Holidays in Cala Bona
|Language:||Spanish (English widely spoken)|
|Local time:||GMT/BST +1 hour|
|Flight time||Transfer time
|Palma||2 hours 15 mins||75 minutes|
Cala Bona holidays
Situated on the eastern coast of Majorca and adjacent to Cala Millor is the stunning resort Cala Bona. Once a small fishing village, Cala Bona has a new and improved harbour which has become the heart of this resort, attracting tourists year after year to enjoy. The relaxing and peaceful atmosphere surrounding this resort makes it the perfect destination for families with young children and couples looking to enjoy a romantic getaway.
Similar to all the resorts in Majorca, there is an extensive option of dining experiences from the traditional Spanish restaurants serving paellas and tapas to the international cuisines combining dishes from all around the world. Relax in one of the numerous restaurants in the harbour indulging in the fresh catch of the day that the local fishermen bring home before taking an enjoyable stroll around the narrow and winding streets.
With a large number of gift and souvenir shops, you will not miss out on searching for gorgeous souvenirs to remember your holiday in Cala Bona, and culture enthusiasts may want to venture a little further afield to the Manacor to sample some of the goods and produce available at the market there.
Exploring Cala Bona
Home to over three kilometres of fine, sandy beaches, a day at the beach really is the Cala Bona’s main attraction and tourists will be spoilt for choice on choosing a spot to relax. A combination of man-made coves with the long stretches of golden sands and rocky headlands provide the perfect location for everyone including young children to enjoy hours of care-free sun bathing and paddling.
If you fancy replacing chilling out on the beach for endless hours in the sun with a day packed full of activities and adventures then simply walk down to the water’s edge, where you can choose from a whole range of water sports like sailing or windsurfing. For golf enthusiasts, there are over four first-class courses to choose from, not forgetting the extensive range of other land activities available such as Go-Carting, cycling and horse riding. A glass-bottomed boat ride from the harbour and costal trips to Porto Cristo and Cala Ratjada are also definitely worth participating in. If you need a break from the beach, then magnificent stalactites and stalagmites of the Drach Caves provide an enjoyable and alternative day out. Or maybe visit the popular safari park in Cala Millor before busting into the outdoor marked in Son Servera.
Despite being a low-key resort, evening entertainment is by no means absent, with hotels providing endless amounts of entertainment and an abundance of bars and restaurants lining the streets to enjoy your evenings in. If you fancy a bit of a livelier night, then head to the neighbouring resort of Cala Millor which is only a twenty minute walk or 5 minute taxi ride away.
A tailor-made holiday to Cala Bona
If it’s a charming, traditional beach resort that you’re after which centers around sun, sea and relaxation then a holiday to Cala Bona is definitely for you, especially as it still contains all the amenities of a larger resort such as Cala Millor. Get the most out of your time away with the latest offers from easyJet holidays.