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Tips of a great stay at our place

Rachel

Tips of a great stay at our place

some TIps for your Stay !!
I love Cala D'or and specially pur house here, we welcome friends from all over and they often want tips; about things to do , where to grab a bite, have a drink , restaurants or special tips .. I wanted to dedicate TIME to making this Guide for you, because I´d like you to enjoy the house & area as much as we do. I found this article by ABC that explains much better than I do all of this and I happen to agree in their "suggestions" so ... Its all yours: https://www.abc-mallorca.com/cala-dor I´d say their TIPS are 100% reliable ABOUT Cala d’Or Cala d’Or – or the ‘Golden Bay’ – is a popular beach resort on the southeast coast of Mallorca, south of Porto Colom and neighbouring the coastal town of Portopetro. In Cala d’Or you really get an all-round holiday experience with wonderful beaches, interesting excursions, well-preserved nature and a varied nightlife. Cala d’Or is a holiday resort well suited to families, couples and yachties. The region is largely characterised by numerous small scenic coves and sandy beaches. In addition to the eponymous Cala d’Or beach, there are many more worth exploring: Cala Gran (OUR HOUSE) Cala Petita, Cala Ferrera, Cala Egos, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala Galera and Cala d’es Forti. There are beaches for all tastes and quieter areas for those who prefer a more relaxed break. Cala d’Or also offers a good mix of bars, restaurants, a diverse nightlife and decent shopping options that even include a handful of chic boutiques. In the heart of Cala d’Or you find a well-equipped marina and the Cala d’Or Yacht Club, most of which is open to the public. The quays are lined with restaurants, bars, supermarkets and banks. With almost 600 moorings, plus many high-end amenities – together with Palma, Port Adriano or Andratx – Cala d’Or is one of the larger and more luxurious marinas on the island. Definitely a great place to stop and explore the town and its MAJOR ATTRACTIONS IN CALA D´OR Cala d’Or is an excellent spot for a beach holiday thanks to its impressive facilities and wonderful beaches. Huge fun is the mini ‘train’ which runs along the roads for holidaymakers between the main resort and beaches. The town is also a great base for exploring some of the best natural and historical sightseeing that southeast Mallorca has to offer. The 18th-century historic fort ‘Es Fortí’ – a protected cultural heritage site of the Balearic Islands – is within walking distance and, with its cannons and loopholes, is also an exciting place for children to visit. On the way there you can also enjoy some of Mallorca’s more rugged coastal landscape. Not far from the fort is the ‘Parc Natural de Mondragó’ nature reserve. Wonderful sandy beaches include Ses Fonts de n’Alísals, S’Amarador and Cala Mondragó, which is considered one of the most beautiful on Mallorca. The natural ecosystem of the beach is not disturbed by buildings, the water is crystal clear and the sands are clean. Paths lead to the beaches through the park, which makes for a relaxing walk. There are also a few small beach bars. Other recommended attractions include the magnificent caves ‘Coves de Drac’ and ‘Coves de Hams’ near Porto Cristo, the Bronze Age Talaiotic settlement Sa Canova of Artá, and the beautiful mountain-top town of Capdepera with its wonderfully preserved medieval castle. THINGS TO DO IN CALA D´OR If you are looking for a traditional bucket and spade holiday for the family Cala d’Or will provide everything you need. The pedestrianised zones are also handy for those with children in buggies or those with limited mobility. There are plenty of watersport activities in Cala d’Or, thanks largely to its impressive marina. You can rent boats of all kinds (some without a license) and even get your yacht master license here. On the beach you can hire paddle boards, surf boards and other sports equipment. In addition to beautiful spots for snorkeling, there is also the option of scuba trips with one of the dive centres. Hereby I attach some more LINKS to the sites we like best.
form Cala Gran you can get a boat and have a nice tour around all calas
Cala Gran
form Cala Gran you can get a boat and have a nice tour around all calas
beautiful little beach near centre of cala dor with clean sand and water , there is a nice beach stand to eat & drink
Cala D'or
beautiful little beach near centre of cala dor with clean sand and water , there is a nice beach stand to eat & drink
one of the best marinas of the island, in the charming area of Porto Cari. The whole Marina is full of restaurants of all types that give tons of life to the place. Some of the best restaurants of Cala D´Or are in the Marina: Port Petit, Proas, Botavara , Scala .. just to mention a few At the Marina you can also rent boats or water activities / jet skies or excurisions
port esportiu Marina de Cala d'Or
one of the best marinas of the island, in the charming area of Porto Cari. The whole Marina is full of restaurants of all types that give tons of life to the place. Some of the best restaurants of Cala D´Or are in the Marina: Port Petit, Proas, Botavara , Scala .. just to mention a few At the Marina you can also rent boats or water activities / jet skies or excurisions
Restaurante & Pub Fernando, en el corazon de Cala Dor, no te los puedes perder
Pub Fernando
9 Av. d'en Fernando Tarragó
Restaurante & Pub Fernando, en el corazon de Cala Dor, no te los puedes perder
Things to do in Cala d’Or If you are looking for a traditional bucket and spade holiday for the family Cala d’Or will provide everything you need. The pedestrianised zones are also handy for those with children in buggies or those with limited mobility. There are plenty of watersport activities in Cala d’Or, thanks largely to its impressive marina. You can rent boats of all kinds (some without a license) and even get your yacht master license here. On the beach you can hire paddle boards, surf boards and other sports equipment. In addition to beautiful spots for snorkeling, there is also the option of scuba trips with one of the dive centres.
port esportiu Marina de Cala d'Or
Things to do in Cala d’Or If you are looking for a traditional bucket and spade holiday for the family Cala d’Or will provide everything you need. The pedestrianised zones are also handy for those with children in buggies or those with limited mobility. There are plenty of watersport activities in Cala d’Or, thanks largely to its impressive marina. You can rent boats of all kinds (some without a license) and even get your yacht master license here. On the beach you can hire paddle boards, surf boards and other sports equipment. In addition to beautiful spots for snorkeling, there is also the option of scuba trips with one of the dive centres.
