After most of the building sins from the times of the tourist boom have been demolished, you can find in Cala Figuera mainly beautiful vacation apartments in a higher standard. Due to the location on the long, fjord-like bay, many of the apartments and also most of the hotel rooms in the medium-sized or small hotels have beautiful views over the bay or the harbor.
Cala Figuera means fig bay and again and again you will find magnificent old specimens of the fig tree in the village and around it. White painted houses or those made of the typical red-brown natural stones contrast photogenically with the fresh green of the fig trees and the dark green of the shutters and the gates on the boathouses. Cala Figuera is an idyll for lovers of picturesque photo motifs and an ideal starting point for hiking, climbing or diving.
While in the west of Mallorca in the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana there are always rainy days until well into February and March, this is rather rare in the east. Of course, there are also rain showers in Cala Figuera in spring, but they rarely last the whole day. So the place offers itself already early in the year for a vacation with extended walks and hikes. Fresh green, blossoming trees and bushes reward a guest who dares to visit the Balearic Islands already at this time of the year. However, the water temperatures are not inviting for swimming in the sea. It is not until June that the Mediterranean Sea around Mallorca reaches the magical 20 degree mark, which for most vacationers is the minimum for a swim in the sea.