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Cala Millor, Mallorca, Things to do and hotels

Cala Millor is the largest tourist destination on Mallorca’s east coast. Cala Millor, consists of tall hotels bordering the long white sandy beach.

Cala Millor a wide range of shops, restaurants, and nightlife is far more lively than other areas on the east coast.

The name translates to ‘Better Cove’, a name is deserves to the fullest. The almost 2 km broad beach line of silky soft white sand and crystal clear turquoise water makes it a perfect holiday destination for all ages looking for a good time.

Beach and bay with hotels in Cala Millor, Mallorca at summer.



Breathtaking Experience: Hot Air Balloon Flight from Cala Millor

Why visit Cala Millor

Cala Millor is the largest beach destination on the east coast of Mallorca. Th e name translates in to best beach, and it’s no wonder because this is truly a fantastic beach destination.

Cala Millor caters all kinds of tourists, you’ll find a wide selection of hotels, eateries, bars, shops and facilities that makes it a tremendous place for a fun and relaxing vacation.

Things to do in Cala Millor

Here you will find a wide range of wonderful activities and attractions to indulge in, in or near Cala Millor.

Enjoy the best beach on the east coast of Mallorca

Enjoy almost 2 kilometers of soft white sandy beach with plenty of space for both relaxation and activities. The beach is by far one of the better on the east coast of Mallorca, namely because of its spaciousness. Cala Millor beach is a Blue Flag site, meaning it is prized for its cleanness.

Cruise the coast

Enjoy a day of fresh sea breezes under the Mediterranean sun as you cruise the coastlines of Mallorca’s Llevant region. You can look forward to discovering picturesque hidden coves and lagoons where you can jump in the crystal clear water for a swim. From Cala Millor you can jump onboard one of the catamaran boats departing from the piers next to the beach.


Get your inner adrenaline junkie satisfied and feel the rush as you step on the pedal and feel the power kick in at the local karting track in Cala Millor.

Soak up the vibrant atmosphere from the bars at the promenade

You’ll find a wide selection of bars and cafes along the beautiful beach promenade in Cala Millor. This is perfect for doing some people-watching while having a beer or other refreshment.

Horseback riding

There is nothing like the feeling and freedom of riding a horse, especially when you are in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Explore the beautiful coastline, the charming countryside or the green pastures in the hills behind Cala Millor, it’s you and the horse on adventure.

Bicycle hire

Renting a bicycle in Cala Millor opens up to a world of opportunities. Go explore the hundreds of kilometers of asphalted roads, push your legs to the limit ascending the hairpin turns of the mountains and feel the clean fresh air as you pedal ahead. Bicycling is one of the most popular leisure activities in Mallorca, there are so many options, so many challenges and so much fun to be had.

Ride the Mini train

Mini train driving between Cala Millor and Cala Bona in Mallorca.

A great way to get familiar with Cala Millor and the surrounding areas is by rising the mini train departing from several places in the town. There are two train routes passing through Cala Millor, one going to Cala Bona and then the picturesque area of Costa del Pins, the other between the hotels and beach in the town.

Visit Fantasy Park

Fantasy Park fairground and playground in Cala Millor, Mallorca, Spain.

Inflatable castles, karts, trampolines, slides and much awaits at the Fantasy Park fairground in the heart of Cala Millor. There is a bar and terrace so you can relax and enjoy a refreshment while the youngsters are having the time of their lives playing.

Immense yourself in the local shopping scene

Cala Millor has a variety of shops, boutiques, and souvenir stores where you can indulge in some retail therapy. You can find everything from local crafts and clothing to jewelry and leather goods.

See Mallorca from the sky

If you’re into unique experinces, you have a golden opportunity in Cala Millor. On the outskirts of the resort you’ll find the hot air balloon landing site. Flying over this amazing island in clear weather is truly a divine experience.

Go golfing

From Cala Millor, you are just a short ride from four of the greatest golf courses on the island; Pula Golf, Golf Capdepera, Canyamel Golf and Son Servera Golf Club. Go challenge your handicap on one of these excellent 18-hole courses set in the most beautiful surroundings.


Old coastal fortress of Castell de sa Punta de n'Amer in Mallorca, Spain.

