Cala Anguila has a beautiful sandy area with gentle slope and an attractive fine-grained golden sand. The cliffs that surround this sea entrance, where a torrent flows into, are not very high and there is a big cave that might be visited. The depth ranges from seven metres at the beginning of the natural entrance to four metres at about 10 metres from the coast.
The accessibility by car to Cala Anguila is easy following the signs from Porto Cristo to Portocolom. The car may be left in the streets of the residential village and you will have to go down the stairs to reach Cala Anguila.
Cala Anguila is a residential area by the beach located within the municipality of Manacor, next to Porto Cristo. Residential development funded by Swiss capital was started in the early 1970s, and the zone was named Porto Cristo Novo. The area is mainly made up of single-family constructions and tourist apartments.