Holiday Village Majorca

The stylish, modern Holiday Village Majorca combines comfort and excellent service with everything to ensure a fun-packed holiday. It has six huge pools, kids’ clubs, daily activities plus exciting entertainment featuring live shows. There’s also a few extra features at the Holiday Village Majorca to make your stay even more special. Choose a luxury swim-up room and visit the lush spa. Kids will soon be riding a bike through its unique Balanceability course and getting worn out on the double-decker Aerial Adventure course. Later, you’ll be dining al fresco under the stars from its selection of restaurants.

Overview of Cala Millor

Tucked inside the rugged east coast of Majorca is Cala Millor. Its name means ‘Better Bay’ and you’ll soon see why. Its outstanding, curved sandy beach with turquoise shallow waters edge around this friendly, relaxed town. While this may be the main reason for your holiday to Majorca, there’s lots more to Cala Millor. Its shady promenade lined with palm trees leads to beach stalls, souvenir shops and outdoor cafés. In town, restaurants serve delicious seafood, perfect for after you’ve enjoyed its fabulous range of water sports.

Things to do in Cala Millor

It’s just a ten minute stroll or a free shuttle bus to the centre of Cala Millor from the Holiday Village Majorca. Try windsurfing, paddle-boarding or diving for some water adventure in the bay. For thrills, there’s also parasailing, banana-boat rides and jet-skiing. Nearby resort of Cala Bona with its pretty harbour is a short walk away and don’t miss the popular walk to Na Penyal for panoramic views. Visit the Caves of Hams, famous for its spectacular underground lake, and the Caves of Drach where you’ll enjoy a boat ride and underground classical concert. You’ve also got the Aquarium de Mallorca, a safari zoo and a couple of children’s theme parks on your doorstep. There’s something for everyone on a holiday to Cala Millor, and the Holiday Village Majorca means there’s never a dull moment.


Resort Summary

There’s heaps of beach to go around at Cala Millor as it stretches for the entire length of the town and has been awarded the European Blue Flag status for its cleanliness and quality of facilities. The rocky headlands at either end protect the bay and make it great for paddling as well as bolder water activities.

Water skiing and board-sailing are popular activities here, as is finding your feet at the windsurfing school. Hop on a boat and you can go fishing, diving or spot marine creatures without getting wet on a glass-bottomed boat. If you did want to dive into the sea, the captain usually stops for 30 minutes for a chance to jump over board and cool off.

Snorkelling here is pleasing in the clear waters. If you swim north towards Cala Bona the rocky headland is home to large barracudas and you can walk back the scenic way along the prom in 15 minutes.