Cala Dor Apartments

If you’re looking for a hotel with a view, the Cala d’Or Apartments gets top marks. The spacious apartments come with a twin bedroom and two sofa beds in the lounge area. Think fresh walls, open-plan kitchens and private balconies.

A small lagoon-style pool sits on a large sun terrace in the middle of the property. It has a shallow section for kids and is surrounded by plenty of sunbeds and parasols. There’s also a bar that serves snacks, but proper dining is a do-it-yourself deal. Rooms come equipped with a fridge, a hob, a microwave and a toaster.

Overview of Puerto Rico

Shopping and water sports are the specialities in Puerto Rico. It’s home to three large shopping centres and a beach that’s packed to the rafters with water-based activities.

If you’re looking for a family-friendly holiday to Gran Canaria, the Cala d’Or Apartments are a fine choice. The variety of experiences in the surrounding area means there’s something to offer young and old alike, so the whole family will be grinning from ear to ear.

Things to do in Puerto Rico

The Cala d’Or Apartments is located above the town and you can reach the centre of Puerto Rico via a series of 300 steps. If you don’t fancy the walk, there are plenty of taxis waiting to shuttle you for a few euros.

If you’d like to reach the seafront, it’s only a little further afield. A varied restaurant line-up on the front means you can pick from Spanish tapas menus or grab some fast food on-the-go. On the beach, water sports are everywhere you look.

By day, family-friendly restaurants, mini golf and trampolines mean there’s lots for little ones. In the evening, there are some big-name bars on the front, and you can dance until the early hours in a club.

Whether you want a day at the beach or all-night fun, Puerto Rico has it all.


Resort Summary

The two main beaches in Puerto Rico are pretty unique, and we aren’t just saying that – both are man-made, which means both had their sands shipped in from foreign locations. The tranquil Amadores’ shores came from the Caribbean, while the golden grains of the bustling Puerto Rico Beach came directly from the Sahara, making that first squish of sand between your toes that much more exotic.

A Blue Flag award-winning beach for its superior water quality and attention to environmental preservation, the Amadores is loud-music free, ball-game free stretch of sand, whose calm bay is ringed by a wall of rocks that keep the waves tempered. At the Puerto Rico Beach, relaxation-ready holidaygoers can rent sunbeds and stretch out underneath the Spanish sun while children splash in the lightly lapping water.