Cala d'Or, Mallorca - Map and Information

Map of Cala d'Or


Cala d'Or, Mallorca

Distances:

Accommodation within 2KM from

0.8 Km 
El Pino Apartments for Rent
1 Km 
Villa Esperanza for Rent
1.2 Km 
Marvista Apartment for Rent
2 Km 
Villa for 6 to Rent


Closest Towns and Shops

2.3 Km 
Portopetro
5.7 Km 
Porto Colom


Closest Beaches

2.3 Km 
Cala Sa Nau
6.9 Km 
s'Amarador




resorts, Cala d'Or, Mallorca
Cala d'Or, Spain

Those who’ve visited the island of Ibiza will think they’ve gone to the wrong island when they land Majorca's Cala d'Or!

That’s because in the 1930’s architect Pepe Costa Ferrer choose to use Ibicencan architecture as his inspiration when developing the pretty enclave of Cala d'Or. So much so that the place really has a whole different feel to the rest of the Majorca!

Visit this resort and you'll find a sleek marina choc-o-block with expensive yachts, streets lined with trendy boutiques plus a wonderful array of al fresco eateries and fish restaurants...all giving an upmarket, exclusive feel. So muc so you may never leave!

Spread out along numerous bays this ‘chic’ resort is a delight to explore and although largish it retains an intimate atmosphere. The 7 golden sandy bays (or cala’s) snuggle between rocky headlands and are easily reached by bike, a favourite mode of transport and a fab way of getting a tan!

Sporting activities abound and there’s plenty of encouragement on the beaches to have a go at water-sports. But if all that’s too energetic for you then daily boat trips provide a glipse of the surrounding areas without too much effort being expended!

Beach:

We should say beaches – all 7 of them!
Golden sand and safe swimming is the order of the day. Good facilities on all the coves including sun beds, parasols, water sports and of course cafe bars for those all important cooling drinks!

Cala d'Or Nightlife:

A relaxed, 'dining out then having a night cap' kind of place. There are so many restaurants to entice you with delicious aromas you’ll be hard pressed to resist. The pedestrian zone behind Cala Gran and Cala d'Or is the busiest area and where you’ll find most of the boutiques, bars and restaurants.

Who goes there:

Great for families, couples of all ages – it’s the type of resort that will please everyone unless you’re looking for 24/7 partying.

Accommodation:

No high-rise here, most hotels and apartments are on the smaller side. Good number of private rentals too.

What to do:

Well if you ever manage to drag yourself away from the many pretty beaches you could try;

  • Boat trips allow you to explore the coastline
  • Visit the Caves of Hams or the popular Caves del Drach both with their underground lakes and fascinating natural formations.
  • Aquarium de Mallorca is a great place to visit on a dull day (if ther eis one!). Next to the Caves del Drach it has a good selection of tropical fish. History buffs will love the Castilla Santueri (castle) set above the village of S’Horta which was supposed to be unconquerable.
  • Naturists will enjoy the wildness and stunning beach of Mondrago Fiesta: August 15th is the fiesta of ‘Our Lady of the Sea’ and is centred around the harbour area. There are processions and live music. Check out the programme of events usually displayed around the resort.

Psst! Jazz lovers will enjoy the annual Jazz festival held at the resort during July. It’s grows in popularity each year and there's nothing better than listening to live music under the star.




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