For a short hike, the ‘Es Fortí’ fortress and the adjacent ‘Parc Natural de Mondragó’ nature reserve are well suited. More extensive routes, however, can be found in the Serra de Levante. Among them is the hike to the Randa mountain, on which you can discover three monasteries, as well as walks to the San Salvador monastery. Another beautiful hike leads to the Castell de Santueri, an ancient fortification that was built around the 13th century.
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Sanctuary of San Salvador
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For a short hike, the ‘Es Fortí’ fortress and the adjacent ‘Parc Natural de Mondragó’ nature reserve are well suited. More extensive routes, however, can be found in the Serra de Levante. Among them is the hike to the Randa mountain, on which you can discover three monasteries, as well as walks to the San Salvador monastery. Another beautiful hike leads to the Castell de Santueri, an ancient fortification that was built around the 13th century.
Cala Mondrago and S’Amarador are two of the best Blue Flag beaches on Mallorca’s southeast coast. Quiet, cove beaches in the stunning Mondrago Natural Park
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Sa Font de N'Alis
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Cala Mondrago and S’Amarador are two of the best Blue Flag beaches on Mallorca’s southeast coast. Quiet, cove beaches in the stunning Mondrago Natural Park
Close to Mallorca’s southeast resort of Cala d’Or and the attractive fishing port of Portocolom, this course offers spectacular views of the coastline
Vall D'or Golf
Km. 7,7 Ctra Cala d’Or - Portocolom
Close to Mallorca’s southeast resort of Cala d’Or and the attractive fishing port of Portocolom, this course offers spectacular views of the coastline
In the adjacent village of Portocolom, the marvellous HPC Restaurant also offers a menu of excellent Mediterranean cuisine.
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HPC Portocolom
5 Carrer de Cristòfor Colom
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In the adjacent village of Portocolom, the marvellous HPC Restaurant also offers a menu of excellent Mediterranean cuisine.
Many restaurants here offer similar, fairly typical menus, so it’s worth browsing carefully to find the places offering more interesting fare. Highly recommended are Rucula Restaurant, where you can enjoy a Mediterranean lunch or dinner, and Port Petit Restaurant, where you can literally dine like royalty – King Juan Carlos has eaten here.
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Port Petit Restaurant
s/n Av. de Cala Llonga
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Many restaurants here offer similar, fairly typical menus, so it’s worth browsing carefully to find the places offering more interesting fare. Highly recommended are Rucula Restaurant, where you can enjoy a Mediterranean lunch or dinner, and Port Petit Restaurant, where you can literally dine like royalty – King Juan Carlos has eaten here.
Watersports in Mallorca All the best watersports to explore the coastline of the island Home / Activities / Sports / Watersports in Mallorca Views 32,506 Last updated: 03/12/2018 Mallorca is the ideal place for water sports in the heart of the Mediterranean. With its warm climate, favourable winds, pleasant water temperatures, numerous watersports centres, nautical clubs, and marinas, together with first class infrastructure and a coastline of great variety. The important annual International Boat Show in Palma and ever-increasing number of nautical related tourists are proof of the growing popularity of watersports on the island. Windsurfing A Mallorcan legend from the 13th century tells of a monk who managed to leave Mallorca by holding up his cowl with the help of a stick and using it as a sail to carry him across the sea to Barcelona. Thus he became the first surfer in history, and a picture can still be admired high up on the weather vane of the church of Sóller. These days, Mallorca is still a perfect choice for windsurfers, as the infrastructure is good, the winds are favorable and there are a great number of surf schools and surf shops. Best areas for Windsurfing: The bay of Palma: Long distance surfing across the bay, wind force about 5 to 6 in winter, thermal wind (Bft ~4) in the summer. Beach of Palma: Good westerly winds, sometimes from southeast or southwest, good waves. El Arenal: Wind and squalls mostly from southwest and west. Ciudad Jardín: Very constant winds. The bay of Alcúdia: Conditions similar to the bay of Pollensa and around the Cala Mesquida, in general suitable northeast winds. Shops for Watersport Equipment: Pipeline Joan Maragall, 38, Edif. Marina Portixol, +34 971 242 431 Bellini Fun Boats Médico Llopis, 9, Pto Pollenca. +34 971 866 138 Windsurf Centres: Escuela Nacional de Vela Calanova San Agustin, Calle Joan Miró 327, +34 971 402 51 Surf-Website: www.windsurfesp.com Sailing and Motor Boat: In the year 1867, the 20-year-old Duke Ludwig Salvator came to Mallorca for the first time on a boat cruise and was immediately fascinated by the island. The same thing happened to the first sailing tourists in the 1920s and 1930s and still happens today to thousands of sailors. The nautical industry is an important economic factor: boat building, sales, maintenance, equipment, storage, chartering, training courses and licenses, excursions, even special nautical tax offices. The range of companies is large, literature and websites are ample – we cannot even begin to list them all. Advice: Try a sailing trip in winter. It is in fact colder, the sun sets earlier and time is limited, but the island is less crowded and you can feel like you’re sailing through an-other century when you are the only boat out at sea. Useful websites: www.rcnpp.net www.fondear.com Jet – skiing Jet-skiing is a common sight at many beaches. There are even championships for professionals around the Balearic Islands. Jet-ski rental can be found at the centres that rent out boats or surf boards. The specialists for renting and buying jet skis on Mallorca is Nauti Parts. No licence is needed yet for jet-skiing, but the following regulations must be observed: Minimum distance to beaches 250 m – to cliffs 50m – to other jet-skis 100 m – to divers’ buoys 50m – Life-jackets obligatory for drivers and passengers. For jet-ski courses for beginners Tel: +34 971 206 114 Waterskiing Waterskiing still has numerous followers, as the sea can be as calm as a lake on many days. Instruction is available for example at the Club Calanova (971 402 512) for about 200€. Ask for waterskiing facilities at boat