Cala Millor
A mile of sandy beach, plenty of sunbeds and pedalos, a lively promenade, plenty of entertainment and shops in other words a holiday in Cala Millor ticks all the boxes for the modern vacationer who chooses the blue skies and crystalline sea of Mallorca as a destination. The dozens of high-rise hotels and apartmentmore
Calla Millor was amazing - Tom Elderton. Date of travel: Aug 2010
me and my family go every year to the hotel talayot and from the second week of august it is full of families that go every year all with children the last couple of years we have been sampling the nightlife and we found ourselves going to lollipop often, the music is great the drinks are free until 2 am and everybody is dancing all night long we would all recommend it.
Our spring holiday in Cala Millor 2008 - Steven & Lynn Brown. Date of travel: Apr 2008
Our spring holiday in Cala Millor 2008
We've just got back from Cala Millor, we spent the last week of April & the 1st week of May there. The weather was great, probably better than we will see all summer in the UK. We stayed in the Amba Rumani Hotel, situated just across from the beach with its golden sands & crystal clear sea, everything was so clean & tidy. My wife & I felt so safe in this resort with our children Hanna 11 & Damien 10, definitely a very family friendly area. The hotel mainly catered for Germans, but there was so much to see & do we didn't spend a great deal of time there. There's plenty of different types of restaurants, including Italian, Chinese, Spanish tapas, English bars, including our favourite one (a little family run place) called Get Stuffed, where we enjoyed our full English breakfast every morning & if you do visit Cala Millor they do the best lamb shank I've ever tasted. All in all we had a fabulous time & we have already booked to come back in September 2008.
Watch out for the beach fruit sellers! - Manchester Crew. Date of travel: Aug 2007
Fruit sellers on the beach are a total rip off! We saw them stop at (pale) people's sunbeds, seemingly weary from carting all their wares around, and put their boxes of fruit down for a 'rest'. They then cut a piece of fruit for the people, who then offered to buy a slice of melon. They were then told it was 6 for the slice, and any attempt at bartering or refusal was met with hostile responses. We saw this happen several times, and decided to buy our own melon (full) from the shop for 2.
Family Resort - Mike, Frankie, Joe, Issy. Date of travel: Aug 2007
Cala Millor is quite a clean resort generally although side streets could be a little dirty with rubbish etc. Not a large resort but plenty of restaurants and bars with karaoke and bingo etc. It did have the feeling of a very safe place and not a lot of traffic. Beach was lovely, clean and not expensive for sun beds etc. Boat trips available etc. Do venture into the side streets and walk into Bona if you feel energetic you'll find lots more little bars/tapas that way. Top British bars seemed to be British Bulldog and Rose & Crown. We managed to find Cheers which is well worth a visit but can take a bit of finding.
Mr. - Dave. Date of travel: Jul 2006
Me and my mate were desperately hoping the nightlife would be decent and were relieved to see it was. Oviously not in the league of Magaluf etc. but still was good.
Calla Millor - Jo. Date of travel: Jul 2006
In terms of the nightlife Calla Millor was better than expected and there was about 6 or 7 lively bars/clubs stayin open way into the early hours. Wen we first got there me and my cousin didnt really meet many other English people but as the days went on more arrived and by the end of our holiday (mid July) we'd met plenty of other lads n girls. I wouldnt reccomend it if I was going with all my mates coz there are better places out there, but considering it was with the family it was quality!
Take yourself down there! - Kayleigh Tunnicliffe. Date of travel: Jul 2005
I recently visited Cala Millor with my brother (19) and his girlfriend (19), not knowing what to expect, but when we went out on the first night we saw people handing out leaflets to different bars and clubs. Being a typical 17 year old this made me excited (as I thought Cala Millor would have been boring). So as we looked around 2 bars caught my eye, one being called Chaplins and the other called K1. We started off in Chaplins for a couple of drinks which was cool because they have great offers every night. We stayed in there until it closed (2:00am) because we didn't know what the other bars would be like, but just across the road is K1 which stays open until 6:00am. We went in to check it out and its amazing: different kinds of music were played and the atmosphere is just what I was looking for: everyone happy and just having a good time. Vodka and Redbull is kinda pricey at 5 euros but if you order vodka and coke you get another free! :) For the duration of our stay we went in every night when the others had closed! K1 is great because if you dont fancy dancing you can just chill out on the sofas inside and outside or even play pool inside. Overall it was my favourite club and I enjoyed my stay that much that I'm going back at the end of August with some girl mates to catch up with some friends I met out there!!!! So take up my advice and take yourself down there! ENJOY! XXXXXXX TUNNI XXXXXXX Tour Operator: Thomson
Hotels in Cala Millor User Rating
4-Star Hotels
Castell De Mar | * * * * * |
Bahia Del Este | * * * * * |
Hotel Sumba Borneo | * * * * * |
Bahia Grande | * * * * * |
Eurotel Golf Punta Rotja | * * * * * |
Hotel Girasol | * * * * * |
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3-Star Hotels
Anba Romani Aparthotel | * * * * * |
Atalaya Apartments | * * * * * |
Aparthotel Iberostar Cala Millor Park | * * * * * |
Biniamar | * * * * * |
Cala Millor Gardens | * * * * * |
Club Hotel Morito | * * * * * |
Dunas Aparthotel | * * * * * |
Proto Turo Pins Aparthotel | * * * * * |
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2-Star Hotels
Don Pedro Apartments | * * * * * |
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