The Perfect Beach Life
Literally translated as 'better bay' the beach at Cala Millor is considered one of the best tourists on holiday in Majorca will find, with loungers and parasols for hire to relax in the sun and a variety of watersports available.
Tucked into the rugged coastline, the 6km sandy Blue Flag bay of Cala Millor is sheltered by two headlands and is lined by a promenade crammed with friendly and colourful tourist trinket shops; perfect for some souvenir shopping.
For a slight change of scenery, a stroll along the seafront brings you into the neighbouring resort of Cala Bona, where you can take horse riding trails into the surrounding countryside from the Rancho Willy stables.
Attractions for All the Family
For a change from the beach, Fantasy Park features children's rides and bouncy inflatables to keep youngsters amused or there is a go-karting track and boat trips around the coast, including excursions to Porto Cristo and the Caves of Drac.
For mum and dad, The Punta de N'Amer headland separates Cala Millor from nearby Sa Coma and the 45 minute hike to the watchtower provides spectacular views of the coast, with a bar for welcome refreshments. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a round or two on at the nearby Pula Golf Course or the 9-hole course at Son Servera.
Dine In Style and Sip Exotic Cocktails
For eating out there are fast food outlets along the seafront and good value restaurants serving international favourites and excellent fish dishes. Cala Millor has plenty of lively bars, entertainment and clubs to party 'til the early hours, with Palace Q the largest and most popular.