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    Sample a slice of charming island life on your Calas de Mallorca holidays. Sitting on the east coast of Majorca, between the resorts of Cala D’Or and Cala Millor, Cales de Mallorca makes a perfect base for a sunshine holiday. Sit back and soak up the Balearic sunshine on a trio of beaches – Cala Antena, Cala Domingos Petit and Cala Domingos Gran – all of which can be reached by a road train. This scenic Majorcan resort is around 70km from the Palma de Mallorca airport, and can be best enjoyed during summers (June-August) when the temperatures reach up to 30°C, thanks to its Mediterranean climate.

     

    With a plethora of things to do on your holidays to Calas de Mallorca, you’ll be spoilt for choice! The golden sands and azure waters of the Cala Domingos Gran beach make it an ideal spot for swimming or indulging in water sports. If you want tranquillity, head to the scenic Cala S’Almonia cove backed by limestone cliffs. Golfing enthusiasts can drive to the nearby Vall d’Or golf course, or if you love the sea, hop on a boat cruise at Cala D’Or. Those travelling with kids can visit the nearest waterpark Aqualand El Arenal, Majorca’s biggest water park. For attractions nearby, visit Cala D’Or and Cala Millor, or party till dawn at Magaluf, which is almost 1.5 hour-drive from Calas de Mallorca. If you want to kick back and unwind, walk along the resort’s promenade and enjoy stunning views of the Mediterranean.

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    Take a boat tour

    Majorca is famous for its beautiful turquoise waters and there are loads of catamaran and boat cruises to choose from. Head out on a dolphin expedition, a snorkelling tour or a chilled catamaran cruise around the coastline and you won't regret it. For those young at heart, there are lots of sunset party boats to hop aboard as well!

    Beach Hop around the Calas

     

    Beach Hop around the Calas

    Calas de Mallorca has three fab beaches, each with their own holiday appeal, and all handily connected by road train and coastal paths. Take your pick from the Blue Flagged and watersports-rich Cala Domingos Gran, the white sands of Cala Domingos Petit and nearby Cala Antena. A couple can have strong currents so check before you swim. Visit the trio and pick your fave!

     
    Tire the Kids Out at the Playground

     

    Tire the Kids Out at the Playground

    Happy kids equal happy parents, and with an adventure playground situated right in the middle of Cales de Mallorca, you won’t have to venture far to put big smiles on your children’s faces. Home to a playground, trampolines, mini karts and huge bouncy castle, it’s the perfect place to help the kids run off steam before bedtime.

     
    Pick Some Pearls in Manacor

     

     

    Pick Some Pearls in Manacor

    The nearby town of Manacor is known for its manufacture of Majorcan pearls – not the ones that oysters make, but artificial ones that look like the real deal and are made from glass and fish scales. Pick up some shimmering pearls to add to your jewellery collection before you go.

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