COME AND FALL IN LOVE
Cala Millor, located between Sant Llorenç des Cardassar and Son Servera, is a quiet town but full of life, especially during the summer season. It has paradise beaches and coves, hiking routes, and activities of all kinds, as well as complete services, restaurants and shops. Find out what there is to see and do in this privileged enclave on the east coast of Mallorca!
Cala Millor Beach
Blue flag beach
On the spectacular Cala Millor beach you'll find all the relaxation and tranquillity you were looking for. It has a blue flag and approximately 2 km of fine sand and transparent water, which makes it a true paradise in the Mediterranean.
It also has complete services: showers, loungers, lifeguards, bars and water sports.
Undoubtedly, a fantastic option to live a fantastic family holiday in Mallorca.
Cuevas del Drach y dels Hams
With a unique beauty
The Drach and Hams Caves, located in Porto Cristo, are known for their impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations, and for their spectacular underground caverns and lakes, where classical music concerts are held, as well as light and sound shows.
Stimulate with these sport proposals
You will also find golf courses and a wide range of water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking and diving. If you like hiking, the greenway is a walking and cycling trail that runs along the old railway line that linked Manacor with Artà, passing through the villages of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Son Carrió and Son Servera.
A great selection of restaurante
Hotel Voramar Mallorca has a buffet restaurant with show-cooking and a bar-cafeteria that serves drinks and delicious snacks by the sea. Also, you will find a wide gastronomic offer in the area. Even restaurants with Michelin stars!
Don't miss a thing!
Many festivals and events take place in Cala Millor throughout the year. Fairs, traditional markets, samples of local cuisine, cultural and religious events, dances, traditional and contemporary music, games and sporting events, and much more. These include Sant Antoni, in January, where large bonfires are lit in the streets and squares of the town; The Firó de la Flor d'Ametler, which showcases local almond products; the feast of the Mare de Déu dels Àngels, patron saint of the church of Cala Millor, which includes various recreational activities for a week at the end of July; the Spring Fair in May and the Seasonal Market, every Monday from 9:00 to 13:30h from March to October.