Protur Playa Cala Millor

With everything set up for the perfect couples break, the Protur Playaguarantees a memorable holiday to Majorca for adults. Its chic and elegant surroundings complement its great location overlooking the beautiful sea. Designed with comfort in mind, you’ll enjoy an outdoor pool surrounded by Balinese beds for two, as well as another rooftop infinity pool, plus a spa with sauna and gym. Later, relax in the stylish chill-out area as you choose whether to eat al fresco in the buffet restaurant or from its Mediterranean-themed restaurant.

Overview of Cala Millor

Cala Millor is one of Majorca’s best resorts. Located along the rugged east coast, it’s spread over 6km of coves and inlets, all with stunning little beaches that perfectly set off its modern and lively town. From here, you’ve other resorts just a short walk away such as Cala Bona, Sa Coma and S’Illot, so you’ll really get a taste of island life in the Balearics here. In the evenings, the place comes alive. Spread all along the coastline, discos and entertainment bars light up for non-stop fun.

Things to do in Cala Millor

The Blue Flag beach outside the Protur Playa is not only great for lapping up the glorious Majorcan sunshine, it’s also ideal for windsurfing. You’ve everything you need from the windsurfing school on the beach. Follow the palm-shaded promenade past souvenir shops and outdoor cafés and you’ll reach the town centre in less than ten minutes. The activities don’t stop there though. Try go-karting or horse-trekking in the mountains. If that’s not enough, you’ve four golf courses within a 20-minute drive. Nature lovers shouldn’t miss the nearby Caves of Hams and Caves of Drach with their amazing rock formations. As the sun sets, feel the vibe with music and dancing at the many bars and clubs. As soon as you arrive, you’ll know that the Protur Playais for you, especially once you enjoy the beaches and lively town.

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.