Cala Millor is the largest holiday
resort on the east coast of Mallorca. The town has gradually become
one with the smaller holiday resort
Cala Bona, north of Cala Millor.
The beach in general
Directly translated, Cala Millor means 'the Better Bay’ and the
beach is actually one of the best large beaches on the east coast of
The beach is more than one kilometre
long and quite wide. The sand is bright and fine-grained and the
water is clean and clear. However, the relatively open bay means
that there may be days with sizeable waves.
The beach has all the expected
facilities, such as sun lounges, sunshades, showers and toilets.
Along the beach, there is a lovely seafront with restaurants, cafés,
bars and tourist shops. The seafront leads all the way to the next
town, Cala Bona.
Behind and parallel to the seafront,
there is a pedestrian street, which also offers a tempting selection
of restaurants, cafés, bars and shops.
The beach has lovely sand and shallow water, which makes it almost
perfect for children. However, be sure to keep an eye on the waves,
which often cause undercurrents.
Water sports activities
At the beach in Cala Millor, you will find all sorts of water
sports, such as jet skis, banana boat and parasailing. There is also
a windsurfing school at the beach.
There are many restaurants and cafés along the wide seafront. Two of
the best restaurants are the Italian restaurant
Sapori d’Italia and the more
Cala Millor holiday resort
Cala Millor is the largest holiday resort on the east coast of
Mallorca. It was one of the first holiday resorts, and in the
beginning, it was very popular among German tourists. Recently, the
share of tourists from other countries have increased significantly,
including from Scandinavia and the Netherlands.
Along the seafront with its palm and
pine trees, you will find many big and family-friendly hotels. Even
though Cala Millor is an older holiday resort, most of the hotels
are of high standard.
The town has a large selection of
restaurants, cafés and bars. There are also many shops, most of them
along the pedestrian street. Visitors, who need a change from the
beach life, can take one of the many boat trips or go to
home of the popular dragon caves.