With its lovely, long beach, this lively resort is perfect for fun family breaks on the beach. Read more about holidays in Cala Millor…
Sitting next to Cala Bona on the west coast of Majorca, Cala Millor is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Balearic Islands.
Sun-soaked and crammed with attractions, Cala Millor has everything you need for a fantastic summer holiday. There are dozens of restaurants, cafes and bars, a tempting selection of water sports on offer, plus amusement parks and play areas for the youngest visitors. Family holidays are always a hit in buzzing Cala Millor, though couples and groups also enjoy the beautiful bay and everything it offers.
Cheap holidays to Cala Millor are easy to come by. Book a package deal when you compare prices on TravelSupermarket and you can make big savings on the cost of your flights and accommodation. There is a fantastic selection of beachfront hotels in Cala Millor. Some offer stays on a self-catering basis, while others offer bed and breakfast, or a half-board option. If you are looking for all-inclusive holidays to Cala Millor, we can also show you a selection of great-value all-in breaks.
Finding your perfect Cala Millor holiday is easy: simply put your feet up with a cuppa and let TravelSupermarket do the hard work. We scour the market to show you some of the best deals available – all you have to do is choose and book. We also provide cheap deals on travel extras, such as car hire in Cala Millor, which will allow you to see the very best of Majorca (or Mallorca).
If you are looking for sunshine holidays, Cala Millor enjoys a long, sizzling season. Find out when to go…
You can leave umbrellas and raincoats behind when you travel to Cala Millor between May and October – you’re unlikely to see a drop of rain in these prime holiday months. Average daily temperatures climb above 20C in May and don’t fall below that level until late October. July and August see the peaks in temperatures - and tourist numbers - with hot days of 30C+.
The Spanish know how to throw a party and the locals in Cala Millor put on an excellent line-up of annual events…
Nit de Foc (Night of Fire); June: The main events during this annual fiesta are held in Palma, which is an hour by road from Cala Millor. Get there if you can, as this fiery display is a stunner, although you can still catch a lively show of bonfires and fire demons in Cala Millor.
Festes del Turista (Tourist Festival); last week of September: Markets, sporting events, parades, live music, guided walks… there is much to see and do during a holiday in Cala Millor when this annual event gets underway.
Bahia de Cala Millor; October: Arrive late in the holiday season and witness the sky above Cala Millor fill with hot-air balloons during this annual regatta. Teams from across Europe arrive to compete.
It can be a struggle to leave the comfort of a sun lounger during Cala Millor holidays, even though there is much to experience when you do…
Grown-up families: The long, sandy beach at Cala Millor is showered with water-based adventures. Have a go at jet skiing and parasailing, or hop aboard a bizarrely shaped float and try to cling on as the operator takes a spin over the waves. There’s also a go-karting track in Cala Millor, for land-based laughter.
Active types: There are a number of ways to see Cala Millor and the island of Majorca at a different speed, including dune-buggy excursions and guided Segway tours. If you prefer to work up a sweat at the same time, consider hiring mountain bikes to tackle the rocky peaks around Cala Millor.
Shopping: Lace and leather are two of Majorca’s best lines in holiday souvenirs. Check out the local craftsmanship and pick up a bargain or two at the Friday market in nearby Son Servera, or attend the smaller version in Cala Millor, which takes place on Thursday evenings during the summer months.