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Cala Millor
Cala Millor

Holidays to Cala Millor are popular with families and couples of all ages.
Average Flight Time:
2 hours
Time Difference:
1 hours
Average Temp:
20°C
Currency:
EUR

Sunshine, beaches and family fun sum up holidays in Cala Millor on Majorca's east coast. Sheltered by two headlands, Cala Millor's beach-lined bay shelves down to the calm waters of the Mediterranean - perfect for swimming, sunbathing and water-based fun. The palm-tree lined promenade is home to beach stores, souvenir shops and open-air cafes, while the pedestianised centre has lots of shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy. When the sun goes down, there are restaurants and bars spread along the seafront. For culture, the Castell de n'Amer watchtower and the La Granja historical mansion give an insight into the resort's past. The children will enjoy the Fantasy Park outdoor play area and getting close to the animals at Auto Safari Zoo. For retail therapy, stroll amongst the boutiques and jewellery shops in town or head to the Friday morning market in nearby Son Severa. The resort of Cala Bona is just a short walk away and Sa Coma and S'illiot are within easy reach. There's also the Caves of Drach and Cuevas de Hams to discover. Whether you're looking to get away with family, friends or as a couple, we're sure that a holiday in Cala Millor will tick lots of boxes on your wish list.

We have a great selection of Cala Millor holidays to choose from

Weather Map More info...
Jan
9°C
Feb
10°C
Mar
11°C
Apr
13°C
May
17°C
Jun
21°C
Jul
24°C
Aug
24°C
Sep
22°C
Oct
18°C
Nov
13°C
Dec
11°C
Cala Millor's hot summers make it a popular choice with UK holidaymakers. The summer season runs from May to October, with the highest temperatures and least rainfall in June, July, August and September. Temperatures dip from November to February, but with five to six hours of sunshine daily, Cala Millor still makes a great destination for a spot of winter sunshine.
Things to see & do

There are lots of things to see and do during a holiday in Cala Millor. Sunbathe, swim or enjoy the watersports on offer on the beach from surfing and sailing to scuba diving, jet skiing and wakeboarding. There's horseriding and go kart rides available too. Animal lovers will enjoy the Auto Safari Zoo on the outskirts of Sa Coma, home to lions, tigers, elephants and giraffes. Fantasy Park outdoor play area is tops for children. Explore the island's coastline and underwater sights on a glass bottom boat trip.

Cala Millor boasts a lively nightlife with many family entertainment bars, karaoke bars, pubs and a few discos to enjoy. The pedestrianised town centre is full of bars and restaurants. If it's a quiet meal and a drink you're looking for, a stroll along the seafront will bring you to Cala Bona with its fish restaurants.

Food & drink

There are many restaurants and cafes to satisfy all tastes in Cala Millor From freshly caught fish and seafood to local tapas, burgers, pasta and fast food options. Enjoy a glass of local wine or beer with your meal, followed by a jug or two of sangria.