For action-packed family holidays with plenty to do, you'll love Cala Millor, with its long, sandy beach and huge selection of bars, restaurants, shops and family entertainment.
Cala Millor is a large, lively resort on the east coast of Majorca, within the district of Son Servera. Transfer times are typically around 2 hours, the resort being 65km (about 40 miles) from the airport at Palma.
A modern resort, packed with tourist amenities, there is plenty going on in Cala Millor. The resort sprawls over some 6km (about 4 miles) of beach within a sheltered bay, between rocky headlands. The resort enjoys fantastic views over the sea.
The sandy beach at Cala Millor gently slopes into clear sparkling water, warmed by its sheltered location. The calm waters here make it an ideal spot for families with children. There are plenty of watersports facilities, including a windsurfing school, plus sunbeds and parasols to hire on the beach. Cala Millor's beach is considered one of the best in Majorca and is a haven for beach lovers and watersports enthusiasts. A flag system is in operation in Cala Millor, and swimming is forbidden when a red flag is flying.. There are boat trips available from jettys along the beach, including glass-bottomed boat trips.
Cala Millor is a purpose-built resort and as such has been designed with holiday makers in mind, with a gorgeous promenade running along the beach, lined with palms and offering a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants catering to every taste. There is a children's play area in the centre of town called Fantasy Park, and also a karting track.
You're spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out in Cala Millor, with lots of restaurants offering everything from traditional tapas and fresh seafood, to burgers, pubgrub and all kinds of international fayre.
There are plenty of shops and boutiques in Cala Millor selling local crafts such as lace, leather goods and ceramics, as well as a good selection of shops selling beach accessories, inflatables etc.
Nightlife is quite lively in Cala Millor, although not so hedonistic as the resorts of the south west, there are plenty of bars, discos and karaoke bars. There are plenty of options for family entertainment, with amusements and arcades along the promenade, as well as familiy-friendly bars. For those wanting to party all night long, there are a couple of clubs and discos in town, including Palace Q.
If you fancy a change of scenery, it's possible to walk from Cala Millor to the quieter neighbouring resort of Cala Bona. Or, in the other direction, a longer stroll will take you to Sa Coma and S'Illot. There are also some bus services around the east of the island, although timetables are somewhat flexible.
For nature lovers, try a visit to the Punta Amer headland and nature reserve, with dramatic views and an old watchtower.
“Set on a stunning long sandy beach, Cala Millor has everything required for a great family holiday in the sunshine.”