Inturotel Esmeralda Resort

When you stay at the Inturotel Esmeralda Resort, you get two hotels for the price of one. There’s plenty in the way of facilities, including a number of pools and restaurants, and you’re only a couple of minutes’ walk from the beach, so you’ll never be short of a place to relax and unwind.

A family-friendly location, it has everything from mini golf to tennis as well as a windsurfing and sailing school if you want to learn a new hobby.

Overview of Cala d’Or

When you head on a holiday to Majorca, you’ll see exactly why it’s the most popular of the Balearic Islands.

With some of the finest beaches in the world and a year-round warm climate, Majorca offers families sun, sea, sand and – for the grown ups – sangria. Whether you’re looking to relax and unwind or get out and explore, Majorca has something for you.

In Cala d’Or, home to Inturotel Esmeralda Resort, you’ll discover hidden coves, beautiful beaches and characterful towns. Cala d’Or literally translates as ‘golden bay’ and, at this family-friendly resort, you’ll find a world of glorious beaches and seemingly endless sunshine.

Things to do in Cala d’Or

When you stay at the Inturotel Esmeralda Resort, the shops, restaurants and bars of the resort centre are around a 15-minute walk away.

Here you’ll find whitewashed buildings, pretty harbours and many award-winning restaurants. Whether you’re looking for British classics or traditional tapas, you’re set. For stunning seafood, head to the marina.

The hotel is opposite Cala Esmeralda cove – the best spot to relax. A beautiful and secluded cove, the sands here are fine and the waters are inviting. With a shallow slope from the beach, they’re also perfect for children who love to paddle.

On a stay in Cala d’Or, the whole family will find a place that they’ll fall in love with. From the glorious beaches to the beautiful restaurants, everyone will have chance to relax, soak up the sun and create memories that will last a lifetime.


Resort Summary

Cala Dor’s seven sandy beaches are a huge draw to those visiting the area. The town’s name literally translates as ‘Golden Cove’ and it’s safe to say it lives up to its namesake.

Cala Gran is the most popular beach in the area due to its beautifully sheltered position. With long stretches of white sand encircled by lush palm trees you’ll be transported to your own tranquil oasis here. For a less developed beach with fewer visitors head to Cala Esmeralda where there is plenty of room for your whole party to spread out on the sand.

With seven beaches there is something to suit everyone, including a naturist spot for those who are so inclined. If you’re hiring a car this holiday or are up for taking public transportation, one hidden gem is the Parc Natural De Mondrago.

This national park is home to an exquisite beach, clear, blue lagoons and idyllic footpaths amidst luscious greenery. You might even catch a glimpse of some native tortoises.

All of these beaches offer sun loungers and parasols that can be hired daily at a small fee. Several coves have restaurants lining the promenades where you can grab a spot of lunch if you’re getting peckish.