even if you’re not staying nearby.


The restaurant Cases de Son Barbassa is located on a glass covered terrace, where you can sample Mediterranean cuisine with fresh and natural products, straight from the garden or the market.

A culinary haven offering delectable dishes inspired by local flavours in a charming countryside setting.


Trobar in Cala Ratjada comprises a ground-floor restaurant, basement cocktail bar, and rooftop terrace bar for summer drinks and snacks. Trobar is fun, eccentric, and unique. Go with friends to share as many dishes as possible.

Things you can’t miss while at Capdepera:

  • Explore Capdepera Castle. This mediaeval fortress offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and coastline. 
  • Hike in Llevant Natural Park. This protected area is home to rugged mountains, lush forests, and diverse wildlife, making it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Don’t miss the weekly market in the town square, where you can browse stalls selling fresh produce, handmade crafts, and traditional souvenirs.
  • For golf enthusiasts, Capdepera offers the opportunity to tee off at one of Mallorca’s premier golf courses. The nearby Golf Capdepera boasts stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and challenging holes that will test your skills.
  • Visit Cala Ratjada, a charming coastal town known for its beautiful beaches, bustling harbor, and lively atmosphere.

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