hire and charter centres. Kite Surfing Luckily, kite surfing is not forbidden in Mallorca. Although the meeting point of the local scene is Can Pastilla, in addition you will find suitable wind conditions in many areas such as Palmanova, Es Trenc and Alcudia with their fine, long beaches. More and more surfing schools have added kite surfing courses to their programme. To get the best out of the different wind forces, advanced surfers should bring various sizes of kites if possible. Apart from during the summer season, you will find enough space in most places to unfold your kite on the beach and to experience the freedom of gliding over the waves. In the summer you can rely on good, steady thermal winds, but on crowded beaches you may disturb others. Bellini Kite Surf Shop Paseo de Can Pastilla 52, Tel: +34 971 262 126 Kitesurfing and Windsurfing School Hotel Playa Esperanza, S’Albufera Tel: +34 971 890 101 Surfing Mallorca is not the best area for surfing. In the Southwest the waves are not long enough, but there are still some surfers at the beaches of Paguera, near Cala Mayor and at the beach of Ciudad Jardín. In the south near Ses Covetes or Es Trenc you will not find good waves, even though there are often strong winds. On the East coast waves can get a lot higher. The best and longest waves can be found in the North, especially when strong winds are blowing from the Tramuntana mountains. Equipment is available in most windsurfing shops. Snorkelling This is the perfect activity if you find scuba diving too difficult. Mask, snorkel and fins are affordable kit and enough to admire Mallorca’s beautiful marine life. If you haven’t snorkelled before but fancy a go, just ask at one of the diving centres and they’ll give you professional advice. Snorkel and swim at more than 170 beaches and bays or start from a boat off the coast. Equipment is available in many shops or for hire at some hotels. Equipment: Decathlon (at the ALCAMPO shopping centre) Marratxi (971 604 032) Recommendable snorkelling locations: Beach Es Braç (near Muro, rd. C-712) Cala Mondragó (near Cala D’Or) Cala de Portals Vells (Calvià) La Isla de Formentor. Scuba Diving Mallorca offers fascinating diving sites for both beginners and expert divers. More than 50 diving clubs and numerous diving centres all over the island provide those who love the sport with all the necessary equipment and instruction. The exciting and varied dives depart from a boat or right from the coast to shallow waters – perfect for beginners – drop offs, walls, caves, caverns or shipwrecks. Admire the spectacular underwater scenery and the marine flora and fauna with lots of fish, corals, octopus and many more. All this in moderate water temperatures from about 14°C in January to over 25°C in August. Qualified professional diving instructors regard your security as a priority. Try a beginner’s course or join an organised dive to greater depths and difficult spots, enjoy a night dive or take underwater pictures in daytime. Dives of intermediate level: Southwest Illa del Sec Northwest Cove den Geroni, Pollensa East Cala Llombards South Cabrera Diving clubs: Scuba Ca’n Picafort Nico Sport Portocristo Big Blue Diving Centre Palmanova Scuba Activa San Telmo
Dive Center Robinson Club
1 Av. Calo Petit
Watersports in Mallorca All the best watersports to explore the coastline of the island Home / Activities / Sports / Watersports in Mallorca Views 32,506 Last updated: 03/12/2018 Mallorca is the ideal place for water sports in the heart of the Mediterranean. With its warm climate, favourable winds, pleasant water temperatures, numerous watersports centres, nautical clubs, and marinas, together with first class infrastructure and a coastline of great variety. The important annual International Boat Show in Palma and ever-increasing number of nautical related tourists are proof of the growing popularity of watersports on the island. Windsurfing A Mallorcan legend from the 13th century tells of a monk who managed to leave Mallorca by holding up his cowl with the help of a stick and using it as a sail to carry him across the sea to Barcelona. Thus he became the first surfer in history, and a picture can still be admired high up on the weather vane of the church of Sóller. These days, Mallorca is still a perfect choice for windsurfers, as the infrastructure is good, the winds are favorable and there are a great number of surf schools and surf shops. Best areas for Windsurfing: The bay of Palma: Long distance surfing across the bay, wind force about 5 to 6 in winter, thermal wind (Bft ~4) in the summer. Beach of Palma: Good westerly winds, sometimes from southeast or southwest, good waves. El Arenal: Wind and squalls mostly from southwest and west. Ciudad Jardín: Very constant winds. The bay of Alcúdia: Conditions similar to the bay of Pollensa and around the Cala Mesquida, in general suitable northeast winds. Shops for Watersport Equipment: Pipeline Joan Maragall, 38, Edif. Marina Portixol, +34 971 242 431 Bellini Fun Boats Médico Llopis, 9, Pto Pollenca. +34 971 866 138 Windsurf Centres: Escuela Nacional de Vela Calanova San Agustin, Calle Joan Miró 327, +34 971 402 51 Surf-Website: www.windsurfesp.com Sailing and Motor Boat: In the year 1867, the 20-year-old Duke Ludwig Salvator came to Mallorca for the first time on a boat cruise and was immediately fascinated by the island. The same thing happened to the first sailing tourists in the 1920s and 1930s and still happens today to thousands of sailors. The nautical industry is an important economic factor: boat building, sales, maintenance, equipment, storage, chartering, training courses and licenses, excursions, even special nautical tax offices. The range of companies is large, literature and websites are ample – we cannot even begin to list them all. Advice: Try a sailing trip in winter. It is in fact colder, the sun sets earlier and time is limited, but the island is less crowded and you can feel like you’re sailing through an-other century when you are the only boat out at sea. Useful websites: www.rcnpp.net www.fondear.com Jet – skiing Jet-skiing is a common sight at many beaches. There are even championships for professionals around the Balearic Islands. Jet-ski rental can be found at the centres that rent out boats or surf boards. The specialists for renting and buying jet skis on Mallorca is Nauti Parts. No licence is needed yet for jet-skiing, but the following regulations must be observed: Minimum distance to beaches 250 m – to cliffs 50m – to other jet-skis 100 m – to divers’ buoys 50m – Life-jackets obligatory for drivers and passengers. For jet-ski courses for beginners Tel: +34 971 206 114 Waterskiing Waterskiing still has numerous followers, as the sea can be as calm as a lake on many days. Instruction is available for example at the Club Calanova (971 402 512) for about 200€. Ask for waterskiing facilities at boat hire and charter centres. Kite Surfing Luckily, kite surfing is not forbidden in Mallorca. Although the meeting point of the local scene is Can Pastilla, in addition you will find suitable wind conditions in many areas such as Palmanova, Es Trenc and Alcudia with their fine, long beaches. More and more surfing schools have added kite surfing courses to their programme. To get the best out of the different wind forces, advanced surfers should bring various sizes of kites if possible. Apart from during the summer season, you will find enough space in most places to unfold your kite on the beach and to experience the freedom of gliding over the waves. In the summer you can rely on good, steady thermal winds, but on crowded beaches you may disturb others. Bellini Kite Surf Shop Paseo de Can Pastilla 52, Tel: +34 971 262 126 Kitesurfing and Windsurfing School Hotel Playa Esperanza, S’Albufera Tel: +34 971 890 101 Surfing Mallorca is not the best area for surfing. In the Southwest the waves are not long enough, but there are still some surfers at the beaches of Paguera, near Cala Mayor and at the beach of Ciudad Jardín. In the south near Ses Covetes or Es Trenc you will not find good waves, even though there are often strong winds. On the East coast waves can get a lot higher. The best and longest waves can be found in the North, especially when strong winds are blowing from the Tramuntana mountains. Equipment is available in most windsurfing shops. Snorkelling This is the perfect activity if you find scuba diving too difficult. Mask, snorkel and fins are affordable kit and enough to admire Mallorca’s beautiful marine life. If you haven’t snorkelled before but fancy a go, just ask at one of the diving centres and they’ll give you professional advice. Snorkel and swim at more than 170 beaches and bays or start from a boat off the coast. Equipment is available in many shops or for hire at some hotels. Equipment: Decathlon (at the ALCAMPO shopping centre) Marratxi (971 604 032) Recommendable snorkelling locations: Beach Es Braç (near Muro, rd. C-712) Cala Mondragó (near Cala D’Or) Cala de Portals Vells (Calvià) La Isla de Formentor. Scuba Diving Mallorca offers fascinating diving sites for both beginners and expert divers. More than 50 diving clubs and numerous diving centres all over the island provide those who love the sport with all the necessary equipment and instruction. The exciting and varied dives depart from a boat or right from the coast to shallow waters – perfect for beginners – drop offs, walls, caves, caverns or shipwrecks. Admire the spectacular underwater scenery and the marine flora and fauna with lots of fish, corals, octopus and many more. All this in moderate water temperatures from about 14°C in January to over 25°C in August. Qualified professional diving instructors regard your security as a priority. Try a beginner’s course or join an organised dive to greater depths and difficult spots, enjoy a night dive or take underwater pictures in daytime. Dives of intermediate level: Southwest Illa del Sec Northwest Cove den Geroni, Pollensa East Cala Llombards South Cabrera Diving clubs: Scuba Ca’n Picafort Nico Sport Portocristo Big Blue Diving Centre Palmanova Scuba Activa San Telmo
List of Markets in Mallorca The markets in Mallorca are an excellent place to shop for flowers, fruit and vegetable, local produce such as Mallorcan sobrassada or butifarron and cheese. There are usually also market stalls offering handicrafts, leather bags, handmade jewellery, accessories and clothes. Monday: Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Caimari, Montuïri. Tuesday: Alcúdia, Artà , Campanet, Porreresuand Santa Margalida. Wednesday: Andratx, Capdepera, Felanitx, Petra, Port de Pollença, Santanyí, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca de Bonany and Colònia de Sant Jordi (middays). Thursday: Ariany, Campos, S´Arenal, Consell, Inca, Pòrtol, Sant Llorenç de Cardassar, Ses Salines, Sant Joan, Lloseta and Deià. Friday: Alaro, Algaida, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Llucmajor, Maria de la Salut, Pont d´Inca, Son Servera and Sa Cabaneta. Saturday: Búger, Bunyola, Cala Rajada, Campos, Costitx, Esporles (first Saturday of the month), Palma de Mallorca, Santanyí, Sóller, Santa Eugènia and Santa Margalida. Sunday: Alcúdia, Consell (Flohmarkt), Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Pollença , Porto Cristo, Santa Maria del Camí, Valldemossa and Sa Pobla.
Sa Cova
4 Plaça Major
List of Markets in Mallorca The markets in Mallorca are an excellent place to shop for flowers, fruit and vegetable, local produce such as Mallorcan sobrassada or butifarron and cheese. There are usually also market stalls offering handicrafts, leather bags, handmade jewellery, accessories and clothes. Monday: Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Caimari, Montuïri. Tuesday: Alcúdia, Artà , Campanet, Porreresuand Santa Margalida. Wednesday: Andratx, Capdepera, Felanitx, Petra, Port de Pollença, Santanyí, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu, Vilafranca de Bonany and Colònia de Sant Jordi (middays). Thursday: Ariany, Campos, S´Arenal, Consell, Inca, Pòrtol, Sant Llorenç de Cardassar, Ses Salines, Sant Joan, Lloseta and Deià. Friday: Alaro, Algaida, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Llucmajor, Maria de la Salut, Pont d´Inca, Son Servera and Sa Cabaneta. Saturday: Búger, Bunyola, Cala Rajada, Campos, Costitx, Esporles (first Saturday of the month), Palma de Mallorca, Santanyí, Sóller, Santa Eugènia and Santa Margalida. Sunday: Alcúdia, Consell (Flohmarkt), Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Pollença , Porto Cristo, Santa Maria del Camí, Valldemossa and Sa Pobla.
Our switchboard will answer your request 24 hours at the phone number: +34 971 657 058 ROIG bus and taxi rentals
ROIG Taxi
64 Av. dels Benvinguts
Our switchboard will answer your request 24 hours at the phone number: +34 971 657 058 ROIG bus and taxi rentals
15 minutes walk from home ! is one of the larger and more luxurious marinas on the island. Definitely a great place to stop and explore the town and its surrounding. Full of restaurants and nice shops.
port esportiu Marina de Cala d'Or
15 minutes walk from home ! is one of the larger and more luxurious marinas on the island. Definitely a great place to stop and explore the town and its surrounding. Full of restaurants and nice shops.
