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What to do in Cala Millor?


Beaches and nature

The beach of Cala Millor is extensive and with small sand. The rest of the coastline is full of rocks, caves and caverns. The bay of Cala Millor is also sheltered from the wind. It is a beach of golden sand and clean waters, reason why it has been awarded with the blue flag. This is a place where you will find a lot of things to do and things to see, all around Cala Millor. Parks, beaches, castles, golf courses, water parks, nature reserves, safaris, glass-bottom boats from which to see the seabed... They are activities for all ages and to enjoy in good company.



The surroundings of Cala Millor, offer the visitor the possibility of short excursions: the Costa de los Pinos, the small port of Cala Bona, Son Servera and Sant Llorenç with their weekly markets, Son Carrio, that's only a few km away. Highlighs in the area are S'Illot with its great "talayotic" village and Punta Amer, an extensive wilderness area recently declared Natural Area of Special Interest, with its 17th-century watch tower overlooking the long and beautiful bay of Cala Millor.


Sports and leisure

Majorca is a paradise for outdoor sports lovers, also for water sports lovers and specially for golf lovers... Here you can practice all kinds of sports, from diving, snorkelling, sailing, water skiing, fishing or swimming. In the beach of Cala Millor, there is a water sports centre. Here you can practise water skiing, wakeboarding... and even have fun sailing on a banana.
Nightlife activities, wide ranged, assorted and within walking distance, is concentrated in bars, clubs and discos.


Shopping and gastronomy

Cala Millor has a great offer in retail trade which makes it very peculiar and typical of tourist area of the island, with its diversity of products and prices, from souvenirs to classic marks well known around the world. It is worth walking through pedestrian areas of Cala Millor and Cala Bona. Don't forget to visit the local markets every Friday near Son Servera.
Traditional cuisine in the Balearic Islands is rich and varied, with special devotion for fish dishes. In Cala Millor, you will find all kinds of restaurants, Spanish, English, French, Italian, international. A wide range of flavours to suit all tastes.

What to do in the surrounding area?



Palma de Mallorca is situated in the great Bay of the same name. Its attractive Gothic Cathedral on the sea welcomes the visitor who comes to town. The historic town is located between the main avenues of the city and marks the place where the ancient walls of the city and port were. The old town is a maze of cobbled streets lined with monuments and Baroque and modernist palaces and boulevards. Visitors will be amazed by this Mediterranean town full of history and charming places.



Valldemossa is a picturesque village located between rocky valleys in the Serra de Tramuntana. The village maintains the tradition of the area with its stately houses and cobbled streets, shops and viewpoints. But his fame comes not only from the majestic mountain beauty, but also from its main attraction: La Cartuja de Valldemosa. Many were guests of the monastery, but the most famous were undoubtedly the composer Frédéric Chopin and his lover, the writer George Sand.


Valle de Sóller

The Sóller Valley, in the heart of Sierra de Tramuntana, is an idyllic place for mountain and nature lovers. It is surrounded by the highest peaks of the sierra and full of fruit crops, orange and lemon trees mainly. The extensive network of trails in the area run by picturesque and slow villages that overlooking the Mediterranean. The village of Sóller looks radiant with its pedestrian streets, traditional businesses, minimalist restaurants and Art Nouveau buildings. A historical tram runs through the Valley to the port of Sóller with its splendid harbour and magnificent villas.


Caves of Drach

Located on the eastern coast of Mallorca, these caves are one of the main tourist attractions, and are, without a doubt, one of the most noteworthy of the island, since they have a horizontal development close to 1,200 m in length and 25 m. depth, in its highest point below the surface. The caves hide inside a large underground lake, Lake Martel, considered one of the largest underground lakes in the world. The visit includes a concert of classical music and a boat trip across the lake.