A knockout beach, a fun park, laidback restaurants – Cala Millor holidays give you the whole shebang.
The name Cala Millor roughly translates as ‘better bay’. And they didn’t just pluck the name out of thin air. They’re on about the bleach-white, Blue Flag beach. It’s what catapulted this humble town into a family-friendly holiday hotspot – the biggest on Majorca’s east coast.
Out and about
If you’ve got a budding Lewis Hamilton in your brood, they’ll love the amusement park in Cala Millor. It’s got bouncy castles, bungee trampolines and a go-karting track. Just outside of town, there’s a drive-through safari on the way to Sa Coma
. Or you can make the drive inland to Son Servera. Here, the main attraction is a half-finished, neo-Gothic church designed by one of Spain's best-known architects, Bellver – a pupil of Gaudi.
There’s plenty of chatter about the beach in this neck of the woods. And it doesn’t disappoint. You’re looking at a bumper breadcrumb trail of sand that runs for just over a mile. Plus, you’re sorted for family holidays
– there are enough watersports to last you a lifetime. On the thumb-shaped headland, there’s Punta de n’Amer – a nature reserve with a 17-century watchtower.