Caló Lleonardes

Caló de ses Lleonardes or Caló de ses Donardes (this name is due to the presence of pita, an exotic plant which came from America) is situated at 15 kilometres from Llucmajor, between sa Pesquera Plana o na Plana and Punta de ses Punxes.

This u-shaped sea entrance splits up into two parts, one of them is a small pebble beach with rocks and sand. This place is normally frequented by the residents of the village of Cala Blava.

The marine and underwater conditions allow the anchoring of boats only if the weather is good, due to the fact that the coast is wide open and not even the boats with little draught would resist the force of the wind and the sea from southwest to north. Nevertheless, if the conditions are good, the navigator can approach the coast and anchor on the sandy areas that can be seen in front of this beach. The nearest port facilities are located at Club Nàutic s'Arenal.

This rocky coast which is typical for the southern and south-western area of the island begins at Cala Sant Antoni, adjacent to the starboard breakwater of Club Nàutic s'Arenal, and finishes at the sandy area of sa Ràpita (Campos). The stretch between Punta de s'Arenal and sa Pesquera des Governador is full of steep cliffs, (Calonet de s'Almadrava and des Cap Alt, es Mollet des Rei, and other corners), a result of the wind, the sea currents and the mouth of the torrents.