Cala Millor is the liveliest and largest holiday resort on Majorca's north-east coast, its main attraction is a sandy beach stretching over a mile long, which slopes gently into a crystal clear blue sea, protected at each end by rocky headlands. The resort is packed with shops, bars and restaurants to ensure fun in the sun and Cala Millor holidays are particularly suited for families looking for cheap Majorca holidays. Adjacent to Millor to the north, is the quieter and more traditional resort of Cala Bona, with a little harbour and some lovely restaurants.
Cala Millor is designed primarily for a relaxing beach holiday and is a good choice for all inclusive holidays to Majorca, the resort is also well supplied with all the popular watersports. The more energetic can enjoy strolling the promenade to the headlands and beyond, seeking out the creeks and coves of the coastline. A little further afield are a golf course, waterpark and several other attractions including a safari park and the Drach underground caves, all accessible by bus.
Visitors looking for a party and clubbing-scene should look to the southern resorts, a great deal of evening entertainment is hotel-based, but those who like to be out and about will find a good selection of bars offering karaoke to quiz evenings, there are also some late night bars, however certainly nowhere near the level the 18-30 crowd is generally accustomed too.
There is a wide choice of restaurants scattered along the promenade of Cala Millor, and around the fishing harbour at adjacent Cala Bona. Most serve a variety of dishes to cater for holidaymakers with others dedicated to international cuisine.
Holidaymakers will find that the promenade is also jam-packed with stores and stalls selling a multitude of souvenirs and tourist requisites however, variety is limited. The closest markets to Cala Millor are Son Servera, held on Friday mornings, and Monacor on Mondays.
Cala Millor is approximately a 75 minute transfer from the airport