There are several marinas in Cala d'Or but the big one at the heart of it all is possibly the resort's most famous feature. It's called Cala d'Or Marina and you'll find it in Cala Llonga, a sheltered inlet that was once a fishing harbour but is now home to luxury yachts and pretty sailing boats. The marina is a great place to wander around, stopping to point out the yacht you dream of buying one day and looking for fish in the water. There are also lots of stylish restaurants here, perfect for a meal with a view. For the best outlook over the marina while you dine, try the Yacht Club itself. The marina's so long it pretty much divides Cala d'Or in two. Thankfully there's a mini train to save your legs when you want to go from one area to the other, which is especially handy if you decide the restaurants here aren't for you. There are plenty of restaurants, bars and cafés in other parts of the resort to choose from. Just make sure you try the caldereta de langosta at some point during your holiday; this delicious lobster stew is a Majorcan speciality.