Beach volleyball and water sports are the theme for this white sanded, curved beach. You can rent windsurfs here as well and try your hand at riding the small waves or you can just as easily grab a lounger and relax in the sunshine.
A popular beach for families due to the shallow water, soft sand hum of activity, it also has sheltered areas within the pines that surround it that are great for picnics or to escape the heat of the midday sun.
Cala Lena is famous for its excellent Sunday markets that are a short stroll from the beach, so visiting here on that day will give you a little added bonus.
You can buy food and drinks at either the beach bar or the restaurant that are on the beach itself and if you wander a little further up and explore the streets there are plenty more to choose from.
Es Cana is where you stay if you want to be near this beach and it has plenty of accommodation to suit all budgets.