Cala Olivera Beach

Cala Olivera is also known as Cala D´Espart and is a little tricky to get to but it is well worth it. The dirt track is very long and bumpy and there is not a lot of parking at the bottom. There is a small sandy beach and also a rocky area with large, flat rocks great for sunbathing. The water is crystal clear and teeming with marine life making it an ideal spot for snorkeling. It is beautiful down here with the pine trees leading right up to the edge of the beach so don´t forget you camera. If you like to explore, take a walk over the cliff to the left of the beach.

There is a lovely shady spot under the trees perfect for picnics but a beach bar has recently been added too - there are still no rest rooms!

Beach Statistics

  • 350m long
  • Varies from 4 to 10m wide to sea.
  • Pebbles and Sand
  • Beach faces South


  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Exploring
  • Photography


  • Parking
  • Beach bar

Therea are no shops at this beach and the nearest town is Cala Llonga where there are bars, restaurants & shops.

How To Get To

Drive through the barrier at the entrance to Roca Llisa, then turn left at the mini roundabout.follow the paved road down and turn right down a dirt track. Follow this long and very bumpy dirt track all the way down to the sea.