Attractions and Activities in Cala Millor
So you’ve booked yourself a lovely little getaway to sunny Cala Millor, and now you’re stuck wondering ‘how can I find things to do in Cala Millor?’ Don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place! Whether you like relaxing or are after something a little more adventurous I’m sure you’ll find something at this popular holiday destination to suit all your needs.
Visit the Beach
This might sound an obvious one but Cala Millor’s coastline is stunning. Measuring approximately 1.5km you’re bound to find the perfect spot to set up camp for an afternoon of sunbathing. Or if walking is your thing then where better to walk than a long stretch of beautiful coastline? The path is adorned with shops and restaurants and loads of photo opportunities. The beach is also free if you’re travelling on a budget.
If you’re looking for something a little more energetic there are plenty of places to hire bicycles, from individual bikes to 5 person pedal buggies. This might take some teamwork but is great for including the whole family. The perk to this is the ability to do things at your own pace. Why not stop for a sangria?
Glassbottom Boat Trip
Perhaps you fancy booking a trip on one of the glassbottom catamarans. This is a great way to see the coastline from the sea and provides transport to other towns if you don’t have a rental car. A couple of different companies do slightly different trips and therefore have different timetables so you’re sure to find something that suits your schedule.
Beach Buggy Tour
The beach buggy tour will take you along the stretch of the east coast of the island from Cala Millor, past Porto Cristo harbour, on to Porto Colom and Porto Petro. Be prepared that the stops are brief, very brief. But it’s a great way to get a feel for the island. The exhilaration of driving a beach buggy is just an added bonus. You will be accompanied by a tour guide but feel free to swap drivers and let everyone have a go!
Personally I can’t think of anything better than zipping up and down the beach indulging in some watersports. From jet skis to banana boats and parasailing, you can do it all at Cala Millor. Equipment is available to hire whether you have a boat driving licence or not. Find out more here.
Still stuck for things to do in Cala Millor?
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