The surroundings of Cala Millor offer the possibility of a range of short excursions: the Costa de los Pinos, the Cala Bona small seaport, Son Cervera and Sant Llorenç for the weekly street market, and Son Carrió. S'Illot stands out for the talayot settlement and Punta Amer because of the large virgin area (recently declared Natural Space of Special Interest) and the tower, a crow's nest built in the 17th century overlooking the long and beautiful Bay of Cala Millor.
The beach at Cala Millor is beautiful. It's the area's main attraction and it's quite unusual to find such a long sandy beach on this part of the island. The rest of the coastline is covered in rocks, coves and caves. The bay of Cala Millor is also well sheltered from the wind. With its fine, clean sand and crystal clear waters, this beach has been recently awarded the Blue Flag.
Mallorca is paradise for anyone who likes outdoor sports, watersports and golf in particular. You can do everything here; from scuba diving and snorkelling to boardsailing and jet skiing; and from fishing to plain old swimming.. There's a watersport center on Cala Millor beach. Here you can practice waterskiing, jet skiing and wakeboarding. Or even a wave-rider-boat and a banana boat here. Loads of fun!
Traditional Balearic Island cuisine is rich and varied. Although it originates from a flourishing fishing industry it also consists of a wide range of food other than fish. In Cala Millor you will find all kinds of restaurants; traditional Spanish, as well as English, French, Italian, International etc. There's a wide variety of food available - something to cater to every taste.
Cala Millor have an offer of selected shops that make such as interesting and tipical of the touristic area of the island, with a lot of products and prices. Our shops have the tipical clasic Souvenir till commond trade marks. You must pass by the shop avenue of Cala Millor, Cala Bona and neighburhood to discover the products and services witch are offered. Check out the local markets held every Friday in nearby Son Servera. You can try also Arta or Manacor for some outlet shopping.
Cala Millor is located on the east of the island in the municipal districts of Son Servera and Sant Llorenc, about 60 kms away from Palma. Cala Bona (located close by) is well worth a visit. It's a small traditional fishing village, with friendly locals, always very welcoming tourists. Head down to the harbour where you'll find a wide variety of open air cafes and bars. Cala Millor and Cala Bona are both firm favourites with visitors. There's something for everyone here. It's the perfect family holiday destination.