Its large extension of sand, 130 metres long and 110 metres wide, is located between the sea and a marshy area which leads out into a gorge. The Cala en Porter beach is located in one of the first residential areas of the island. Near the beach we can find a watch tower; a defence tower built of stone and mortar.
Along the cliffs that surround the beach we can visit the Cova d’en Xoroi; a cave refurbished into a disco which offers privileged views of the sea.
The access from Maó is done by heading towards Sant Climent and following the way which leads us to the coast.