The Majorcan holiday resort of Calas de Mallorca lies on the southeast of the island. This resort gets its name from the many calas (creeks or small rivers) that run into the Sea. Over the centuries these have formed a series of small bays and coves. Backing many of these creeks are cliffs where the pine forests reach to the sea.
Calas de Mallorca is popular with families and those seeking a quieter holiday. With so many bays and coves to choose from, it’s often possible to find one all to yourself. Here the turquoise waters are perfect for snorkeling and diving.
Beaches of Cala de Mallorca
Life in Calas de Mallorca centres around its main beach, Cala Domingos Gran. The nearby commercial centre is where the majority of shops, bars and restaurants are. There are also several children’s playgrounds to occupy the young ones.
Surrounding the main beach are low cliff backed by a pleasant promenade. This promenade is perfect for an evening stroll alongside the beach.
Cala Domingos Gran is a very family friendly beach. There are cute floating cars complete with their own personal water slides. Other beach facilities include sun loungers and thatched parasols.
Popular Activities in Calas de Mallorca
Activities include a glass bottom boat cruise for the more sedate holidaymaker. Water activities such as jet skiing and scuba diving are popular here.
Keen hikers and snorkelers should head north along the coast from Calas de Mallorca. Here the nature trails reveal cove after cove of beautiful coastline.
When the sun sets, the resorts bars and restaurants beckon. These offer visitors a great selection of local and imported drinks. Imaginative cocktails and delicious cuisine are available throughout the resort.
For those wanting to kick up their heels, Calas de Mallorca has a couple of lively music bars and nightclubs. The nearby Vall d’Or Golf Club will cater for those wishing to shoot a round of golf.