What to do in Cala Millor


Cala Millor Beach

Cala Millor beach, with almost two kilometres of white sand and crystalline waters, is one of the most famous beaches on the island of Mallorca, just 500 metres from HM Mar Blau. Not to be missed!

Water Sports

Thanks to the size of Cala Millor beach, you can practise a whole host of water sports, from kayaking to snorkelling, diving and paddle boarding.

Sa Coma Beach

This beach is very close to Cala Millor and boasts excellent quality with blue and transparent waters. Like Cala Millor, it is surrounded by a wide range of services, making it the perfect destination for the whole family to enjoy.

Drach and Hams Caves

The Drach Caves are the most famous on the island and, possibly, in the whole of Spain. The natural formations inside the cave are so impressive that it’s hard to believe they are naturally formed.


The second largest city on the island after Palma, and the closest city to Cala Millor. Here you will find the Church of Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, but you can also stroll around the town or, if it is Monday, visit the weekly market to buy local produce.

Majorica Pearls

Mallorca’s most famous pearls can be found in Manacor. Find out about the route you can take to see how these jewels are made and visit the shops open to the public to buy them.

Porto Cristo

This natural port retains the charm of a traditional fishing port. Stroll around the narrow streets or take a boat and discover the depths of the Mallorcan sea.

Safari Zoo

Very close to Cala Millor, Safari Zoo is the perfect activities for families with children. Discover a wide variety of animals, from rhinos to monkeys, and visit in your own car or on board the safari train.

Manacor Greenway

Manacor is the starting point of a 29-kilometre route that can be covered on foot, by bicycle or on horseback, linking Manacor with the town of Artà. Discover the beauty of the countryside and the local flora and fauna.

Palma de Mallorca

The city of Palma is just an hour from Cala Millor by car. The Cathedral, Bellver Castle and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina are some of the sights you shouldn’t miss during your visit, without forgetting to sample some of Malloca’s cuisine.