Cala Millor – The place to be on Mallorca

Last website update: 26.09.2022

Our blog is all about Cala Millor! Cala Millor is located on the east coast of the Spanish Balearic island and is one of the most popular resorts in Mallorca.

The white sandy beach, which has even been awarded the blue flag, delights vacationers as much as the family-friendliness of the resort, which was founded specifically for tourism.

With a few thousand inhabitants and without pronounced party tourism, this little town is one of the quieter places of Mallorca, which, however, has a lot to offer and quite enough opportunities for employment.

Due to the island's Mediterranean climate, the nights are usually balmy even in the winter months and invite you to spend many hours outside.

Everywhere in Cala Millor are small stores that provide tourists with everything necessary and invite you to a shopping spree. The colorful hustle and bustle and the relaxed atmosphere offers just the right mix between relaxation and distraction. There are also many bars and cafes in Cala Millor.

Discos, on the other hand, are few and far between in Cala Millor. Party vacationers, however, will find much more choice in Cala Ratjada, which is only 17 kilometers away, and party excursions are made possible by various organizers. The beautiful and old town of Artà is also only 15 minutes away by car.

Likewise, you can also get to Sa Coma or the marina of Cala Bona quickly on foot.

The history of the place Cala Millor briefly told

This beautiful place exists only since 1930, when the first developments were made. The first hotel is considered to be the Hotel Eureka from 1934. Already quickly there were plans to develop the place into a tourist village.

But it was not until 1958 that the next establishment followed, the Hotel Sabina. After that, other hotels, several stores, cafes and restaurants such as Cafe del Sol were opened relatively quickly.

Popular hotel chains such as Hipotels can now be found here in abundance. The waterfront promenade was designed by Joan Llinàs in 1962 and still bears his name.

Only three years later, the expansion of this area began, so that since the 1970s the promenade extends to Cala Bona. Because of this, both towns are often combined.

Cala Millor MeerIn the meantime one has grown here to a tourist stronghold, without being in clear connection with the typical party tourism.
One is considered rather as a place for beach and family vacations, although party as so often in Majorca is within reach.

This city is now not only a popular tourist destination, but also often the place where Brits or Germans settle as part of a second home. Online portals such as Holidaycheck offer tens of thousands of trips, every year.

From the capital Palma (Palma de Mallorca with its beach Playa de Palma) it is only about 45 minutes to get here.

One of the most popular tourist resorts on the island of Mallorca

Cala Millor is located about 75 kilometers from the airport PMI / Son Sant Joan. This beautiful place can not hide the tourist background even in the events.

Thus, the market held weekly on Monday mainly offers goods that are particularly interesting for tourists. The streets are closed to traffic during the many weekly markets.

In addition, on August 2, the patron saint of the town, Nostra Senyora dels Àngels, is celebrated. Festes del Turiste (the Tourist Festival) are traditionally held in the last week of September to extend the summer season. They wait with concerts, dances and sporting events. The highlight is a beach fireworks display.

The sandy beach of Cala Millor is considered one of the most beautiful beaches on Mallorca, if not one of the most beautiful of all the Balearic Islands. However, it is not an insider tip.

Especially during the season it is very crowded. Accordingly, vacationers can find all conceivable tourist amenities directly on the overbuilt former dunes.

The beach of Cala Millor is especially suitable for children. The waves are not too strong and the beach goes far into the sea before it actually gets deeper.
Cala Millor jettyThe beach of Cala Millor is divided into four sections. The place itself is divided into Arenal de Son Servera (the northernmost beach section) and Platja de Sant Llorenç.

The latter is the largest section of the beach, with 1,200 meters, and it takes its name because it is the beach of the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar.

In addition, there is another section that belongs to Platja de Sant Llorenç and is called Son Moro.

Son Moro Bonavista is the name section here, but today it is at least practically a district because of the extension of the tourist resort.

Cala Nau closes the beach of Cala Millor in the south, after the headland Punta de N Amer the village Sa Coma begins.

The beach is about 200 meters long. The small bay that emerges there is one of the most beautiful places on the entire Playa de Cala Millor.

Cala Millor leaves nothing to be desired, neither for those interested in culture nor for sports enthusiasts. The parish church of Our Lady of the Angels, however, is a rather plain building and not worth a visit for most people.

More worth seeing are the caves Coves del Drac and Coves des Hams, which are located near Porto Cristo. The wine-growing areas around Felanitx are also a popular tourist destination.

Vacationers can not only admire the scenery here, but also taste and purchase local products. Mallorca-wide the place is also known for the auditòrium Sa Màniga, where great concerts are held regularly.

Sporting activities in Cala Millor or just swimming? Of course, you can do both!

Cala Millor waterSportsmen can not only use the sea in front of Cala Millor or Sa Coma for swimming and sunbathing, on the east coast of Mallorca you can find the right place for almost every water sport.

Also snorkeling and diving, kayaking or sailing and even surfing is possible here.

On the east coast around Cala Millor, however, there are many opportunities for golf or tennis.

Hikers get their money's worth as well as cyclists, even if the latter is especially popular in the cooler months. If you feel like it, you should also try the walk from Cala Millor to Sa Coma.

Various tour operators also offer cultural tours or sporting excursions to all the sights that can be reached within a day trip.

In this way, it is possible to get an excellent insight into the beauty and diversity of Mallorca from the place.