With an array of buzzing bars, clubs and a sociable dining scene, Cala Millor's summertime nightlife is ranked the number two thing to do here by Tripadvisor users. Things don't really get started until 10pm and the sangria flows until dawn, so it's perfect if you like to party all night long. You're pretty much guaranteed a lively night out if you want one. You can take your pick from British bars where you can play pool or watch the football, Spanish bars serving tapas or barbecued food, bars with DJs, bars with karaoke”the list goes on. If a meal out is more your thing, the area around the promenade is where you'll find a whole range of international favourites. There's a menu to suit everyone here, but if you fancy a more traditional experience, look out for the local restaurants tucked away from the bustling pedestrianised area. This is where your taste buds will be tickled by Majorcan and Spanish specialities, such as roast suckling pig. Just like the bars, restaurants in Cala Millor keep serving their customers until late, but don't worry if you prefer to eat earlier than the Majorcans, as they do open their doors in good time.