A nice undeveloped beach with easy access. Expect it to get quite busy at peak times. The beach is typical of many on the south coast with fine white sand and crystal clear water. The attractive pine forest along the coast and behind the beach provides welcome shade in summer. There are information boards which tell you about the area and the ecosystems it supports, but few facilities as such. The beach is safe for swimming or snorkelling but there are no other watersports on offer.
Cala Mitjana is signposted on the left as you approach Cala Galdana on the road from Ferreries. A winding track leads to a good sized carpark behind the beach.
Nothing major to note. There can be algas (seaweed) on the beach and this is normal, although sometimes the algas are cleared in summer.