Cala Millor – Majorca

 

Transfer Time – 1 hour

Best For – Couples and families looking for an action packed holiday.

Cala Millor is a lively resort located on Majorca beautiful North East coast, with a stunning back drop of pine clad hills, sheltered bay and an massive array of activities on offer both day and night. The British holiday makers have been coming here for many years and it is a popular destination for the Ex Pats of the UK and the locals are super friendly, their sole aim if to make your holiday a one to remember and for all the right reasons.

The daytimes in Cala Millor are generally spent on the 4 kilometres of sheltered golden sand, which gently shelves down into the Mediterranean, with shallow, crystal clear waters. This beach is a popular with families due to the safeness of the beach and you will see many little ones having a paddle and building sandcastles. There are many sun loungers and parasols for hire and for the more energetic, the water sports choice is massive, with everything from pedalloes, canoes, jet skis, water skiing and paragliding to name but a few. This area has its own diving school too, with lessons for adults and children at very reasonable prices. For those who have had enough of the beach, take a wander up the promenade and enjoy the shops, cafés and restaurants or just sit back and watch the world go by. There is even horse riding, cycling and go carting available here too, so there’s no reason for you to get bored.

Evenings can be as busy or as quiet as you want in Cala Millor, eating out couldn’t be easier. There are many traditionally Spanish restaurants and a great range of international ones too, ranging from tapas, Mexican, Italian, chines and Indian as well as many cafés and snack bars and various take sways too. The selection of bars and cocktail bars offer a varied evening entertainments, and most are family friendly. There is even a couple of disco’s for those who wish to dance the nights away.

Cala Millor is perfectly positioned for seeing more of the wonderful island. Cala Millor itself has lots to see and do, one of the being a cultural experience, exploring the 17th century watchtower that overlooks the resort, or you could hop on the local bus over to Palma, with its Gothic cathedral and museums and many amazing shops, boutiques and souvenir stalls. For a family fun day out, why not take in Aquacity, an amazing water park or Marineland in Portal’s Nous, with sea lion shows and dolphins doing amazing shows, kids just love it. Nearby Sa Coma also has a beautiful Safari Park and prove very popular with UK tourists. The Caves Of Drach are another popular day out, experiencing crossing an underground caves in a boat and spending free time in the Port of Monte Cristo. Palma has its own Aquarium, with over 50 smaller aquariums, Mediterranean gardens and even a jungle.

You should never be stuck for things to do in Cala Millor, however, should you wish to leave this little piece of heaven, the Majorca has something for everyone.

Joanna Baker

About Joanna Baker

23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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