Cala Millor, highlights its extensive white sand beach and its coastal landscapes.
Update 02/02/23. Pleasingly located on Mallorca's east coast, this superior tourist resort epitomises confidence and growth. The main attraction is its extensive Cala Millor bay-shaped beach. This white sandy panorama stretches for almost two kilometres. It offers clear blue waters backed by its landscaped promenade covering it entire length. The perfect scenic location, here you discover the preferred choice of both strollers, sun and beach worshippers.
In Cala Millor we find a wide range of hotels and apartments, most of them facing the sea. Along with the hotel infrastructure we also find numerous restaurants, bars and shops.
For those whose lifestyle or holistic approach requires opportunity for fitness-wealth, Cala Millor is perhaps the perfect location to live their dream. On affordable offer there are different points of hire bikes. There is also ample opportunity for those whose fitness or pleasure routine includes liking for tennis, squash, football, beach volleyball, diving, golf and other sporting inducements. Those who take life a little less physical will not be disappointed either. The Cala Millor experience offers a wide choice of 'different speed' day and night leisure, entertainment and relaxed dining opportunities. Nor are those who like to burn the midnight oil left out. A number of nightclubs and pubs stay open until the wee small hours of the morning.
The surroundings of Cala Millor are ideal for short excursions: There is the Costa de los Pinos, and the port of Cala Bona, S'Illot with its imposing Talaiotic period village. Unmissable too Punta de N'Amer, an extensive unspoilt area that has been declared a Natural Area special interest. The semi-secluded haven's main feature is its 17th Century watchtower.
How to arrive:
From Palma you have to take the Ma-15 motorway to Manacor first, then in Manacor take the local road Ma-4021 that leads directly to the town of Cala Millor.