Holidays in Cala Millor
Cala Millor is a golden gem of a resort on Majorca’s rugged eastern coast. Wild green headlands and tiny coves open up into the soft sand that makes up Cala Millor’s beach, one of the prettiest on the whole island. The holiday resort is a stone’s throw from Majorca’s best attractions, from the thousand-year old Dragon Caves to modern aquariums that kids will love.
Cala Millor is popular for its year-round good weather.
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To experience Majorca’s finest beaches, top family attractions and natural wonders like the mysterious Dragon Caves, book a Thomas Cook holiday to Cala Millor today.
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The buzzing waterfront is at the heart of Cala Millor, flanked by lush Majorcan greenery wrapped around the jewel in the resort’s crown – its beach. The beach is the best place to lay back and soak up the sunshine, with top water sports and things for kids to do. When they’ve had enough of the sand, take them to the nearby water parks to have fun on the slides or watch a dolphin show at the aquarium. Visit the local markets to find some good souvenirs to take home, and after dark, pick from a range of family-friendly restaurants and bars to spend the warm evenings in.
Cala Millor’s beach is one of the most beautiful in Majorca. On a coast known for its tiny coves and bay, Cala Millor has a straight six kilometre stretch of sand that curls at the edges to form two headlands. Perfect for relaxing family days beside the sea, the soft golden sand is speckled with sun loungers and parasols, with a palm-lined waterfront promenade full of shops and cafes. Some of the best beach attractions in Cala Millor come from the superb water sports centre, which includes a windsurfing school, scuba diving and jet skiing.
Cala Millor has a colourful seafront promenade that reaches all the way to Cala Bona, with a lively town centre filled with shops, markets and places to eat, which becomes an upbeat but family-friendly nightlife zone after dark. One of the biggest attractions in Cala Millor is the Cuevas del Drach, which translates as the Caves of the Dragon. Just 20 minutes down the road by bus or car, the caves attract visitors from all over the island to take a boat tour through the cavernous chambers, explore hidden lakes and see the ancient stalactites.
There are all kinds of kid-friendly attractions in Cala Millor, with popular days out like Marineland just an hour’s drive outside the resort. Marineland has excellent aquariums and shark tanks, plus a tropical house full of monkeys and rare reptiles from tropical climates. You can see penguins splashing around up close and watch the dolphins and sea lions put on a show. There are plenty of things for kids to do in Cala Millor’s nearest water park, Hidropark. It has a fantastic choice of slides, swimming pools and extra family activities including crazy golf and restaurants.
Families: Cala Millor is perfectly situated for exploring Majorca’s best family attractions, with Marineland and Hidropark both close by.
Beach lovers: If long, lazy beach days are top of your list, then Cala Millor is for you – the resort has one of the best beaches in Majorca.
Day trippers: Majorca is full of attractions and things to see. Cala Millor provides the perfect island base.
Language: The language spoken in Cala Millor is Spanish
Currency: The currency used in Cala Millor is the Euro (€)
Local time: Cala Millor is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time
Fly to: Palma de Mallorca (PMI)
Flight time from UK: Approximately 2 hours
Tourist Information: Further Cala Millor tourist information can be found at www.infomallorca.net
Visa & Health: Before you travel, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Cala Millor.
Temperature: 4-32 (°C)
Spring and autumn are great times to visit Cala Millor, when temperatures have just started to warm up from the winter or cool down from the summer. For the warmest weather, book your holiday during the summer when you can enjoy long hours of sunshine and highs of 32 (°C). Or come in the winter for fewer crowds and balmy temperatures in the mid-teens.
By car: Hiring a car is the best way to get around if you’re planning on exploring beyond the resort. The roads in Majorca are generally good and the airport has a choice of international car hire companies at competitive prices.
By bike: Cala Millor is a compact resort that is fun to explore on two wheels, with a number of places to rent a bike. The waterfront promenade has a lovely cycle path that extends up as far as neighbouring Cala Bona.
By mini train: For easy transport around Cala Millor, a handy mini train is on hand to whisk you to the beach at an affordable price.
Summer boating: In May, the city of Palma around an hour outside Cala Millor hosts the Palma International Boat Show. A must visit for fans of all things nautical, the event showcases a range of sailing companies and manufacturers in Palma’s glamorous marina.
Wine buffs: In April, the charming town of Pollenca holds its annual wine fair. Around an hour’s drive from Cala Millor, the trip is well worth it for any wine enthusiasts interested in the local tipple. Visitors come from all over the Balearic Islands to buy the fruits of the region.