Calas De Mallorca Holidays

Majorca’s chilled-out quarter

There’s a lot to be said for a Mediterranean holiday that keeps it simple and gets the basics right – a break that is so laid-back that you won’t feel like you need to book another holiday as soon as you get home. Calas de Mallorca holidays provide exactly that, with this sunkissed spot to the southeast of the island of Majorca, blessed with fine sandy beaches, warm, clear seas and reliable sunshine.

You’ll also find rugged scenery, a diverse array of restaurants for all tastes and a choice of bars if you do want to get your dancing shoes on. There are plenty of activities and interesting day trips on the doorstep, but if all you want to do is chill on a sunlounger with a good book in one hand and a cocktail in the other, there’s zero pressure to do otherwise.

Your Calas de Mallorca questions, answered

Very much so – in the resort’s commercial centre there's plenty for little ones to enjoy, including a bouncy castle, trampolines, climbing frames and mini-golf.

The commercial centre has several places where you can pick up the essentials or, for a more authentic experience, the nearby town of Felanitx hosts a Sunday market.

Take your pick from a wide variety of bars, including some with a disco vibe and others that put on live music throughout the season.

Best things to do in Calas de Mallorca

Clutch your pearls

The nearby town of Manacor is at the heart of the island’s historic pearl industry – tour the factory and pick up a unique souvenir with which to remember your trip.

Hit the links

Tee up a trip with the kids to the town’s mini-golf course. For grown-ups, the Vall d’Or course is just a short 10-minute drive away.

Go underground

At the nearby Caves of Drach you can hop in a boat and marvel at rock formations accompanied by a romantic light show and classical music.