Guide to Cala Millor - Tourist and Travel Information

Cala Millor, a fantastic popular resort with a 2km long sandy beach

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The Resort

Where to stay?

Where do I find local information?

What is the Beach like?

Walking and Cycling

Where to Eat?

Where are the Local Shops?

Where is the Chemist?

Getting Around


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Sandy Beaches Pedestrian Precinct

Cala Millor BeachThe pedestrian precinct

The Resort

Cala Millor, one of the largest resorts on the East Coast, has been a popular choice since tourism first began on the Island. With its superb 2km golden sandy beach, a wide selection of accommodation and an abundance of places to eat, it continues to be a firm favourite with families and couples.

Even although the resort has rapidly increased in size with the tourist boom, the original character and atmosphere has been retained. People love the vast variety of shops, cafes and bars some of which still serve traditional Tapas.

In the past the main resort visitors were from Germany. Many families bought property in the area for use for holidays, retirement or for permanent residences. In recent years there has been an increase in tourists from Britain, France, Scandinavian Countries, Holland and Eastern Europe with many Russians and Chinese taking the opportunity to buy property in the area with a golden visa.

Cala Millor Accommodation

Hotel Caleia Hotel Castell Del Mar Private Villa

senator hotelcastell del mar hotelprivate villa

Many Hotels, positioned frontline on the promenade enjoy spectacular views from Punt de N'Amer to the far end of Costa de Los Pinos.

You will find all types of hotels ranging from 2 star Hostals (small hotels) to 4 and 5 star luxury Hotels. The Hotels in general are of good quality with refurbishment taking place on a regular basis. Hipotels and Protur groups own several hotels in Cala Millor and throughout this area.

You will also find some Private Apartment accommodation in Cala Millor-Cala Bona.. This is a preferred option for those who want home comforts, more space and a more flexible style holiday.

Cala Millor - Where can I find local Information ?

tourist information officesIf you need Information during your holiday in Cala Millor you can visit one of the local information offices, the first beside the pedestrian promenade (opposite 'Springfield' near Plaza Eureka) and the second, opposite the beach near to the Hotel Bahia Del Este. There you will find a variety of local Information available in several languages including free maps. There is an attendant on duty who can also help you if you need more specific information.

Your Local Tourist Information offices can be found here

You can find other interesting information on the Balearic Islands from the official website of the Islas Baleares

The Beautiful Beach

cala millor beach

The beautiful beach stretches for 2 km, running the entire length of Cala Millor to Punt de N'Amer which separates the resort with Sa Coma.

The beach area is wide with fine golden sand attracting many families with young children. There are lifeguards on duty, however please pay attention to the flag flying as this stretch of water can have very strong currents.  

View to Punt de N'Amer Start of Cala Millor Beach

beach view to punt de n'amersmall beach

You will find the usual sunbeds, parasols, pedalos for rent and a variety of water-sports available including Jet-Ski hire, Water Ski-ing, Paraglding and Banana Boat rides.

This beach can become very busy in Summer however you will always find a space if you look hard enough!

Find more information on other beaches in Mallorca.

From the Cala Millor Jetty, you can take a short boat trip to Porto Cristo, Sa Coma or even Cala Ratjada.

Scuba Diving is very popular in the east Coast and you will find the local Diving School Albatros in nearby Cala Bona.

Cala Millor Jetty Watersports Available

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Walking and Cycling

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Cala Millor Cycle Track, Promenade Castle at 'Punt de N'Amer' Cala Millor

pedestrian promenade with cycle track castle at punt de namer

The resort is completely flat, a great bonus for the elderly, disabled or people with buggies to push around! The Cycle track which mainly runs parallel to the beach, links with the nearby resorts of Cala Bona and Sa Coma. There is an additional cycle link available from Cala Millor to the town of Son Servera.

People enjoy walking along the seafront promenade to Cala Bona (5-10 minutes), or in the opposite direction to Sa Coma (15-20 minutes).

One of the most popular walks is along the pedestrian promenade on the seafront leading to Punt de n'Amer which eventually leads to a tiny Historic Castle. If you stop at the Cafe beside the Castle, you can enjoy the most beautiful views across the bay.

There are several cycle and bike hire shops, some on the promenade and some in the streets within Cala Millor. You will find all kinds of bikes available including six seater fun bikes.

Find information on the nearby Village of Son Servera, a short distance from Cala Millor.

Dining to suit all tastes!

