Along the seafront
Running from Cala Bona to nearby Cala Millor is a two-kilometre stretch of coastline, broken up into rocky coves and small beaches. You’ll find many bars and restaurants that lie on the seafront which often serve up fresh seafood, as Cala Bona still has a fishing heritage.
In the village
Back in the village itself, you’ll find meandering streets typical of historic Majorca. There are also more modernised areas, where you can buy gifts, or pitch up in a cool café. There’s a relaxed vibe about the village, so simply unwind at a bar until late evening.
A trip next door
Nearby, you’ve got Cala Millor, the largest resort on the east side of the island. There are many shops, so if you want hardcore souvenir shopping or just pick up supplies, then this is the place. The bars and clubs right on the shore liven up during the evenings with Spanish music.