Cala Bona Majorca


Holidays to Cala Bona
Departing 7 nights
from
14 nights
from
March£185£213
April£237£281
May£260£280
June£265£315
July£283£346
August£333£361
September£285£319
October£241£283

Holidays to Majorca
Departing 7 nights
from
14 nights
from
March£185£213
April£237£281
May£194£177
June£197£252
July£229£279
August£284£289
September£179£175
October£124£162

Holidays in Cala Bona offer a unwinding base with loads of traditional Spanish allure. Here you'll reveal the essential ingredients for magical holidays- beautiful beaches. Excellent restaurants. Beautiful scenery. It's the ideal place for summer holidays to Majorca. Originally a small fishing village, Cala Bona has a newly reformed harbour and pedestrianised zone as its central focus. Fishermen ply the waters and bring home the catches of the day that regularly feature on the locals menus. Here you can unwind in one of the many restaurants and cafes that envelop this traditional heart of the resort.

Cala Bona is home to several sandy beaches, scattered with rocky coves. There's over three kilometres of fine sandy beach that runs to Cala Bona's lively neighbour, Cala Millor. Down on the beach you'll find plenty of space to lounge, along with loads of watersports like sailing and windsurfing. Entertainment in Cala Bona is mainly based around the many excellent bars and restaurants. Start your evening in one of the cocktail bars peppered around the resort. Here you can try allsorts of exotic concotions, like a sugary margarita or sophisticated ginger cosmo.

Like day follows night, a hearty meal comes after the flowing cocktails. Select from the huge range of restaurants serving cuisine from around the world, as well as the traditional Spanish fare like paella and thick, meaty stews. This wonderful resort is splendid for those looking for holidays in a land of sun, sea and total relaxation. So what are you waiting for?

The resort of Cala Bona and the twin resort of Cala Millor are located on the eastern coast of the Baleric island of Majorca. These resorts are separated by a 5 minute taxi fare or a 20 minute walk for the health conscious.

Most resorts in Majorca are focused on either English or German tourists. Cala Bona is very much a British resort while Cala Millor is a little out of the ordinary as a mixed resort in that both English and German tourists visit in numbers. Cala Bona is much the quieter of the two towns making it ideal for young families. In Cala Bona most of the evening entertainment takes part in local hotels. Cala Bona is probably not for tourists wanting to visit pubs and clubs but Cala Millor is the place for night life and as previously mentioned is only a 5 minute taxi ride or a 20 minute walk away.

Cala Bona has grown from a tiny traditional fishing village into an important holiday resort on Majorca's quieter east coast. The original village of Cala Bona is still on view as Cala Bona still has a number of the narrow streets. The harbour is an interesting part of the resort of Cala Bona. The harbour has been refurbished recently and now provides a number of harbourside cafes, bars and eateries. A number of local tourist excursions are available by the harbour.

Cala Bona includes a number of smallish sandy beaches sheltered between man made rocky breakwaters forming calm, sheltered waters ideal for swimming and paddling in relative safety. Over the last few years these lagoons seem to have formed a natural trap for the local seaweed to accumulate both in the water and on the beach. Son Severa council have started to deal with this problem by undertaking a seaweed removal program to prevent it accumulating. Cala Bona's beaches are now generally in fine fettle as a result of the council's efforts.