Relax in Charming Cala Millor
Majorca’s beautiful east coast is one of the most vibrant yet serene getaways on the island, defined by a town abuzz with eateries, bars and shops, and of course, a stunning golden beach stretching along clear blue seas, ensuring Cala Millor holidays are a comfortable and indulgent affair. While Majorca may be seen as something of a party island by some holidaymakers, Cala Millor is proof that you can escape the throngs of tourists and achieve a touch of isolated serenity.
Despite the town’s charismatic and friendly atmosphere, holidays to Cala Millor primarily serve as a sun-filled escape in a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere. Whether you choose to achieve this on the soft sand of the wonderful beach, or in meandering on foot around the historical heart of the town, ducking into tapas bars or cafes when you need a break from the Spanish sunshine - Cala Millor will recharge your batteries. A perfect choice year round, pick Cala Millor for a fantastic break in2019 / 2020 or 2019 / 2020.
Things to do in Cala Millor
Snuggled behind the beach sits the town’s pedestrianized shopping sector, which is filled with clothing stores, souvenir shops and leather vendors. The area is also scattered with local restaurants where you can enjoy a bite to eat or a drink between shopping, with plenty of fresh seafood gracing many menus. Peering over the town sits the ancient 17th-century Punta De n’Amer watchtower, sitting within a rugged 200-hectare nature reserve that stretches across a rocky headland of pine forests and sand dunes. It is the ideal highlight for anyone who wishes to enjoy a gentle hike from the town. Your holiday to Cala Millor can also be filled with day trips and excursions, whether you’re looking for family entertainment, or to see some of the island’s natural highlights. The Caves of Drach sit just a short drive away, as does the entertaining Fantasy Park and a variety of golf courses.
Embracing the Beach Lifestyle
You’ll be forgiven for basing most of your attention on the stunning beach of Cala Millor during your Majorcan break, whether you desire a day of relaxing on the soft sand or whether you fancy engaging in some action and adventure in the form of a variety of water sports. The shallow sea is perfect for the kids to paddle around in, while those that fancy some exploration would do well in strapping on a snorkel set and getting familiar with the underwater world around the resort. The beach stretches on for over six kilometres and is punctuated by an extensive set of bars, restaurants and cafes, keeping you refreshed and fuelled throughout your Cala Millor holidays.
scenery during your stay, there are a number of options open to those hoping to indulge in some daytrips around the island. The capital of Majorca, Palma, is home to some intriguing cultural and historical sites, including the impressive cathedral, while the nearby resort of Santa Ponsa provides a little more action and vibrancy by the beach. If you really want to kick things up a notch, head to the infamous party haven of Magaluf for fun, thrills and typical debauchery.