The holiday resort of Cala Millor lies in a sweeping bay of clean white sand lapped by the clear turquoise waters of the Mediterranean sea on the east coast of Majorca.
Visitors tackling the 70 kilometres drive from Son Sant Joan International Airport can transfer to the resort by airport coach or hire a car for the journey. The largest tourist resort on the east coast and considered the most lively, most visitors to Cala Millor are there for its beaches.
Cala Millor Beach & Coastline
If you include its smaller sister resort Cala Bona that links to Cala Millor via a picturesque coastal footpath, the wonderful stretch of pristine sand extends for around 6 kilometres and is protected at each end of the bay by headland. Beach facilities include ablutions, sunbed and parasol hire, lifeguards during the summer months and a small selection of water sports. At various points along the beach visitors can enjoy refreshments and snacks in several friendly little beach bars.
Bars, Restaurants & Nightlife in Cala Millor
The central area of the resort is just behind the beach, so when enjoying fun in the sun visitors don’t have far to go for a more substantial meal. Here you will find a variety of shops, a couple of supermarkets, pharmacy, banks, bars, cafes, takeaways and restaurants. Unusual for a resort this size, there are actually two Burger Kings for those that enjoy fast food. Younger visitors and the young at heart can also kick up their heels in a few nightclubs such as Lolly Pop Disco among others.
Attractions & Activities
There are several attractions around Cala Millor and along the coast such as glass bottom boats where passengers can take in the views of the underwater world on the lower deck or enjoy the scenery from the upper deck with a cold drink from the on-board bar. Various horse riding hacks are available from stables near Cala Bona and for ‘petrolheads’ the resort has a go-kart track with karts to suit both children and adults. A little bit further afield, the more discerning visitor can enjoy a round of golf and the camaraderie found at the ’19th hole’.