Globales America Hotel

Not only does the Globales America Hotel line up sea-view pools and a handful of dining options, but it’s also next to one of the finest beaches in Calas de Mallorca.

Thanks to the hotel’s setting, sea views come as standard and you can see the water from bedroom balconies, the pools and the restaurants.

There’s a duo of pools to choose from, plus another that’s set up for children. They’re all bordered by sunloungers. There’s also a poolside bar and a pizzeria out here, as well as a barbecue venue. Inside, you can pile your plate high in the buffet restaurant.

Overview of Calas de Mallorca

Calas de Mallorca is a stylish, modern and quiet resort. It’s slightly more chilled than some of Majorca’s most lively destinations, but there’s still plenty to keep you entertained.

When you choose Calas de Mallorca for your holiday to Majorca, you’ll enjoy beautiful coastal walks, secluded coves and a gorgeous Blue Flag beach. Plus, the resort has a buzzing commercial centre and the best market on the island.

When you want to leave the Globales America Hotel and explore, it’s easy. Public transport’s efficient, so it’s a great base for visiting further afield.

Things to do in Calas de Mallorca

There’s a sandy beach that sits just below the Globales America Hotel. There’s also a staircase down to the beach, so it’ll take you under a minute to reach the sand. It comes with a good selection of sunloungers and thatched parasols, so you can work on your tan. The beaches are also perfect for sandcastle building and the waters are shallow, so it’s great for kids.

A five-minute walk will take you to the shops and restaurants of the resort centre, which also caters for families. It has a funfair, crazy golf, play parks and bikes for hire.

The whole family will love a trip to Calas de Mallorca, and everyone will leave grinning from cheek to cheek.


Resort Summary

Although there’s plenty in the area to do, many visitors of Calas de Mallorca prefer to laze by the pool, reading, bronzing and enjoying the Spanish sun, sand and sangria. Thankfully, Calas de Mallorca won’t let you down there either.

Three sandy coves dimple the coastal resort – Cala Antena, Cala Domingos Gran and Cala Domingos Petit. The trio are each kitted out with all the pedalos, parasols and sun loungers you can get your hands on. The largest of these three, Cala Domingos Gran, carries the European Blue Flag award for its crystal clear waters and spotless sand.

From right by the seaside, you can sip cocktails or supper at one of the bars or restaurants along the coast. If you love wildlife then hop aboard a glass-bottom boat to gaze upon life beneath the waves.