Mallorcadiving is formed by 7 dive centres around the island, Mar Balear (Port Adriano), Scuba Activa (Sant Elm), Skualo Alcudia – Can Picafort, Skualo Cala Ratjada, Dive & Fun (Cala Ratjada), Skualo Porto Cristo, Skualo Portocolom, Top Dive (S´arenal) With more than 30 instructors, 14 boats, and diving material from the best brands, checked every year by our specialized employees to maintain the material in the best condition, Mallorcadiving is proud to offer you the best infrastructure and vardiety of activities on the island. Plenty activities to do: Discover Scuba Diving Sea Cave excursion Snorkeling Adventure Sea Trip Coasteering Stand-Up-Paddle kayak excursion LLaüt Mallorquín Speed Boats Trips Private Diving Courses Scuba Diver course Open Water Diver Course Advanced Open Water Diver Course Rescue Diver course
Skualo Portocolom
33 C/ Pescadors
Mallorcadiving is formed by 7 dive centres around the island, Mar Balear (Port Adriano), Scuba Activa (Sant Elm), Skualo Alcudia – Can Picafort, Skualo Cala Ratjada, Dive & Fun (Cala Ratjada), Skualo Porto Cristo, Skualo Portocolom, Top Dive (S´arenal) With more than 30 instructors, 14 boats, and diving material from the best brands, checked every year by our specialized employees to maintain the material in the best condition, Mallorcadiving is proud to offer you the best infrastructure and vardiety of activities on the island. Plenty activities to do: Discover Scuba Diving Sea Cave excursion Snorkeling Adventure Sea Trip Coasteering Stand-Up-Paddle kayak excursion LLaüt Mallorquín Speed Boats Trips Private Diving Courses Scuba Diver course Open Water Diver Course Advanced Open Water Diver Course Rescue Diver course
MyTips in English
I would like to share with you some TIPS for an unforgettable holidays in this unique island and ... our house! I got my TIPs from a great magazine article that I hereby share with you: https://www.abc-mallorca.com/cala-dor/ About Cala d’Or Cala d’Or – or the ‘Golden Bay’ – is a popular beach resort on the southeast coast of Mallorca, south of Portocolom and neighbouring the coastal town of Portopetro. In Cala d’Or you really get an all-round holiday experience with wonderful beaches, interesting excursions, well-preserved nature and a varied nightlife. Cala d’Or is a holiday resort well suited to families, couples and yachties. The region is largely characterised by numerous small scenic coves and sandy beaches. In addition to the eponymous Cala d’Or beach, there are many more worth exploring: Cala Gran, Cala Petita, Cala Ferrera, Cala Egos, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala Galera and Cala d’es Forti. There are beaches for all tastes and quieter areas for those who prefer a more relaxed break. Cala d’Or also offers a good mix of bars, restaurants, a diverse nightlife and decent shopping options that even include a handful of chic boutiques. In the heart of Cala d’Or you find a well-equipped marina and the Cala d’Or Yacht Club, most of which is open to the public. The quays are lined with restaurants, bars, supermarkets and banks. With almost 600 moorings, plus many high-end amenities – together with Palma, Port Adriano or Andratx – Cala d’Or is one of the larger and more luxurious marinas on the island. Definitely a great place to stop and explore the town and its surroundings. History and Culture of Cala d’Or Strolling through Cala d’Or you notice a clear difference from the other holiday resorts on Mallorca. The buildings are mostly only two floors high with cubic architecture and whitewashed facades, and often fringed with lines of pine trees. The whole style of Cala d’Or was inspired by Ibiza and planned so from the beginning. Even the hotel construction was strictly regulated to ensure this charming character was maintained. The town attracts a mixed, international crowd of tourists and caters well for most groups. Here you will find lively entertainment during the summer months, but Cala d’Or does become much quieter in off-peak periods.
Major Attractions in Cala d’Or Cala d’Or is an excellent spot for a beach holiday thanks to its impressive facilities and wonderful beaches. Huge fun is the mini ‘train’ which runs along the roads for holidaymakers between the main resort and beaches. The town is also a great base for exploring some of the best natural and historical sightseeing that southeast Mallorca has to offer. The 18th-century historic fort ‘Es Fortí’ – a protected cultural heritage site of the Balearic Islands – is within walking distance and, with its cannons and loopholes, is also an exciting place for children to visit. On the way there you can also enjoy some of Mallorca’s more rugged coastal landscape. Not far from the fort is the ‘Parc Natural de Mondragó’ nature reserve. Wonderful sandy beaches include Ses Fonts de n’Alísals, S’Amarador and Cala Mondragó, which is considered one of the most beautiful on Mallorca. The natural ecosystem of the beach is not disturbed by buildings, the water is crystal clear and the sands are clean. Paths lead to the beaches through the park, which makes for a relaxing walk. There are also a few small beach bars.
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Sa Font de N'Alis
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Major Attractions in Cala d’Or Cala d’Or is an excellent spot for a beach holiday thanks to its impressive facilities and wonderful beaches. Huge fun is the mini ‘train’ which runs along the roads for holidaymakers between the main resort and beaches. The town is also a great base for exploring some of the best natural and historical sightseeing that southeast Mallorca has to offer. The 18th-century historic fort ‘Es Fortí’ – a protected cultural heritage site of the Balearic Islands – is within walking distance and, with its cannons and loopholes, is also an exciting place for children to visit. On the way there you can also enjoy some of Mallorca’s more rugged coastal landscape. Not far from the fort is the ‘Parc Natural de Mondragó’ nature reserve. Wonderful sandy beaches include Ses Fonts de n’Alísals, S’Amarador and Cala Mondragó, which is considered one of the most beautiful on Mallorca. The natural ecosystem of the beach is not disturbed by buildings, the water is crystal clear and the sands are clean. Paths lead to the beaches through the park, which makes for a relaxing walk. There are also a few small beach bars.
Other recommended attractions include the magnificent caves ‘Coves de Drac’ and ‘Coves de Hams’ near Porto Cristo, the Bronze Age Talaiotic settlement Sa Canova of Artá, and the beautiful mountain-top town of Capdepera with its wonderfully preserved medieval castle.
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Drach Caves
s/n Ctra. de les Coves
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Other recommended attractions include the magnificent caves ‘Coves de Drac’ and ‘Coves de Hams’ near Porto Cristo, the Bronze Age Talaiotic settlement Sa Canova of Artá, and the beautiful mountain-top town of Capdepera with its wonderfully preserved medieval castle.
