Head to Cala D’Or’s small coves, each sheltered by mountains, and you’ll experience fine white sand underfoot and warm, welcoming waters. Two buses, done up to look like trains, run at regular intervals between the resort, beaches and the marina. If you prefer a bigger beach, Es Trenc’s a half-hour bus ride away.
Cala D’Or’s marina is a place to linger. With high-quality restaurants and bar terraces, it’s the place to spot a celeb mooring their luxury yacht to enjoy this well-heeled, laid-back spot. It’s easy to reach too – it’ll only take you 20 minutes to walk there from the centre.
Go for a wander
Once a tiny fishing village, now a fashionable food and shopping destination, Cala D’Or still retains its distinct Spanish charm. You’ll feel right at home if you know Ibiza too, as Cala D’Or’s buildings were based on the party place when it was developed. You’ll find cute white-washed villas everywhere. Oh and the dreamy Cala Mondrago's not far either.