Even although many of the Hotels have opted for 'All-Inclusive' Holidays resulting in a reduction in restaurants, cafes, bars you will still find a considerable choice throughout Cala Millor. Everything from traditional Spanish and Mallorquin food to German, Italian, British, Chinese and Indian food. Also if you need some take-away food, you can opt for Pizzas, Kebabs, Burger King and McDonalds.

Restaurant Bonanza

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You will find many Restaurants and Cafes along the Promenade, in the steets running from the beach and along the Pedestrian Precinct in the centre of town. This Precinct has a real 'cosmopolitan' feel in the evenings when it comes alive.

Check out our selection of places to eat in Cala Millor.

Local Shops

cala millor pedestrian precinct

Fashion and Souvenirs

There are a multitude of small stores around town selling souvenirs, perfume and cosmetics plus various other tourist related shops.

In the Pedestrian Precinct, in the centre of Cala Millor, there are a good range of fashion shops such as Mango and Esprit.


There are many small supermarkets selling basic items such as bread, fruit, cold meats, drinks etc throughout the resort in general.

You will find an Eroski Supermarket, near to the beach on Avenida Joan Servera Camps.

Mercadona, Lidl and Aldi are in Cala Millor centre along with Hiper Centro, another Supermarket with a good selection of produce.

You could travel to nearby Sa Coma, where you will find a Carrefour Hypermarket selling everything from groceries to electrical goods.

If you feel like travelling a little further, perhaps Palma for a day you could check out our Comprehensive guide to Shops in Mallorca.

Chemist (Farmacia)

Cala Millor area has several Chemists, see the list below.

If the Chemist is closed for any reason (Fiesta etc), check for a message displayed on their window for the nearest area duty Chemist.

Avenida Joan Servera Camps, 17

Paseo Maritimo, 11

C'as'Hereu, 12

Calle Na Llambies (Cala Bona)

Getting Around

car hireCar Hire is available in the resort from one of the Ticket/Tour offices or Hotel receptions. If you prefer to have a car for your complete holiday, you can hire online for collection when you arrive at the Airport.

For more information on Car Hire and Transport around the Island of Mallorca check out all your transport options

local bus

To visit nearby Cala Bona or Sa Coma you can walk or take a taxi. You can use local buses to travel to various destinations such as Porto Cristo (30 minutes), Manacor

(40 minutes), Alcudia (approx 1 hr) or Palma (approx 2 hrs).

You can use the Official Bus TIB website to plan your route see information here

Local Bus Routes from Cala Millor

412 Porto Cristo - Caves of Drach - Manacor - Palma

445 Alcudia - Puerto de Pollensa

441 Cala Ratjada

See more bus and train routes with timetables here

You will also find timetables and routes at the various bus stops around town.

Little Train

little train

A Little Train links with nearby resorts. The Little Train service runs daily in the tourist season, June - September from approximately 0930 until 2000 and this is very popular with families with children.

It is cheaper to buy return tickets.


Hotels and Apartments normally provide evening entertainment shows for their guests with some offering free entry to non-residents.

If you are looking for Nightspots, Bars or Clubs you will find several mid to end of Cala Millor travelling towards Sa Coma. They open late evening until the early hours of the morning during Summer months normally June-September.

The most popular is Havana Club in Avenida Bon Temps.

Cala Ratjada, 20 minutes drive from Cala Millor is a popular choice for many young people looking for Nightime venues. Palma and South of the Island offer the largest range of Nightspots, Clubs, and Chill out Venues

Things to do near Cala Millor

Fantasy Park and Go-Karts

fantasy park You will find a Childrens Playpark near the end of the Cala Millor Pedestrian Precinct called 'Fantasy Park' which has a good range of children's attractions, trampolines, giant bouncy castle, childrens motorised cars and water activity. Behind this park there is a Go-Kart track which is proving very popular.

safari zoo

The Zoo Park in Sa Coma is a short distance from Cala Millor. The free Pick up point is in the centre of town in Calle Sol Naixent beside the stop for the Little Train. This is an enjoyable day out although watch out for the baboons jumping on your car bonnet. The Zoo Park itself operates a train to take you around the park if you prefer.

Some ideas for other nearby things to do and days out:

Take a trip to the local Caves

Arrange a Boat Trip from the ticket office

A visit to the Castle in Capdepera is a low cost idea

Travel a little further to Marineland, the Aquarium or one of the Waterparks

Find the top 20 ideas for a day out or trip

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Guide to Cala Millor -Tourist and Travel Information

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You can park free in the designated car park in the centre of Cala Millor


Looking for a quiet spot on the beach? Walk to the far end of the beach near Punt de N'Amer

Money Exchange

Shops normally offer better rates than banks

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