The focal point of Cala Millor is the beach of the same name, which is more than 1.5 kilometres long and with its large expanse of white sand offers lots of room for both sun-lovers and those who want to walk or jog along the beach, and swimming conditions are also good here. A large promenade lined with palm-trees runs along the beach and here you will find countless food and drink outlets and leisure activities to fill your day at the beach.
Next to the promenade begins the tourist accommodation quarter. There are more than 60 hotels in Cala Millor, plus guesthouses, holiday homes and apartment complexes. The tourist conurbation of Cala Millor flows seamlessly into neighbouring Cala Bona. This is another large beach which leaves little to be desired. To the south is Sa Coma which also has a large, busy beach. In between is a beautiful conservation area on a small peninsula which is very inviting for short hikes.
Those who prefer not to move around on foot have countless possibilities in Cala Millor, including amongst others jet-skiing, paragliding, speedboats, quad bikes and segways. A visit to the Safari Zoo here is also an option and the variety of landscapes in Majorca is well worth one or two day-trips.
The range of beaches in Cala Millor is also more varied than it seems at first glance. In addition to the large main beaches with diverse options for the whole family, there are also some bays with totally different characteristics where you can get away from it all and find some peace and quiet in natural surroundings. The beaches of Cala Millor have something for almost everyone.
"For bathing enthusiasts, keen walkers and the whole family"
"No jollifications or hullabaloo - pure relaxation instead"
"Popular holiday resort for the whole family"
"Popular with locals and holidaymakers alike"
"Relaxation for families, older people and regular visitors"
"Rocky beach with natural diving platform"
"Splendid for undisturbed and uninhibited bathing"