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Villas in Cala Millor, Majorca

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Hundredrooms compares Cala Millor villas for you from over hundred partners so that you can find all the information that you need with little effort about the Balearic island of Majorca. You can choose from a variety of filters to tailor the search to your needs, so you’ll always find the perfect accommodation. Discover its long sandy beaches and start your trip as relaxed and carefree as possible. Many beaches in the area are awarded Blue Flag status, which signifies that they are in keeping with sustainable and ecological tourism. Discover our aparthotels that combine the advantages of a private apartment with the services of a traditional hotel. In order to give you a realistic picture of the self-catering apartments available to you, we analyse the ratings of previous guests for you so that when booking with Hundredrooms, you are going home from home. The town is particularly popular with families, as the beaches are generally shallow and great for children. Together with the quiet Mediterranean sea, the beaches in Cala Millor are therefore also suitable for a family holiday with small children. Families and larger groups will feel at home in a holiday apartment in Cala Millor and can enjoy the space and space you would not find in a conventional hotel while also saving up to 40% on price! The surrounding area also invites you to explore the attractions that are close by - so what are you waiting for?

Accommodation in Cala Millor

The name Cala Millor translates to "better bay" and in fact - sunbathers and water sports fanatics feel nothing but better here. The nearly two-kilometre-long beach of white sand and clear waters make the area a mecca for sun worshippers staying in our holiday accommodation in Cala Millor. In the northern area, the city merges seamlessly into the next town Cala Bona, where you will find more beaches, holiday rentals and a wide range of leisure activities. We now briefly introduce you to some of the most beautiful apartments in Cala Millor to give you a brief overview.

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When to visit Cala Millor

Most of the tourists will reach Cala Millor via the international airport Son Sant Joan in Palma, which, depending on the season, serves direct links with Europe several times per day. After landing you have several options to get from the airport to Cala Millor. If you have booked a rental car, you can pick it up at the airport and reach your villa to rent in about an hour. A taxi that covers the route at the same time costs between 60 and 80 euros, depending on the time of day. A cheaper alternative is the public transport network on the island. The A42 bus line starts at the airport and reaches Cala Millor in two hours for a price of 12 euros. If you choose the airport bus, you will find the current timetables in English.The ports of Palma and Alcúdia are frequented several times a day by various ferries from Barcelona, ​​Valencia and southern France. The Majorcan weather lures many all year round with plenty of sun and little rain. Water sports enthusiasts and bathers feel most comfortable in the summer months, when the island enchants with 11 hours of sunshine and temperatures up to 35 degrees. As there is also the greatest demand during this period, the prices increase significantly in the months of June to August and we recommend that you book your accommodation as early as possible. September is a great time to visit and book a beach apartment as there are fewer tourists on the island and the air and water temperatures are close to those of the summer months. At the falling price level in spring and autumn, the temperatures of these seasons attract many athletes and sports enthusiasts year after year to the largest of the Balearic islands. Cala Millor is an excellent starting point for day trips and hikes. If you want to experience an authentic Mallorca, we recommend you to visit the island in winter.

Points of interest in Cala Millor

  • Punta de n'Amer: The nature reserve that can be reached on foot borders the south of Cala Millor and is waiting to be discovered by you. This 200-hectare peninsula has a large selection of walking trails, some of which are the highlight of the park - the Castell de sa Punta de n'Amer. Built at the end of the 17th century, the fortifications were part of the defensive ring on the Majorcan coast against frequent pirate attacks. The very well preserved building is open to the public and can be visited free of charge.
  • Coves del Drac: In Porto Cristo, 6 kilometres away, you will find one of the most impressive sights of the island. The so-called dragon caves are almost two kilometres long and have a few surprises in store for you. If you want to know more, take a look at: The Dragon Caves, a hidden treasure of Mallorca.
  • Palma: There is a lot to discover on a day trip to the capital of the Balearic Islands. Among the main attractions are without question the Cathedral of Saint Mary, built in 1230 after the expulsion of the Moors. Also, the adjacent Alcazar of Mallorca and the Llotja de Palma, the old commercial school, you can not miss. From the Castillo de Bellver you have a magnificent view over the city and the harbour.
  • Artà: About 15 kilometres away you will find the historic city. A characteristic feature of Artà are the narrow and steep streets that extend from the foot of the mountain, which is the centre of the settlement, to its top. The sanctuary of Sant Salvador, surrounded by thick, walkable fortress walls, offers beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Best beaches in Cala Millor

  • Playa de Cala Millor: The almost two kilometre long beach is the heart of the place. It has been awarded the Blue Flag for extra cleanliness and sustainability, and here you can enjoy white sand and crystal clear waters.
  • Cala Morlanda: A secluded beach with incredible white sand and clear waters for which Majorca is so famous. There are cliffs either side of the beach protecting it from wind, and it is around 3-5 minutes walk from parking. The beach has no facilities, but is perfect for relaxing in a tranquil manner.
  • Platja de Canyamel: A Blue Flag beach which is surrounded by a nature reserve and estuary. Here you can observe some of the most beautiful examples of wildlife on the island. It is popular with the locals and a family friendly beach which is the best for snorkelling. It has onsite facilities, and granted during the summer this beach certainly sees a rise in crowds, but it generally stays quite relaxed.
  • Platja de sa Marjal: A beach of fine grey sand and 500m in length. It is surrounded by tamarind trees and has a typical ‘cove’ setting. There is parking nearby, and a beach bar and other facilities.
  • Cala Nau: A stony beach which is quiet and small, only 150m in length and 5m in width. There is parking available and it is a beautiful example of gorgeous places to swim in Majorca.