HPC Restaurant Portocolom For a winning lunch or dinner, dine on HPC Restaurant’s terrace, with views across the beautiful harbour of Port Colom – a favourite. On top of if, enjoy a drink at BLUE COCKTAIL BAR or some Tapas at the new local: This restaurant on the ground floor of Hostal Portocolom opened in 2004. With views over the sheltered harbour across the road, it’s a relaxing place open daily for lunch and dinner (from 18:30h) all year. The funky, modernist interior was by well-known designer Miguel Sagrera, and there’s a large shaded front terrace (with heaters in cool weather). Chef Juan Sierra’s team produces Mediterranean cuisine, with something for all tastes on the à la carte menu: paellas, pastas, home-made pizzas, fresh fish and meat dishes. Weekend specials are also offered. We shared two very good starters between three people: tempura prawns with a sweet chilli sauce and succulent simply grilled scallops with tempura asparagus and sauce. Baby lamb chops in anise from the suggestions menu were praised, as was the à la carte suckling pig with crunchy crackling. One of a cluster of vibrant Portocolom eateries, HPC comes highly recommended for the careful presentation of its dishes, friendly, helpful service, and lovely location. Tapas are available individually or as a combo of four with dessert for 16€. Wines on the annually updated list are reasonably priced. Also LA LONJA - EL COLON - CLUB NAUTIC - ES RETORN
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Portocolom
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HPC Restaurant Portocolom For a winning lunch or dinner, dine on HPC Restaurant’s terrace, with views across the beautiful harbour of Port Colom – a favourite. On top of if, enjoy a drink at BLUE COCKTAIL BAR or some Tapas at the new local: This restaurant on the ground floor of Hostal Portocolom opened in 2004. With views over the sheltered harbour across the road, it’s a relaxing place open daily for lunch and dinner (from 18:30h) all year. The funky, modernist interior was by well-known designer Miguel Sagrera, and there’s a large shaded front terrace (with heaters in cool weather). Chef Juan Sierra’s team produces Mediterranean cuisine, with something for all tastes on the à la carte menu: paellas, pastas, home-made pizzas, fresh fish and meat dishes. Weekend specials are also offered. We shared two very good starters between three people: tempura prawns with a sweet chilli sauce and succulent simply grilled scallops with tempura asparagus and sauce. Baby lamb chops in anise from the suggestions menu were praised, as was the à la carte suckling pig with crunchy crackling. One of a cluster of vibrant Portocolom eateries, HPC comes highly recommended for the careful presentation of its dishes, friendly, helpful service, and lovely location. Tapas are available individually or as a combo of four with dessert for 16€. Wines on the annually updated list are reasonably priced. Also LA LONJA - EL COLON - CLUB NAUTIC - ES RETORN
Close to Mallorca’s southeast resort of Cala d’Or and the attractive fishing port of Portocolom, this course offers spectacular views of the coastline. Just a few minutes’ drive from Porto Colom, Vall D’Or Golf is a full 18-hole course commanding magnificent views, in a restful countryside setting. Some 35 km up the coast, Club de Golf de Son Servera is another excellent 18-hole course, the second oldest golf club in Mallorca.
Vall D'or Golf
Km. 7,7 Ctra Cala d’Or - Portocolom
Close to Mallorca’s southeast resort of Cala d’Or and the attractive fishing port of Portocolom, this course offers spectacular views of the coastline. Just a few minutes’ drive from Porto Colom, Vall D’Or Golf is a full 18-hole course commanding magnificent views, in a restful countryside setting. Some 35 km up the coast, Club de Golf de Son Servera is another excellent 18-hole course, the second oldest golf club in Mallorca.
the beautiful natural bay that surrounds it. Responsible for the attraction of numerous tourists are the spectacular views from the bay along with the coves hiding in it. Here they come lured by the innate charisma,
Blau Privilege PortoPetro Beach Resort & Spa
16 Carrer d'es Far
the beautiful natural bay that surrounds it. Responsible for the attraction of numerous tourists are the spectacular views from the bay along with the coves hiding in it. Here they come lured by the innate charisma,
The Natural Park of Cala Mondragó is formed by 4 coves of stunning beauty and incredible paths. Amongst them is Cala s’Amarador, a beautiful virgin cove surrounded by cliffs.
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Mondragó Natural Park
5A Diseminado Diseminados Costa
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The Natural Park of Cala Mondragó is formed by 4 coves of stunning beauty and incredible paths. Amongst them is Cala s’Amarador, a beautiful virgin cove surrounded by cliffs.
BEACH AND COVES They are the main attraction of the island. Nothing less than 262 beaches await you. If you’re passionate about coves, take advantage and visit as many as you can, most of them can be accessed by car but others have a more difficult access, walking along long paths or even only by boat, although the effort is worth it, we assure you!
Cala Gran
BEACH AND COVES They are the main attraction of the island. Nothing less than 262 beaches await you. If you’re passionate about coves, take advantage and visit as many as you can, most of them can be accessed by car but others have a more difficult access, walking along long paths or even only by boat, although the effort is worth it, we assure you!
This Mallorcan manor house hotel offers 20 guest rooms and suites and gives a real feeling of solitude, despite its great location by being close to many busy towns and ports.
Hotel Sa Galera
This Mallorcan manor house hotel offers 20 guest rooms and suites and gives a real feeling of solitude, despite its great location by being close to many busy towns and ports.
shrine of San Salvador, founded in the 14th century. Take in the astounding views stretching all the way down to Santanyi at this ancient hilltop monastery. After Lluc, it’s the most important holy site in Mallorca, and you can reach it via a zig-zagging 5km road which lies 6km from the town of Felantix. If you’re feeling energetic, you can also climb to the top on foot, following the marked path that can be found off the road to Portocolom from Felantix. Once at the top of the 500-metre summit – there’s a car park at the top – you’re rewarded with amazing 360-degree vistas, and can visit the monks cells, church and refectory. There’s a nice cafe for refreshments, and the whole scene is overlooked by a dramatic statue of Christ.
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Sanctuary of San Salvador
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shrine of San Salvador, founded in the 14th century. Take in the astounding views stretching all the way down to Santanyi at this ancient hilltop monastery. After Lluc, it’s the most important holy site in Mallorca, and you can reach it via a zig-zagging 5km road which lies 6km from the town of Felantix. If you’re feeling energetic, you can also climb to the top on foot, following the marked path that can be found off the road to Portocolom from Felantix. Once at the top of the 500-metre summit – there’s a car park at the top – you’re rewarded with amazing 360-degree vistas, and can visit the monks cells, church and refectory. There’s a nice cafe for refreshments, and the whole scene is overlooked by a dramatic statue of Christ.
