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Holidays to Cala Bona, Majorca

Overview

Cala Bona, situated on the quiet east coast of Majorca, is a peaceful fishing town perfect for those looking for a relaxed holiday in the sun. Spend your days relaxing by the harbour watching the fishermen bringing in the days catch or soak up some warm rays in one of the sheltered sandy coves along the coast. There’s no wonder that Cala Bona means “the best bay” if that’s what’s on offer!

Things to Do

Stay local and explore the original winding streets of Cala Bona one day and venture to Caves of Drach, a breath-taking network of caves full of colourful rock formations, the next. You can even attend a concert here on the underground lake! Nearby is also the nature reserve of Punta de n’Amer where visitors can walk among sand dunes and pine forest next to the coast.

Food and Drink

Cala Bona’s food and drink scene is still very much reflected by this resorts traditional fishing town roots. Around the quaint harbour you’ll find family owned restaurants dishing up fresh seafood along with delicious tapas and wine from the surrounding area. If you want a more lively night, make the 15 minute walk along the coast to Cala Millor for late night music and cocktail bars.

Beaches

Cala Bona is sprinkled with a choice of sandy coves and hidden bays, perfect for those days where all you want to do is sit back, relax and soak up the sun. Divided up by rocky headlands the coves also provide a perfect place to cool down in the calm, blue waters. A few minutes down the coast is the pristine beach of Cala Millor, which dazzles with its bright sand and turquoise water.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 2 hrs
COST OF A BEER Around €2.50
3 COURSE MEAL Expect to pay €8-€12

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