Cala Pi – a small, quiet and placid locality with 550 inhabitants evolved around the same called, beautiful bay. To the east, along the coast, Cala Pi changes into the residential area Vallgornera and Vallgornera Nou, which impress with white villas, beautiful gardens and colourful resident complexes.
Cala Pi has, surrounded by rugged coastlines, a 50m long sandy beach with crystal clear and unreal turquoise water at the end of a fjord-like bay that extends nearly 500 meters into the upcountry of Mallorca. Thus protected, there is little swell, which is for children and boat dock especially fortunate. However, this beach by land is only reachable via steep stairs. At the end of the seaside of Cala Pi bay, is a weathered guard tower dating from the 17th Century which remembers on earlier times when pirate attacks were routine on Mallorca.
To the east, about 15 miles away, is the marina S'Estanyol. Only a few miles away is the sleepy resort of Sa Rapita with its famous sandy beach Es Trenc.