Cala Murada‘s number one attraction is its picturesque beach, rather than its gastronomy. The hotel restaurant beside the sea serves plenty of classic Mediterranean dishes though and maybe all you need for a satisfying day trip to this part of the island.
Generally, visitors to Cala Murada tend to dine in their hotels. However, there are some relaxed family-friendly Spanish restaurants, pizzerias and cafeterias open in high season in and around this zone. Live music, cocktails, and a decidedly holiday atmosphere are all on offer in this eastern resort.
Restaurante Playa Cala Murada
Book a table here for the best views overlooking Cala Murada beach. The spacious seaside hotel restaurant is open all day long. It provides an idyllic setting for a healthy breakfast, leisurely Mediterranean lunch or animated evening meal with live music. An extensive menu caters for all appetites – and for all the family.
For those seeking entertainment with their meal, this lively venue puts on regular live music events. Their menu is diverse, with plenty of familiar international and Mediterranean dishes. It’s particularly popular with British tourists, who highly rate the cocktail list. On a balmy evening, sitting outside on their terrace with a cover band playing old favourites, a relaxed holiday vibe is almost guaranteed.
This family-friendly Spanish restaurant has been open since 1968, offering a casual setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Surrounded by souvenir shops, it’s a place to watch the world go by for a while from their ample terrace. In addition to a menu of Mediterranean, Spanish and international cuisine, they are also a cafeteria and ice cream parlour.
There are plenty more restaurants to choose from at a short drive from Cala Murada. For exquisite fine dining paired with marina views, you need only head to Portocolom 10km away. Alternatively head inland to Felanitx or Campos to discover relaxed eateries with an authentic local atmosphere.