If you like your holidays to be more about enjoying some lively activities than just lazing on the beach, a trip to Calas de Mallorca may be just what you have been looking for.
Found on the east of the island, it’s ideally located for exploring the natural beauty of the north and the east.
Explore the Tramuntana Mountains
The nearby Tramuntana Mountains provide great terrain for active adventures whilst on holiday in Calas de Mallorca.
You can hire a bike and sample the rural lands, alternatively take a brisk hike across the peaks and valleys, or take things slower with a gentle walk across the beaches in the area.
Sample the East Coast
Majorca’s eastern coast offers an abundance of things to see and do.
The S’albufera Natural Park is one of the Balearic Island’s largest wetlands, and is home to a wealth of wildlife as well as some beautiful plants and flowers.
Porto Colom Bay is ideal if you wish to take some trips on the water, such as glass bottom boating and fishing.
Stay at the Palia Maria Eugenia Hotel and from its cliff top location you will see exactly what type of landscape there is for you to adventure out into and discover.
Hotel America is found on the fringes of the beach, so its ideal if you want to try some water sports and beach activities.
If you are looking to visit somewhere that is relaxing and laid back, this coastal resort is the ideal escape from some of the island’s busier destinations.
Couples can enjoy a romantic break in Calas de Mallorca, and use it as a base to explore the beautiful eastern coast of Majorca.
What to do in the resort
There is no better place to be when the sun is shining than on one of Calas de Mallorca’s three sandy bays, each with a range of water sports to try.
If you are looking to see more of Majorca, explore the island’s capital, Palma. Alternatively head to busting Porto Cristo, where there are plenty of shops and bars in the resort’s Centro Commercial.
Nights in Calas de Mallorca
Calas de Mallorca’s nightlife is relaxed and laid back. There is plenty of opportunity to take some relaxing strolls under the stars, or enjoy some romantic meals in some of the resort’s fine restaurants.
You can take in some culture in the locally run Spanish restaurants, or indulge in a taste of home with some of the British run restaurants.
If you want to treat yourself to a stay somewhere near the beach, the HSM Canarios Park enjoys a stunning setting looking out over the sea, and is ideal for exploring the resort.
Perched on top of a cliff is the Hotel Sol Calas De Majorca, a truly special hotel that will make any romantic break to the island a memorable one.
Explore the resort
Calas de Mallorca is a quiet and relaxed purpose built resort found on Majorca’s east coast.
With a wealth of attractions nearby, as well as some beautiful towns and villages, it is ideal for a family getaway. With a central location on the east coast it is a perfect base for exploring the east and south of the Island.
With three charming sandy coves to explore, Calas de Mallorca is ideal for beach lovers.
Take your pick from Caka Antena, Cala Domingos Gran and Cala Domingos Petit, and if you wish to visit all three, the Calas Express road train runs between each of the beaches.
Along the way you will find some picturesque coves where you can enjoy some privacy on the sand.
The Centro Commercial in the town offers a range of shops that you can browse around, and bars where you can stop for some refreshment and light bites.
If you wish to explore further, the impressive Cuevas Del Drach are nearby, as is the S’albufera Natural Park, where you can bird watch and see some impressive plant life.
There is a good choice of hotels for family stays in Calas de Mallorca.
The Club Cala Romani is a large hotel with a children’s outdoor pool and plenty of entertainment.
The Hotel Sol Calas de Majorca benefits from a kid’s club, seasonal entertainment and a games room.
Relax and take in the culture
The quiet and relaxed coastal resort of Calas de Mallorca is an ideal destination to head to for a laid back break.
Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of a resort that typifies Majorca’s relaxing atmosphere, take in and sample its beautiful sandy coves and quaint streets.
Calas de Mallorca is a great place to stay if you wish to explore the island further. The nearby resort of Felanatix is well worth a visit on a Sunday, where you can scour its market.
Daily buses take you to the nearby Porto Cristo, a lively and charming harbour town, and the east coast is a filled with picturesque sights.
Beaches on the East Coast
Majorca’s east coast is famed for its coastline, with its stunning coves and picturesque bays a visual highlight in Majorca.
Cala Varques beach is particularly beautiful, with quiet pale sands and turquoise waters. Cala Varques beach is fringed with fragrant pine trees and has crystal clear, shallow waters that are ideal for snorkelling.
You can find some beautiful, peaceful hotels in Calas de Mallorca, such as the HSM Calas Park, which enjoys views across the ocean from its hilltop setting.
For somewhere really off the beaten track, head to the Villa Binimelis II, a deserted private villa where you can enjoy your own swimming pool.