One for cyclists: Ermita Betlem High above Colonia St Pere, the serene and peaceful monastery of Ermita Betlem presents a challenging ride for experienced cyclist. After a gently winding 2 km, the climb turns tougher for 3.5 km to the top. Much quieter than some of the more well-known routes such as the road to Cap de Formentor, it affords amazing views across to Alcudia, Pollensa and the Serra de Tramuntana. There’s no cafe, so be sure to take plenty of water. You’ll find the signpost for the route on the road from Colonia St Pere to the town of Betlem, approximately 7 km on the right. If you prefer to walk, the round hike takes around two hours.
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Betlem
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One for cyclists: Ermita Betlem High above Colonia St Pere, the serene and peaceful monastery of Ermita Betlem presents a challenging ride for experienced cyclist. After a gently winding 2 km, the climb turns tougher for 3.5 km to the top. Much quieter than some of the more well-known routes such as the road to Cap de Formentor, it affords amazing views across to Alcudia, Pollensa and the Serra de Tramuntana. There’s no cafe, so be sure to take plenty of water. You’ll find the signpost for the route on the road from Colonia St Pere to the town of Betlem, approximately 7 km on the right. If you prefer to walk, the round hike takes around two hours.
At the finca of wine revolutionary Francisco Grimalt one feels transported to a completely new yet somehow familiar time. In the 60s and 70s there were “sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll” communities. Today some young, nature-loving guys don’t want to bow to the mainstream, but live with it and make their living from it. A fallow, overgrown piece of land behind the bodega is like an ancient Roman garden for Francisco and his followers. The growth is left to chance, even the occasional vine: an experiment with an uncertain result. But the Romans also lived this way. Domestic cats roam the bodega, a vegetable garden supplies the employees, and pretty hens are chased by even prettier cockerels. Yes, and wine is produced here. Completely atypical of other wineries, 4 Kilos does not have its own vineyards, but buys grapes exclusively from other friendly vine growers. While growing his own vineyard, Francisco selects from among the best vintages. Francisco´s 4 Kilos is an international figurehead of local wines. At famous restaurant Astrid + Gastón in Lima (Peru), at Gordon Ramsay in London, and at El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, these fine wines are already on the list. Francisco is very proud of this achievement. 4kilos 2012 90% Callet & 10% Manto Negro. Classic red pours into the glass. It has a flattering fruity bouquet, featuring blueberries and plums. It is opulent on the palate with a soft texture. The balance between oak barrels and fruit is a successful one. A ‘yuppie wine‘ from a ‘hippie winemaker’ with profound emotions! Gallines & Foques 2012 80% Manto Negro & 20% Syrah. Intense red shines in the glass. An expressive bouquet welcomes the connoisseur. Ripe cherry and fig are complemented by aromas of barrel-ageing. A wine of finesse on the palate. A great wine and also supporting an important social project. Grimalt Caballero 2012 90% Callet & 10% Fogoneu. What a beautiful violet fills the ‘copa’! The expressive bouquet of wild flowers is fresh and fine. Palate: blueberry and raspberry are amazingly combined. Mallorca is perceptible through its earthy tones. The aftertaste is mineral and persistent. Assertive wine of excellence.
4Kilos
168 Diseminado Primera Volta
At the finca of wine revolutionary Francisco Grimalt one feels transported to a completely new yet somehow familiar time. In the 60s and 70s there were “sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll” communities. Today some young, nature-loving guys don’t want to bow to the mainstream, but live with it and make their living from it. A fallow, overgrown piece of land behind the bodega is like an ancient Roman garden for Francisco and his followers. The growth is left to chance, even the occasional vine: an experiment with an uncertain result. But the Romans also lived this way. Domestic cats roam the bodega, a vegetable garden supplies the employees, and pretty hens are chased by even prettier cockerels. Yes, and wine is produced here. Completely atypical of other wineries, 4 Kilos does not have its own vineyards, but buys grapes exclusively from other friendly vine growers. While growing his own vineyard, Francisco selects from among the best vintages. Francisco´s 4 Kilos is an international figurehead of local wines. At famous restaurant Astrid + Gastón in Lima (Peru), at Gordon Ramsay in London, and at El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, these fine wines are already on the list. Francisco is very proud of this achievement. 4kilos 2012 90% Callet & 10% Manto Negro. Classic red pours into the glass. It has a flattering fruity bouquet, featuring blueberries and plums. It is opulent on the palate with a soft texture. The balance between oak barrels and fruit is a successful one. A ‘yuppie wine‘ from a ‘hippie winemaker’ with profound emotions! Gallines & Foques 2012 80% Manto Negro & 20% Syrah. Intense red shines in the glass. An expressive bouquet welcomes the connoisseur. Ripe cherry and fig are complemented by aromas of barrel-ageing. A wine of finesse on the palate. A great wine and also supporting an important social project. Grimalt Caballero 2012 90% Callet & 10% Fogoneu. What a beautiful violet fills the ‘copa’! The expressive bouquet of wild flowers is fresh and fine. Palate: blueberry and raspberry are amazingly combined. Mallorca is perceptible through its earthy tones. The aftertaste is mineral and persistent. Assertive wine of excellence.
Its name means good table in Mallorcan. For some 20 years, this restaurant – owned by a Mallorcan and an American – in a side street in the village of Calonge, not far from Santanyí, has built up a very loyal clientele of local and international diners. The cuisine is mainly Mallorcan, with some Spanish dishes, and includes meats, and fish and seafood. The menu doesn’t change: it doesn’t need to. Meat dishes, grilled over the open fire, are recommended and many fans rave about the steaks here. Presentation is unfussy but the cooking is good, the portions very generous, and the service warm and friendly. Indoors, the décor is simple and Mallorcan in style, and there’s also a very pleasant courtyard at the back, where vines grow overhead and help create that desired Mediterranean ambience during the warmer months.
