The resort of Cala Ratjada is the principal port and coastal development of the municipal district of Capdepera, and is built on a small rocky peninsula on the extreme north east corner of the island, around 65km from the capital Palma.
Palma's city airport (PMI) is the major airport in Mallorca, and has daily flights from many European cities on national and budget carriers. The airport is managed by Aeropuetos Españoles y Navegación Aérea .
PMI is only 9 kilometres from the center of Palma. The city's route 1 bus service runs between the city center and the airport every fifteen minutes between 6am and 1am, and the fare is €1,80.
TIB  runs train services between Mallorcan towns.
Travellers can only drive to Cala Ratjada from other cities in Mallorca; there are no bridges or any road links to other islands or to the mainland. Most cities and towns in Mallorca have road links directly to Palma.
TIB  runs bus services between Mallorcan towns.
Any number of cruise ships berth at Palma, and there are also a number of ferry services to other Balaeric Islands and to the Iberian peninsula:
Buses are the only form of shared public transport in Cala Ratjada.
The attractive beaches of Cala Agulla and Cala Molto are respectively 1.3 and 2 kilometers north of Cala Ratjada. Cala Agulla is sand, and Cala Molto is rock.
The Mallorca high season is between July and September. Book especially early during any holiday weeks or weekends in the United Kingdom or Germany, as Mallorca and Palma in particular are popular holiday spots for people from these countries.