Undoubtedly the most important point of interest you can find in Cala Millor is the old fortress situated at the top of the Punta de n’Amer headland and nature reserve. The fortress was built as a result of the many pirate raids happening in the 16th and 17th century, however, it was also used during the Spanish Civil War. Castell de sa Punta de n’Amer offers an interesting exhibition of weapons, a cafeteria, as well as an amazing view from over the bay.

Visit Castell de sa Punta de n’Amer


Caves and tourist attraction of Cuevas de Arta in Canyamel, Mallorca.

The east coast is known for more than just beautiful beaches, it’s also known for several underground caves. Most famous are the Cuevas de Artà (Canyamel), Cuevas del Hams (Porto Cristo) and Cuevas del Drach (Porto Cristo). All of these caves will take you on a fascinating voyage through the unique artworks of Mother Nature, formed through millions of years.

Cuevas de Arta

Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Hams

Meet the dinosaurs of Mallorca

Want to see dinosaurs more realistic than the ones from the Jurassic Park movies? In Porto Cristo, by the Hams caves, just 10 km south of Cala Millor, you’ll find the Dinosaur Park. The ultra realistic models have both sound and movement that will give you the chills, yet you can’t help but to be fascinated.

Go to Son Servera village for a local ,arket and the spectacular ESGLÉSIA NOVA church

Open-air unfinished church Església Nova in Son Servera village, Mallorca island.
A view into the unfinished church of Església Nova in Son Servera

One of the most iconic points of interest in the area is found in the village of Son Servera, a short drive from Cala Millor. The church was designed by Joan Rubió, business partner of Antoni Gaudí, whom also took part in projects at the La Seu cathedral, as well as designed the beautiful church and bank of Sóller. The church was never finished and stands as a landmark of the area used for various events and ceremonies, a very beautiful and unique attraction.

Visit the open-air Església Nova church


Enjoy some beautiful pictures from Cala Millor

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The name Cala Millor actually translates into best/better beach. The almost 2 km wide sandy beach is one of the best on the east coast of Mallorca, with clear shallow waters and plenty of space.

Cala Millor offers plenty of lively nightlife, with bars and clubs.

Along the sunny promenade and on the main street behind it, you’ll find a wide selection of shops offering everything from international fashion brands to jewelry and perfumes.

Cala Millor is located approx. 72 km (~45 miles) from Palma International Airport (PMI).

A taxi will cost ca. 85 euro and takes about 50 minutes.

The airport bus (A42) is about 15 euro and takes approx. 1:30 hour.

Cala Millor is by far the largest beach destination of the east coast, and specifically developed to cater summer tourists.

Cala d’Or, on the other hand, started as a summer residence neighborhood and has later devloped with hotels etc. Cala d’Or has 7 small golden beaches rather than 1 big.

The adjacent destination of Cala Bona is slightly more laid back.

This one is complicated. See, Cala Millor does actually belong to both Sant Llorenc and Son Servera municipaly, and you can therefore argue that it does have an old town to visit – two actually. Son Servera village is perhaps the most charming one of them, with the unique Església Nova church ad the small square. Visit on a market day and I’m sure you’ll find it cute.

Events in Cala Millor

Events and happenings in Cala Millor




Tourism Festival

During the last week of September, Son Servera and Sant Llorenç de Cardarssar joins up and arranges one of the most extensive festivals of the year, the Tourism Festival. All over the areas of Son Servera, Sant Llorenç des Cardarssar, Cala Bona and Cala Millor, you can look forward to a full stacked program of fun, cultural and tasteful activities. On the tapas routes, you can get unique and delicious tapas and pinxos for almost no money, along with free tapas tastings in some of the hotels and bars. There will be a series of fun sports competitions and games, such as a beach volley tournament or the traditional Catalan Human Tower competition. There is also opportunity to meet some of Mallorca’s most beloved traditions such as the dancing giants and firework shows. Exhibitions and extended markets, workshops, open house events in the Pula Golf and other leisure businesses and of course a lot of concerts to set the mood. It is an entire week of just fun and good times, and a really good time to be visiting!


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Practical Info

Useful Numbers

Emergency: 112
National police: 091
Local police: 092
Guarda civil: 062
Fire: 080
Tourist Office: +34 971 585 864 - [email protected]

Public Transport

Bus lines: A42 (Airport), 401, 412, 424, 425

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