Levante Park (La Luna) Hotel
A stay at the Levante Park (La Luna) Hotel covers all the bases for a family-friendly holiday. As well as a by-the-beach location, there’s a choice of spacious pools and the town centre is only a minute’s walk away.
The property shares its facilities with two sister hotels. During your stay, you can use their facilities, too.
Meals are enjoyed at the buffet restaurant. Large spreads are served here, but you’ll need to make a reservation ahead of time.
A full line-up of evening entertainment is held in the sister hotel. Take a trip to the Hotel Levante’s lounge and you’ll discover that game shows, quizzes, singers and shows are all on the cards.
Overview of Cala Bona
Majorca has become synonymous with sun, sea, sand and sangria. With a warm climate throughout the year, fantastic amenities, stunning scenery and plenty of nightlife, it’s easy to see why holidays to Majorca are now so popular.
The fishing town of Cala Bona has been transformed by Majorca’s recent boom in tourism. Once a quiet area, it’s now packed with restaurants, attractions and top-class hotels like the Levante Park (La Luna) Hotel.
The stars of the show here are the picture-perfect beaches that hug the coast. The caramel-coloured sands offer scenic views out over the turquoise waters, so you’ll feel like you’re in heaven as you lounge on the beach.
Things to do in Cala Bona
The Levante Park (La Luna) Hotel is only seconds away from a sandy beach and a pretty seafront promenade where you can grab a drink and a bite to eat.
The centre of Cala Bona is also only a minute-long walk away. The streets here are lined with shops and cafes. Because it’s pedestrianised, it’s also a great spot for kids to take a stroll.
For the best views in Cala Bona, head round the corner to the smart marina. As well as watching the ships come to shore, you’ll have first-rate sea and mountain views that capture the very best of this idyllic location.
With so much to see and do in Cala Bona, you’ll feel like you’re in a bustling metropolis rather than a former fishing town. Its unique charm will encourage you to return year after year.