Holidays to Cala d’Or whisk you to Majorca’s sophisticated side. Here you’ll find sandy beaches and fun nightlife, plus a stylish harbour packed with mega-yachts.
Cala d’Or welcomes visitors looking to enjoy the ideal Cruise & Stay holiday combination of relaxation and exploration against a stunning coastal backdrop.
A holiday hotspot
Situated on the south-east coast of Majorca, Cala d’Or is around an hour’s drive from the capital Palma and Son Sant Joan International Airport. The resort was once a traditional fishing village and, despite its development into a four-kilometre holiday retreat, retains many of its original characteristics. The resort now covers many calas (AKA bays), including Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala Gran, and Cala Llonga. The blend of Majorcan traditions and modern amenities attracts lots of visitors on a Cruise & Stay holiday each year
Beaches and coves
Cala d’Or boasts several stunning beaches and coves, with the main beach being Cala Gran situated next to the Rocador Hotel. Its charming coves are dotted along the coastline, nestled into the surrounding cliffs and woodland. While some are fairly small, they are worth a visit for the crystal-clear waters alone.
A resort highlight
A key visitor attraction is the Cala Llonga. The large sporting marina offers guests the chance to explore the ocean, with diving and snorkelling available. Alternatively, take in coastal views with a range of sailing experiences. Or just relax and enjoy a bite to eat at the many fantastic seafront bars and cafes
Street markets are commonplace in and around Majorca, with the closest to Cala d’Or held on the Plaza Mayor in Santanyi. This market offers everything from holiday mementos to local fruit and crafts. It’s important to note that the majority of local markets are held in the morning. It’s also worth checking which days they are open before planning your excursion.
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Fiesta of la Mare de Deu del Mar
It’s a bit of a mouthful, but what it basically means is ‘The festival of the lady of the sea’. And that translates intolots…
Eat tumbet at the marina
The eating places on the town’s main strip serve up everything from Thai cooking to Tex-Mex steakhouses. You can also head…
Try watersports on the beach
Cala d’Or’s beaches each serve up a different watersports menu. Pretty Cala Ferrera, backed by rocks and pine trees, is the…
Smugglers Bar, Cala Egos
With its terrace overlooking the marina, this is Cala d’Or’s top spot for people-watching. Order yourself a caramel vodka…
Enjoy the lively nightlife
Cala d’Or might be in one of the more genteel parts of the island, but it still knows how to have fun. The town’s main pedestrianised…
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