Cala Millor Things to Do

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    Sa Coma Auto Safari

    by nigelw6443 Written Aug 30, 2006

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    On our way to the safari park

    As far as zoos and safari parks go this place is a bit sad but on a cloudy day when you don't want to visit the beach or pool this is something to do. I thought that the park was very rough, dry and rocky but thinking now it is no different really to the Etosha National park in Namibia. A bus will take you to the park for free from Sa Coma, Cala Bona and Cala Millor. You can drive around the park if you have your own vehicle or you can travel on their safari bus.

    Entrance fees are not much..prices to follow this includes entry to the zoo as well and also there is a live show with Leopards, Tigers and Pumas.

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    Watersports

    by nigelw6443 Written Aug 30, 2006

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    Cala Millor has a wonderful beach and if it's watersports you want then opposite the hotel Riu Playa you will find it all. You can hire a jetski, climb on the big banana or parasailing, water skiing wake boarding.

    If you just want to relax then there are beds for hire. I spent almost the whole day without even seeing the vendor.

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    A walk along the prom!

    by nigelw6443 Written Aug 30, 2006

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    Another view of the beach Cala Millor

    After an exhausting morning catching rays, I quite enjoyed a walk along the prom. There are the obvious gift shops and an abundance of restaurants to eat at or just sit down in the sun/shade and watch the people whilst supping on a nice cold San Miguel!

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    Trike Rental

    by nigelw6443 Written Jun 29, 2008
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    You know the song Barnaby Wild, sorry Born to be Wild, well, you can rent yourself a Trike and even partake in an organised trike tour of Majorca. If it's not a trike you're after then you can also rent bicycles here too for a more leisurely tour of Cala Millor and Cala Bona.

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    The Beach

    by nigelw6443 Written Jun 29, 2008
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    Cala Millor has one of the nicest beaches in Majorca and as the name suggests is "The better bay" to the neighbouring Cala Bona "The good bay" and is approx. 6km long and sandy.

    There are sunbeds to rent and these sit under the shade of the straw umbrellas which populate most beaches here.

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    Aquabus

    by nigelw6443 Written Jul 19, 2008
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    From the boat jetty at the east end of the beach there are rtegular daily boat trips. The boats are catamaran and offer underwater views, although these are only possible when the boat is not in motion.

    The boats run up until 3 in the afternoon on an hourly basis depending on your destination. A round trip costs around € 18, if you get off to do some shopping o this price goes up to € 20.

    Other cruise options are available for instance for the kids they have Pirate and Viking trips and they also do what is called a Paradise trip?

    The boats run between Cala Ratjada stopping at Font De sel Cala, Canyamel, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Sa Coma, S'Illot, Porto Cristo, Cala Romantica´and Calas De Mallorca.

    There is a ticket office at the jetty although you may get a better price through your travel company or hotel.

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    Horse carriages

    by nigelw6443 Written Aug 30, 2006

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    Horse carriage riding Cala Millor

    At the end of the main street in Cala Millor you will find the gypsy horse carriages. Personally it's not my thing but you can take a scenic route around the town in a horse carriage!

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