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...more
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.more
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.more
For the price the room was perfect. A bedroom, bathroom, living/dining room and a galley kitchen....more
I have stayed 3 times at this hotel and enjoyed every time although the hotel is very popular with...more
We stayed here full board in april 2007 and I would say our room was okay but the food was so so la...more
This local restaurant is recently opened and is already a popular place with the locals, Spanish and British. The Pa amb oli menu is probably one of the most extensive I've seen. Thgey also do Tapas, menus and Majorcan dishes. I tried the cheese and Serrano Pa amb oli. and really enjoyed it although the portion could have been a bit larger.more
It appears that more and more Spanish or Mallorquin restaurants are opening up and about time. This place although down a back street has a nice terrace.What did surprise me is that with drink orders a Tapa is delivered to the table. The Tapas here are of a reasonable portion and the waiting staff never forget to deliver.The menu is straight...more
This restuarant is at the back of the town one street parallel to the main pedestrian zone. It is in a modern building so it hasn't got a rustic feel to it but the food is superb and worth a little walk for!! For a starter we had Sobrasado which is the local sausage meat that comes from a special black pig. This is baked with cheese , served with...more
This restaurant is fairly typical of Cala Millor I suspect. The staff were friendly enough, but this has to be one of the worst pizzas I've ever had. We were pretty tired out after a day's sightseeing so stoppped off to check out restaurants in cala Millor on the way home to Porto Cristo. What a mistake!After walking around aimlessly for a while,...more
This very pleasant little restaurant offers a large selection of Tapas and a varied menu they also have a daily menu of specials, especially seafood which they buy fresh from the market every day. The service is good, especially if the owner Sion is serving. Lunches are not served as the restaurant is open evenings only. Yet again we came here...more
Cala Millor has a strict law that does not allow loud music after midnight, except perhaps on the odd saturday.
This club is popular and plays some good music with a reasonable size dance floor. However at midnight the doors are shut and the party continues until very early.
Dress Code: Casual
There are many shops in Cala millor selling the usual souvenirs. Prices are all about the same. If you are coming from the UK you will get cheap perfume here also spirits and cigarettes are cheaper. There are also some good wines to be found.
What to buy: Things to look for are the typical Majorcan craft such as Leather goods, Majorcan Pearls, Lace is very good here and also things made from Olive wood.