Cala Bona Holidays 2020
If you’re looking for sun, sea, and sand, Cala Bona holidays are an excellent choice. Cala Bona is Spanish for ‘Best Bay’, and with strong competition from other gorgeously sun-drenches bay towns on the Majorca coast, you know that Cala Bona must really be something special to earn this prestigious title!
Cala Bona is a stunning, traditional Majorcan fishing village which has become one of the top destinations for travellers to the Balearic Islands. Whether you prefer lounging on sandy beaches or exploring the maze of winding streets that meander through the town, Cala Bona is wonderful.
Cheap holidays to Cala Bona allow you to discover this incredible resort without exceeding your budget. We’ve got some fantastic getaways that will transport you to the clear blue waters and sunny skies of North East Majorca, where you can relax and unwind, or seek out incredible, unforgettable adventures.
Why book Cala Bona holidays
Discover the best beaches
We love Cala Bona’s beautiful, sandy Blue Flag beach
Rest & relaxation
Savour the tranquil surroundings in this quiet beach resort
The kids will love the fun Fantasy Park Cala Bona
Cultural hotspot not to miss
See the Mallorcan fishing boats in the harbour
Popular with couples
Couples love the quiet, small-fishing-village vibes of the resort
You can explore the gorgeous local area by cycling, hiking or even on a horse back
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Your guide to Cala Bona holidays
There are lots of great things to do in Cala Bona, which boasts a lovely laid back atmosphere. This relaxed setting makes for equally stress-free activities that really make the most of the area’s natural beauty.
- Majorca is a top diving destination, with diving courses available for all levels of ability. The island boasts around 28 diving sites, including the beautiful underwater nature reserve of Cala Ratjada, and the iconic, mysterious caves that are scattered all along the island’s east coast, particularly around Cala Bona.
- If you’d prefer to enjoy the scenic views and marine life without hopping into a wetsuit, opt for a glass bottom boat trip around the rugged coastline. The trips take around 3 hours, and are a great way to sail around the coast, from Cala Bona to other places like Cala Ratjada, Porto Cristo, and Cala Romantica.
- If you’re looking for a sunny golfing holiday, look no further than Majorca. The island is home to the incredible Son Servera Golf Course, just 2 miles from Cala Bona, which has earned itself a reputation as the island’s ‘Golf Paradise’. This 18 hole course was founded in 1967, and offers stunning sea views.
- If you love relaxing strolls through incredible scenery, there’s a fantastic walking trail from Cala Bona all the way to the protected coastline of Punta de n’Amer to the north. The 3 mile long trail takes around 1 hour to complete, with nearly the entire trail hugging the coastline right to the Punta de n’Amer castle.
- If you’re travelling with kids, one of the best things to do near Cala Bona is spend a day at Safari Zoo in nearby Cala Millor. If you don’t have your own car, don’t worry! The zoo has its own special safari bus that takes you through the exhibit, where you can see more than 600 animals, including elephants.
There are plenty of beaches in/near Cala Bona, each with its own unique character. The warm waters of this area provide the perfect setting for watersports like swimming, snorkelling, boating, and boarding.
- The Cala Bona beach area is made up of three separate beaches, each nestled within its own small cove. While one of the beaches is mostly pebble, the other two have beautiful soft golden sands. There are many cafes and restaurants close to the beaches, with everything you need to enjoy a great day.
- One of the best beaches in the area is Cala Millor Beach; a Blue Flag beachfront with a beautiful stretch of sand. The beach features a lovely promenade behind it, with easy access both to and from the sands, making this an excellent choice when travelling with children, or for older people.
- Another gorgeous Blue Flag beach is Sa Coma Beach; a friendly, chilled-out beachfront that’s one of the best beaches in the area for families. With cafes, toilet facilities, and calm, shallow waters, this is a great place to enjoy a family day out with the kids, taking a dip, sunbathing, and building sandcastles.
- Just to the south of Cala Millor you’ll find the stunning protected coastline of Punta de n’Amer; an excellent place if you’re looking for a more active and adventurous seafront environment. The landscape is completely different to that of the resort, with raw, rugged rock faces making you feel miles from earth.
- Canyamel Beach in North East Majorca is arguably one of the area’s most stunning beaches, benefitting from a gorgeous, lush green hilly backdrop. Another Blue Flag beach (the island boasts a lot of them!), this is a popular place for hiring pedalos, and there’s a quieter, rockier area just a short distance away.
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Absolutely! It’s just over 1 mile from Cala Bona to Cala Millor, which takes around 25 minutes. If you don’t mind a slightly longer stroll, you can walk along the coast for some more impressive scenery.
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