You’ve got something for everyone with holidays to Cala Millor. There’s a sandy beach with watersports, and beach bars and clubs that see to it there’s never a dull moment.
The full package
Spread along a 6-kilometre coastline on Majorca’s rugged north-east, Cala Millor is a place that likes to let its hair down. For starters, its beach is a whirlwind of sunbathers, paddling kids, and watersports. And then there are the cyclists and roller-skaters whizzing up and down the adjacent palm-shaded promenade. Behind that, back-to-back beach shacks, souvenir shops and outdoor cafés do a roaring trade.
Cala Millor’s showpiece is a Blue Flag-winning roll of flaxen sand in a wide, sheltered bay. It’s topped and tailed by two rocky headlands. The beach ticks off just about everything on a holidaymaker’s wish list. It’s got straw sunshades, a calm sea for paddling, and great sand for bucket and spade action. The stellar line-up of watersports includes a windsurfing school.
In the town
Behind the seafront, the pedestrianised zone offers legions of shops selling clothes and leather goods, as well as holiday nick-nacks. And there are restaurants in every shape and colour, taking your taste buds any which way you want. Bars and clubs pepper the central beach area. At sundown, they erupt with Spanish and international sounds.
Drag yourself away from the beach, and the town lays on a tremendous amount of activities. If you’ve got the kids in tow, Fantasy Park has bouncy castles and trampolines. There are also 2 go-kart tracks further down the same road. An established riding school offers horseback treks in to the mountains. And if that’s not enough, you’ve got 4 golf courses within a 20-minute drive.