Sol Mirador De Calas

The Sol Mirador De Calas dishes up sea views from every angle. The hotel’s located on a headland right on the coast, so almost every room looks over the water. When you want to spend a day on the beach, there’s a sandy cove close by.

The large outdoor pool comes with a sun terrace that’s dotted with palms and sunloungers.

The buffet restaurant serves a variety of local and international dishes. You can also watch as your food’s prepared at show-cooking stations. When the restaurant’s closed, there’s a snack bar at the sister hotel.

Overview of Calas de Mallorca

Calas de Mallorca is a modern and stylish resort. It’s particularly popular with couples looking for relaxing holidays to Majorca because it’s one of the island’s quieter resorts.

Days in Calas de Mallorca are usually spent lounging on the Blue Flag beach or enjoying long walks around the coastline. For this reason, top hotels like the Sol Mirador De Calas hug the coastline.

There’s a lot going on in Calas de Mallorca away from the beaches, though, including a lively commercial centre packed with shops, restaurants and bars. Plus, thanks to great public transport links, it’s easy to explore the entire island.

Things to do in Calas de Mallorca

At the Sol Mirador De Calas, you’re only a short walk away from Cala Antena Beach, which is accessed via steps. It’s an incredibly secluded spot to spend an afternoon, and this small beach is surrounded by cliffs, so you’re always sheltered from the wind.

The centre of Calas de Mallorca is also within walking distance. The beachfront bars and restaurants are great places to visit for an evening meal or a freshly-mixed cocktail.

On a Sunday morning, head to Felanitx for the best market on the island. You can buy all your souvenirs or stock up on local produce.

Enjoy a relaxing stay in Calas de Mallorca, where you’ll enjoy picturesque views and relaxing afternoons!

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.