Cala Millor is located in the north-eastern part of the island of Mallorca, known as the Costa de Levante. It has an extensive 2-kilometre beach with fine sand, crystal clear waters and a coastline full of caves and coves. On this pristine blue flag beach, you will find a full range of services and facilities: showers, umbrellas, sports areas…
This stretch of the Mallorcan coastline offers all kinds of plans to discover the island at your own pace: cultural activities, typical cuisine, weekly markets, outdoor sports, nightlife and villages that have retained their authentic Mediterranean essence. Come to Cala Millor and start enjoying everything Mallorca has to offer!
In addition to its warm climate and rich geography, Cala Millor is a great destination for its broad offering of cultural activities. Some of the best choices for a family day out are the S’Illot archaeological sites (850–123 BC), the Sa Punta de n’Amer fortress, the pine coast viewpoint, or you can visit ancient churches from different historical eras or admire sculptures by local artists.
In the town of Porto Cristo, just 10 minutes from Cala Millor, are the Drach Caves, one of the main attractions in Mallorca. These caves, extending over 1,200 metres in length and up to 25 metres deep, conceal one of the largest underground lakes in the world, Lake Martel. This is an ideal visit to do with children as they will have a great time exploring the tunnels and learning about the history as a family!
Cala Millor boasts a wide variety of dining options for the whole family, with traditional restaurants where you can discover the authentic local cuisine and international restaurants designed to cater to visitors from all over the world. Be sure not to miss out on any of the island’s delicious traditional dishes, such as Mallorcan soup, tumbet (Mallorcan ratatouille) or arròs brut (meaty rice dish).
There is a market to visit for every day of the week on the island. In addition to finding the best fresh products, at the bustling weekly markets in the surrounding towns you will have the opportunity to buy typical Mallorcan gastronomic products such as sobrassada (cured sausage), honey or ensaimadas (a sweet pastry) as well as craft stalls, clothing and leather goods.
The incomparable setting of the Sierra de Tramuntana and the crystal-clear beaches of the island of Mallorca make it an ideal place to enjoy all kinds of outdoor sports, especially walking, cycling, golf, as well as water sports such as diving, snorkelling, sailing or open sea swimming, among others. A great way to make the most of your family beach holiday!
Cala Millor is home to a wide and diverse nightlife scene, especially during the summer season. Here you will find restaurants and bars where you can start the night with a drink, to clubs and discos to dance and sing the night away, some of them with live performances. An excellent place to have an incredible time in Mallorca!
Some of the island’s villages are charming hidden gems where it seems that time stands still. Be sure to visit the towns of Valldemossa, Sóller, Deià, Artà, Port de Pollença for a romantic evening with your partner, a relaxed afternoon walking with the family or a cooling ice cream with friends.