Holidays to Cala Bona take you to one of Majorca's relaxed resorts. They’re all about laidback dinners and lazing on the little beaches.
A Cruise & Stay holiday in Cala Bona lands you in an under-the-radar resort on the popular island of Majorca, a place that lures visitors back time and time again. This quaint former fishing village will capture your heart.
A quietly charming resort
Something of a hidden gem for many years, Cala Bona is a fishing town turned holiday destination on the east coast of Majorca, in the Balearic Islands of Spain. Now a firm favourite with British travellers in the know, the area sees discerning holidaymakers visit to embrace its natural beauty and the local island way of life.
A warm welcome for all
A comparatively small resort, Cala Bona is perfect for a relaxing break. With a more laid-back vibe than many resorts in Majorca, the area boasts a picturesque harbour, stunning beaches and hidden coves. You can sample fantastic restaurants and a truly rustic atmosphere, without the distraction of neon lights. The resort is incredibly popular with visitors of all ages, from younger couples and families to more mature guests.
If you want to enjoy the best of both worlds on your Cruise & Stay holiday, Cala Bona does not disappoint. From serene island life, you can stroll to the bright lights of nearby Cala Millor in just 25 minutes, and enjoy the bar scene or shopping found in larger tourist resorts. Porto Cristo and Sa Coma are also close, and so are the Caves of Drach – one of Majorca’s most visited sites.
Fresh seafood and beachfront bars
Prepare yourself for authentic food heaven – many restaurants in Cala Bona serve seafood caught only that morning by the local fishermen. For a more unique experience, enjoy a cocktail with a delicious local dish at one of Majorca’s charming beachfront bars.
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Virgen del Carmen Festival
This fisherman’s festival celebrates Virgen del Carmen, the patron saint of seamen, and takes place on 16th July each year.…
Beach-hop between Cala Bona’s coves
Cala Bona’s beach is divided up into separate coves, each offering floury sands and gin-clear water. There are loungers for…
Stop by a seafront bar
Cala Bona doesn’t really do super-clubs or wild parties. Instead, the post-sunset scene's more about dinners by the sea and…
Go snorkelling on the beach
The waters here are clear enough to snorkel without having to dive too deep, and there's plenty to see beneath the waves.…
Order dinner at a harbourside restaurant
Being a fishing town, Cala Bona really delivers on the seafood front. The best place to sample it is the marina. It’s lined…
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