Cala Bona

Set on Mallorca’s east coast, Cala Bona is a relaxed fishing town simply oozing rustic charm. Fishermen bring in the day’s catch at the harbour ready for lunch at the waterfront restaurants, while the original winding streets are ripe for exploring. There’s also a modern pedestrianised centre with shops and bars.

The beaches at Cala Bona are a patchwork of small sandy spots separated by rocky coves and breakwaters. Cala Bona is just 2 kilometres from it’s neighbour Cala Millor and a promenade lined with shops, bars and eateries runs between the two resorts. The water is very calm although attention will need to be paid to the rocks when getting in.

Cala Bona is a quiet resort free from all vestiges of neon lights and noisy clubs. It has a calming environment ideal for taking your time over a satisfying meal at one of the restaurants in the harbour followed by cocktails overlooking the sea. However, for something a little more lively, it is only a 15-minute walk or 5 minutes by taxi to Cala Millor with its clubs and nighlife more suited to a younger crowd.

Cala Bona is just 20 minutes drive from one of Mallorca’s biggest tourist attractions – the famous Caves of Drach. Here can be seen a panoply of colourful stalagmites and stalactites, and you can enjoy a concert at one of the world’s biggest underground lakes. Even closer to the resort you are also on the doorstep of the Punta de n’Amer nature reserve, where the dunes and pine forests are perfect for taking a leisurely stroll.

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