Holidays to Cales de Majorca

Top Cales de Majorca Hotels

Club Cala Romani Hotel
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Club Cala Romani Hotel

Cales de Majorca, Majorca

from £274pp
Calas de Mallorca complex
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Calas de Mallorca complex

Cales de Majorca, Majorca

from £263pp
Club Eurocalas
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Club Eurocalas

Cales de Majorca, Majorca

from £260pp
Globales America
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Globales America

Cales de Majorca, Majorca

from £310pp
Samoa Hotel
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Samoa Hotel

Cales de Majorca, Majorca

from £242pp
HSM Canarios Park Hotel
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HSM Canarios Park Hotel

Cales de Majorca, Majorca

from £219pp

Fun and Sun in Calas de Mallorca

This modern purpose-built resort is perfect for families and couples in search of enjoyable activities and an abundance of small sandy beaches. Ancient buildings sit alongside amazing beaches in this wonderful resort, looking like a scene from your paradisiacal dream. The resort caters for young families in particular, with activities to amuse the young ones at the forefront on Calas de Mallorca holidays. If you’re in need of a livelier nightlife, let your hair down in nearby Porto Cristo in one of the many bars and clubs for an unforgettable night out in Majorca.

Things to do in Calas de Mallorca

Top Attractions

Located in the spectacular surroundings of Majorca, the picturesque town of Calas de Mallorca has been delighting holidaymakers for decades. With not one, but three beautiful beaches to be found on this stretch of coastline, there is no better way to enjoy this resort than relaxing on the sands in the Mediterranean sunshine. There’s plenty of things to do in Calas de Mallorca, but definitely laze on the white sandy shores of Cala Domingos Gran, linger over sangria in one of the many beachside bars and discover the hidden sandy coves found at Cala Antena and Cala Dominos Petis.

Wine and Dine

Whether you’re looking to sample the flavours incorporated in the traditional dishes of Spain or you’re just after something to fill up the kids when they get hungry, head down to Calas de Mallorca’s town square. For a swift midday break from the sun, pay a visit to City Café as a Calas de Mallorca attraction just for the treats on offer! Here, you’ll discover an oasis of relaxation serving Spanish-style cocktails and every flavour of ice cream imaginable. Seafood lovers will be in their element in Casa de Mallorca – with fresh sea bass served up in a salt crust and authentic Spanish paellas served in eateries across the resort, all freshly caught by local fishermen.

Action and Adventure

Warm aquamarine waters and secluded sandy coves ensure a resort that is simply begging to be explored. For those with a sense of adventure, there are some great things to do in Calas de Mallorca. Snorkelling is a popular activity in the area, perhaps due to the lure of the water as well as the picturesque setting in which to complete your dive. If you’re not feeling brave, pay a visit to nearby Palma Aquarium where you can swim in a pool with rays and fish with a snorkel and mask – anyone can give this a go. If you’re looking to experience a novel way of exploring the area, why not consider renting a bicycle? There are plenty of interesting areas in the resort accessible by bike, offering an exhilarating alternative to journeying by foot.

Family Fun

A peaceful respite from Majorca’s busier resorts, there are plenty of Calas de Mallorca attractions catering to families. A great time-saver in the resort is the Calas Express, a tourist road train that runs between the beaches, providing excellent fun and a rest for little legs! Take a visit to the Centro Commercial for a great way to entertain excited little ones through long afternoons. Here, you’ll discover a great children’s playground, funfair and lots of activities to keep them quiet – from mini go-karts and crazy golf courses, to trampolines and climbing frames.
If you can stay awake after all that excitement, head to the town centre in the evening for plenty of fun-filled family entertainment. Get competitive over karaoke, sing along to some of the live music on offer or amuse the kids with the Calas de Mallorca funfair.

Nightlife

If you’re looking for raucous nightly offerings, you’ve come to the wrong place. Veering away from the brashness of 18-30 holidays, there are a great many things to do in Calas de Mallorca for those embracing quieter evenings and family-friendly entertainment. Pay a visit to Tiffany’s Fun Pub Club or The Rock Cola Club for great tribute acts and featured international DJs. Although be warned that the fun doesn’t usually begin until after midnight. If you’re looking for strong cocktails and a chance to showcase your hottest dance routines, make the move to Sinatra’s Club and Disco, one of the most popular Calas de Mallorca attractions. Open until 6am, you’ll be embracing the karaoke and dancing until the sun comes up.

Recharge and Relax

Of course, no holiday is complete without the feeling of having recharged your batteries, and here is where Calas de Mallorca is an ideal location. To experience a slice of paradisiacal bliss, pay a visit to Jumaica Tropical Park. A true labour of love, the 22 years of hard work that went into creating this stunning feature is evident for all to see. Take a relaxing stroll around the gardens adorned with flora and fauna, catch a glimpse of some of the region’s exotic birds or pick bananas off the trees. This tranquil spot is the perfect remedy for the stresses and strains that modern life can bring.

The Best of the Balearics

Spending your days on the trio of blissed out beaches is a favourite amongst tourists. It’s no surprise as the fine white sand and brilliantly blue seas are what most imagine when they daydream about their summer getaway. If you’re keen on a bit of retail therapy you won’t be short of things to do. Take a stroll into the centre of town where you’ll find authentic boutiques and bustling markets selling native food and indigenous fabrics and jewellery. Multi-ethnic food is also available in the town square, and of course native dishes such as paella and tapas. A small taste of history is available during your holidays to Calas de Mallorca, as the coast hosts a few farmhouses and ancient buildings. As the island is purpose-built, as is Sa Coma, an in depth historical view of this region of the Balearic Islands can be appreciated at neighbouring towns such as Porto Petro and Porto Cristo, home of the Caves of Drach. If you’re in search of greenery on your Spain getaway then the Cala de Mallorca countryside is the perfect location. You can hike or bike your way through with dedicated routes ensuring the most mesmerising sites are always in view. Alternatively you can hop aboard a glass bottomed boat and discover the unseen sea creatures from the safety of your vehicle. Many of our accommodating hotels are conveniently situated close to the resort’s top bars and restaurants on Calas de Mallorca holidays. Why not sample exotic cocktails at Mojito’s Cuban Café or City Café? Both radiate a family-friendly atmosphere and offer nibbles and bar snacks in case you get peckish.