Restaurante Bona Taula
Its name means good table in Mallorcan. For some 20 years, this restaurant – owned by a Mallorcan and an American – in a side street in the village of Calonge, not far from Santanyí, has built up a very loyal clientele of local and international diners. The cuisine is mainly Mallorcan, with some Spanish dishes, and includes meats, and fish and seafood. The menu doesn’t change: it doesn’t need to. Meat dishes, grilled over the open fire, are recommended and many fans rave about the steaks here. Presentation is unfussy but the cooking is good, the portions very generous, and the service warm and friendly. Indoors, the décor is simple and Mallorcan in style, and there’s also a very pleasant courtyard at the back, where vines grow overhead and help create that desired Mediterranean ambience during the warmer months.
Welcome to Marina Cala d'Or Yacht Club. Considered the most important marina on Majorca's east coast, we are offering all the necessary services to provide you with a comfortable and pleasant stay. Highlights of the Port Marine Services. 563 moorings, a 30.000 m2 offshore berthing esplanade, mechanical assistance and technical service (Volvo, Cat and Mercruiser), maintenance, nautical cleaning and hull treatment services (osmosis, antifouling, polishing, …) 45 & 65 ton travelifts, a wide selection of cuisine, cozy terraces and shopping areas offering exclusive brands.
port esportiu Marina de Cala d'Or
Welcome to Marina Cala d'Or Yacht Club. Considered the most important marina on Majorca's east coast, we are offering all the necessary services to provide you with a comfortable and pleasant stay. Highlights of the Port Marine Services. 563 moorings, a 30.000 m2 offshore berthing esplanade, mechanical assistance and technical service (Volvo, Cat and Mercruiser), maintenance, nautical cleaning and hull treatment services (osmosis, antifouling, polishing, …) 45 & 65 ton travelifts, a wide selection of cuisine, cozy terraces and shopping areas offering exclusive brands.
Gastronomía
Delicious Paellas & Fideua with views to Marina Cala Dor
Restaurante Proas
Delicious Paellas & Fideua with views to Marina Cala Dor
Near the sea, excellent traditional food
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Restaurante La Caracola
40 Carrer Passeig d'es Port
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Near the sea, excellent traditional food
In the south of the Balearic island of Mallorca, in a charming villa called Santanyí, you can discover the delightful presence of El Campo restaurant, with a rustic countenance and specialized in traditional Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant El Campo is a good start. This is in charge of their cheese and Iberian ham starters, accompanied by the essential bread with tomato, grilled vegetables in and the scrambled eggs with black pudding, peppers and pine nuts. Subsequently, seconds like the Sea Bass with salt, Stewed oxtail, Seafood paella or Grilled beef steak come out. In addition, the restaurant El Campo has a wide selection of Mallorcan and national wines with which you can combine the exceptional nature of each dish. And if you want more Mediterranean, its outdoor garden is postulated as the ideal place to eat, dine or enjoy a relaxed dinner with your favorite drink. Are you going to let them tell you?
RESTAURANTE EL CAMPO
In the south of the Balearic island of Mallorca, in a charming villa called Santanyí, you can discover the delightful presence of El Campo restaurant, with a rustic countenance and specialized in traditional Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant El Campo is a good start. This is in charge of their cheese and Iberian ham starters, accompanied by the essential bread with tomato, grilled vegetables in and the scrambled eggs with black pudding, peppers and pine nuts. Subsequently, seconds like the Sea Bass with salt, Stewed oxtail, Seafood paella or Grilled beef steak come out. In addition, the restaurant El Campo has a wide selection of Mallorcan and national wines with which you can combine the exceptional nature of each dish. And if you want more Mediterranean, its outdoor garden is postulated as the ideal place to eat, dine or enjoy a relaxed dinner with your favorite drink. Are you going to let them tell you?
Lugares emblemáticos
Restaurant Fernando Café is located in the heart of Cala d'Or since 1961, being a key piece of the original architecture of the town. Its Ibicenco style creates a cozy atmosphere in which to enjoy a casual menu, fresh and varied. They emphasize their breakfasts combined, a daily menu at noon very abundant and their dinners, undoubtedly the most romantic accompanied by live music some nights a week. Its bar, El PUB Fernando, is also one of the most emblematic bars of Cala DÓr.
Café Fernando
31 Plaça Ibiza
Restaurant Fernando Café is located in the heart of Cala d'Or since 1961, being a key piece of the original architecture of the town. Its Ibicenco style creates a cozy atmosphere in which to enjoy a casual menu, fresh and varied. They emphasize their breakfasts combined, a daily menu at noon very abundant and their dinners, undoubtedly the most romantic accompanied by live music some nights a week. Its bar, El PUB Fernando, is also one of the most emblematic bars of Cala DÓr.
Be it for the scenery, curiosity or interest in art, Santanyí is well worth a visit and the best time to go is at the weekend. Saturday is market day in Santanyí, so you better start off early. Enjoy a breakfast in one of the cafés and watch the continual coming and going on one of the nicest markets on the island. Take a look around the galleries or stroll around the market stands with their vast selection of curiosities. You should plan for an early dinner in one of the excellent restaurants in Santanyí and don’t miss the live music in Sa Cova (starts at around 09:30hrs)
Santanyi
Be it for the scenery, curiosity or interest in art, Santanyí is well worth a visit and the best time to go is at the weekend. Saturday is market day in Santanyí, so you better start off early. Enjoy a breakfast in one of the cafés and watch the continual coming and going on one of the nicest markets on the island. Take a look around the galleries or stroll around the market stands with their vast selection of curiosities. You should plan for an early dinner in one of the excellent restaurants in Santanyí and don’t miss the live music in Sa Cova (starts at around 09:30hrs)
With white sand and crystal clear, blue water, Cala Sa Nau is an ideal beach for snorkelling and swimming and as there are no other water sports for hire here, many people come here just for that. You can rent sunbeds and parasols for the day and there are facilities with showers and toilets. Very good beach bar "chiringuito"
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Cala Sa Nau
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With white sand and crystal clear, blue water, Cala Sa Nau is an ideal beach for snorkelling and swimming and as there are no other water sports for hire here, many people come here just for that. You can rent sunbeds and parasols for the day and there are facilities with showers and toilets. Very good beach bar "chiringuito"