This inlet opens up between Cala Santanyí and Cabo des Moro, constituting an idyllic enclave. If the sea is calm and the wind favourable, you can anchor outside, on a level with the first hotel you will see on the port side, trying not to hinder the passage of vessels. It is well worth exploring Cala Figuera on board the tender so as to take in all its beauty. It is one of the longest (800 m), narrowest and most sheltered coves from the Balearic sea, and is divided into two inlets: Caló d’En Boira and Caló d’En Busques. The mouth is a hundred metres wide, but it abruptly reduces to half this size and continues to narrow as it comes closer to land. Small boats and a little fishing fleet moor here. A walk along the quay will take you to Es Morràs or the lighthouse of la Torre d’En Beu. Nearby, several restaurants specialize in fish and seafood.