Things to do in
Cala Millor

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Planning Your Visit

  • How to Get Around Cala Millor?

    From the airport you may take a coach directly to Cala Millor. Alternatively, it is possible to rent a car to cover the 70 kilometer trip. Once you're in Cala Millor, your best bet is renting a car, taking a taxi, or opting for the local buses.

  • When to go to Cala Millor?

    Cala Millor has classic Mediterranean weather and is warm year round. The peak tourist season is June to August, as the weather is the warmest. Still, if you're looking to escape the winter chill of northern Europe, Cala Millor could serve you well even November through May.

  • Where to Stay in Cala Millor?

    Cala Millor is a resort on the island of Mallorca. Thus, the best place to stay is really in the resort, ideally by the beach front so you don't have far to go when you start your day. The attractions all around the island are best accessed by some means of transportation so if you are most interested in the sun and surf, the "Better bay" of Cala Millor is perfect.

Good to know

  • Language
    Spanish
  • Currency
    Euro (€)
  • Time Zone
    UTC (+02:00)
  • Country Code
    +34
  • Best time to visit
    Cala Millor has classic Mediterranean weather and is warm year round. The peak tourist season is June to August, as the weather is the warmest. Still, if you're looking to avoid the winter chill of northern Europe, Cala Millor could serve you well even November through May.

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What people are saying about Cala Millor

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,643 reviews

Once in a lifetime experience! Great planning of the trip & experienced staff to help anyone in need. Swimming from the sea ti the entrance of the cave and then swimming & climbing inside the cave. I will definitely do it again in the future. The only thing I would suggest is to provide a more detailed description, as I believe this exeperience is not suited for middle aged people with bad physical condition.

We went to porta cristo which I had been to by bus so this was so nice to see at sea. Then I was so glad I was allowed to get off at Playa radjada because after 2 hours I felt sea sick. So 3 hours in this resort was lovely rather than just staying g on the boat. Then going on the slide was mega fun on the return and seeing caves

At the beginning there was the surprise that the ticket did not have to be exchanged. I walked the 2km there in advance. This is specifically pointed out when booking. The ride itself was very nice and varied. The on-board staff is very careful that everyone reaches their destination.

This is something I wouldn’t normally do , I am 60 years of age and wanted to do something with my 18 year old son. We throughly enjoyed it and I felt 18 again !!!! The guide was excellent and so were the staff. Would recommend you Thanks Lawrence Shirley UK

Very nice play of light! Must visit if you are in the area.