One of Majorca’s original holiday resorts, Cala Millor (meaning ‘Better Bay’) remains a quintessential spot on the island for a family-friendly beach break. Cala Millor holidays centre around the resort’s impressive Blue Flag-awarded beach, which stretches almost 2 kilometres along the east coast with swathes of white sand lapped by turquoise water.
A buzzy promenade snakes along the length of the beaches all the way up to the more sedate Cala Bona, while a long pedestrian street lined with numerous enticing bars, restaurants and shops takes you through the middle of the town. A short stroll to the south, nature lovers can ramble through a protected reserve and enjoy fabulous views along the scenic coast. Add in some laid-back nightlife and great leisure facilities, and it’s no surprise why so many families return for holidays to Cala Millor year after year.
Hit the surf
Cala Millor’s broad bay and calm waters are perfect for water sports, which range from the sedate, such as paddle boarding and pedalos, to the more daring parasailing and jet-skiing.
Just a short drive away, you can find the Coves del Drach – the island’s most impressive cave formations that also feature one of the world’s largest underground lakes.
You’ll find one of the island’s best go-karting tracks just outside the resort, where even kids as young as five years old can have a go tearing around the course.