For most people, the beach is the main reason to visit Cala Millor, but you’ll also have your pick of restaurants, late night bars, lively nightclubs, plenty of shops to browse and all kinds of water sports.

If you like the great outdoors, don’t miss the chance to get back to nature on the protected Punta de n’Amer headland or in the mythical Dragon Caves. There are lots of family-friendly activities in the area, too, from making a splash on the waterslides at Hidropark to watching the dolphin show at Marineland.

And, finally, to say you’ve really ‘done’ Majorca, you simply have to pay a visit to Palma, the sophisticated island capital; it’s in easy reach of Cala Millor.

1. Palma Spain

Relaxing on the beach all holiday long isn’t for everyone, and when you’re craving a culture fix in Majorca, there’s one place that instantly springs to mind: Palma de Mallorca.
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2. Marineland Spain

The waddling colony of cute Humboldt Penguins is just one of the highlights of the Marineland aquarium and animal park. Here, lives a motley crew of sea lions, dolphins, sharks, rays, monkeys, tropical reptiles and colourful birds.
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3. Cala Millor Beach Spain

A day relaxing on the beach is a day well spent in Cala Millor. The sand is very soft, the sea is a particularly beautiful shade of turquoise and the waterfront promenade has all the shops and cafés you could want.
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