If you're looking for a wild night out on the town Cala d'Or probably isn't your ideal location. This slightly quieter resort has plenty of joints to unwind and have a pleasant evening in, but they mostly consist of laid-back bars, pubs and karaoke spots. Cala d'Or's main high street area and marina are where you're most likely to find a nightlife scene. If you're not into the rowdy clubbing scene then you'll appreciate Cala d'Or's more relaxed evening entertainment.
Karaoke lovers are in luck as Betty's Music Bar hosts unforgettable evenings full of singing and dancing. No matter how good you are at singing, the crowd will cheer you on as you sing along to the likes of Celine Dion and Cher. This little place will make your evening extra special as you and your friends laugh along with like-minded holidaymakers.
You'll feel right at home with some Irish hospitality at The Dubliner, an Irish sports bar playing all the current matches on TV. They offer a wide selection of beers and when the evening gets going you can join in with the karaoke or listen to the live bands.
You'll experience spectacular views across the marina as you chill out in this English pub, the Jolly Roger. The name itself sums up the quirky atmosphere in this friendly joint. It offers a variety of beers and seemingly unending glasses of sangria as you watch the boats come and go along the waters. If you're into football you can watch the most recent games on their Sky TV.
This open-air bar is a great spot to sip on a reasonably priced drink as you watch the world go by. In the evenings Eden Paradise showcases a variety of tribute acts that you are more than welcome to sing along to. If you want to steal the microphone for yourself, there are karaoke slots later on in the evenings.
In a great location with epic views over the Mediterranean Sea, the welcoming staff at Quarterdeck serve up delicious cocktails while funky tunes play in the background. If you're looking for a quiet night spent watching the sun set over the coastline with a glass of wine in your hand, this bar is the place for you.
Run by an Irish family, Patsy Fagans is the real deal. A classic Irish tavern, it will welcome you with warmth, a first-class drinks menu and friendly service. You can spend the evening here listening to the live Irish singers while you drink a pint of Guinness. The Kenny Rogers tribute night is a real treat.
Quirky and one of a kind, Luna Bar boasts great views over the marina from its outdoor terrace. It's known for custom-concocted gin and tonics and cocktails made with fresh fruit. The experienced bartenders here have been in the business for over 15 years and can mix you up any drink that you desire.
The Guinness and banter is always flowing at Harp and Shamrock. This Irish bar has live bands playing nightly, so make sure you put on your dancing shoes. You'll feel right at home in this friendly and welcoming establishment singing along to your Irish favourites and chatting with all of the regulars.
This may look like an everyday English pub, but in the evenings this place transforms into a dancing disco. Come during the week and dance away to legends from the 70s, 80s and 90s or, for a more contemporary feel, on the weekends they play current chart toppers.
Time Out Party Cafe is your best bet for a boogie in a club atmosphere. This upbeat dance bar has a thriving atmosphere and its resident DJs spin tracks from current chart artists. This place is popular with locals and tourists alike, so you can bring your whole group and end your night off right.