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Cala Millor

The modern resort of Cala Millor, which translated means ‘better bay’ is located on the island’s rugged east coast, separated from its more quiet and traditional neighbour Cala Bona by a rocky headland. Transfer time from the airport at Palma in the south is a journey of around two hours.

Cala Millor has a quite a wide appeal, but is perhaps more suited towards the traditional family market than those looking for a more upbeat and fun-filled holiday.

Most of Mallorca’s east coast is dotted with tiny creeks and coves; however, the beach at Cala Millor, which stretches for more than 6km along a wide sheltered bay, protected by two large unspoilt headlands, is generally considered to be one of the best on the island; with its clear water and gently sloping sands.

Parasols and sun beds can be hired at various points along the beach, along with water sports activities; there is a good windsurfing school there.

Around Cala Millor Cala Bona
The resort has a good selection of shops, but if you want to do a more extensive shop or shop for gifts and souvenirs then you need to head to one of the larger resorts.

The nearby resort of Cala Bona is easily reached by foot along the promenade, which effectively is now almost becoming part of the Cala Millor resort.

There is a market on both Friday and Saturday in nearby Son Servera. On Tuesday’s at Arta and every Monday, at Arta, which is approximately 20 kilometres distance.

Places to visit
Public transport along all of the east coast is limited, so it may be worthwhile hiring a car if you intend to do some sightseeing whilst on holiday. (see below )

Inhabitants 5665
Level above sea 0 meters
Nearest airport Palma de Mallorca
Distance to airport 60 km
Distance to beach 0 meters
Max. temperature 35 C
Min. temperature 12 C

Approx distances from Cala Millor To ;

Palma - 63km
Manacor - 18km
Porto Cristo - 10km
Porto Colom 23km
Cala D'Or - 30km
Inca - 45km
Puerto Alcudia - 38km
Puerto Pollensa - 45km
Soller - 70km

Valldemossa - 75km
Arenal - 65km
Lluchmajor - 55km
Magalluf - 75km
Santa Ponsa - 80km

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MARKETS In Cala Millor - Cala Bona region ..

Nearest is Son Servera On a friday , buses run regular or you could walk if your fit and active, as its a long walk with hills, alternately Markets run regular in Mallorca so could travel to the markets listed below..

  • Monday: Calvia - Manacor
  • Tuesday: Alcudia - Arta - Santa Margalida
  • Wednesday: Sa Coma - Sineu - Lluchmajor - Puerto Pollensa - Capdepera
  • Thursday: Inca - Arenal - Consell
  • Friday: Binissalem - Algaida - Ca'n Picafort - Son Severa
  • Saturday: Palma - Cala Ratjada - Soller
  • Sunday: Alcudia - Santa Maria - Valldemosa - Pollensa - Porto Cristo

    Tourist Information Offices:

    OIT Municipal Cala Millor
    Parc de la Mar 2c
    Cala Millor
    Telephone: + 34 971 58 54 09
    Fax: + 34 971 58 57 16



    Cala Millor & Cala Bona Things to do..


    Along from the tourist information office is one of the many ticket booths for glass bottom boat trips from Cala Millor that go south with several stops at beautiful coves along the way.


    Cala Bona Marina

    Also many day trips Coach trips to all the rest of the islands attractions can be booked from these booths..


    Other local activity options include the "SA COMA Zoo Safari " just south of town on the road to PORTO CRISTO near Sa Coma and the " GO KARTING track " on the main road out of Cala Millor . For a round of golf there are three courses very nearby at Son Servera, Canyamel and Pula whilst Vall D'Or is a little further south near S'Horta .


    Plenty of shops bars Resaurants along the sea and harbour front at Cala Bona make this a truly wonderful place to stay if your not the exploring the island type..


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    Excursions From Cala Millor & Cala Bona

    Ideally you should hire a car in Mallorca to give you the flexibility to do your own short excursions from Cala Millor & Cala Bona . Head 4km inland to the beautiful village of Son Servera where you can try a traditional Mallorcan sandwich (pa amb oli) from the terrace of S'Oratge Café overlooking Placa San Juan where the the church stands. Several other smart restaurants are available if you prefer something more lavish.

    Just south of Cala Millor you can turn off the main road to visit the lovely beaches at Sa Coma and S'Illot. Both of these small resorts are also mainly frequented by German tourists. Further south you'll come to PORTO CRISTO which is a lovely town and probably the nicest on the island , and is home to the Caves of Drach which are one of the island's most visited attractions. Continue your drive south stopping at will at any number of beautiful coves. Cala dor is a popular destination god knows why ? It has hills and poor parking overcrowded beaches etc,

    Moving along there is some stunning coastal scenery including the national park of Mondragó as well as Cala Figuera and Cala Santanyi which have long been popular with artists from all over the world.




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