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.
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A coquettish beach among the pine forests. Although it is quite small, sun terraces have been made so that you can all enjoy it.
Away from the waves It is one of the cosiest sandbanks protected from the waves in Santanyí, so much so that it has a cape that extends into the coastline, which serves as shelter. However, this implies that from the beach you cannot enjoy sea views.
Finding a name for this beach was an easy task. The blue and green tones of the water remind you of this precious stone.
This small sandbank flanked by low rocky areas is one of the beaches in Cala d’Or that has had little impact from society. The hotel establishments and apartment blocks as well as residential areas are at a reasonable distance from the beach.
As indicated by its name (the big cove), it is the biggest beach in Cala d’Or. It’s a calm beach ideal for anchoring.
Known for being narrow, for its cliffs and fine sand, for its thick pine forests and calm waters and as a perfect anchoring spot. This natural environment is shared with the villas, which fit in nicely in the landscape, and various large hotels, located at the back of the beach, making Cala Gran the most built-up in the area.
Also known as Caló de ses Egos, it is a rocky as well as sandy beach, quite small, coquettish and very clean.
Depending on how you look at it, it could seem a private beach belonging to the various hotels surrounding it. They are on top of the beach. In fact, the restaurants on the beach belong to these hotels. Even so, it is a very nice beach and usually is kept very clean.
One of the most beautiful and imposing bays of the island, declared a Natural Park in 1992
It is divided into two beaches: s’Amarador and Mondragó, both spectacular. Its fine sand and shallow waters make it the perfect beach for the youngest members of the family. At the back of the beach there is a wetland inhabited by eels, water snakes and birds.
Cala Figuera spreads two ways in the shape of a ‘Y’, creating the Caló d’en Busques and the Caló d’en Boira.
Caló d’en Busques has one of the most protected fishing ports of the archipelago. Throughout these two coves you can admire the wooden boats, the fish markets, the small fisherman houses, the nets drying in the sun, the artisanal docks and the remaining little stone houses.
A beautiful yet very crowded beach located 6 km from Santanyí. Fully equipped with services, Cala Santanyí offers a complete family day out.
A beautiful path starts at Cala Santanyí leading to Es Pontàs; a natural stone bridge over the sea that leave those who visit it breathless. Being a beach of easy access as well as offering many services, it is one of the most popular during the summer.
A paradise away from any civilization located in the south of the MaLLorcan island
One of the biggest virgin beaches of Mallorca, far from any urban center, only has in its vicinity the Cap Salines Lighthouse. It is a sandy beach with turquoise and crystal clear waters, ideal for long relaxing baths, while the silhouette of the Cabrera archipelago is appreciated. Its surroundings are formed by a fabulous and pristine dune system and rocky barriers, as well as some vestiges of the Spanish civil war.
As its name declares, this small sandbank is full of serenity beneath the sun. The perfect place to get away from our daily routines.
Cala Serena is a small and calm sandbank with a nearby residential area called Cala Serena, which means there are a few swimmers, no like the neighbouring Cala Ferrera. However, it is still the ideal place to hide away among nature and crystalline waters.
At only a few kilometres from Cala d’Or, Cala Mitjana is a beautiful clear water cove. It is not easily accessible, but it’s worth it.
Cala Mitjana is rather a small beach. Only 30 metres wide, it is covered with wonderful white sand. It is relatively difficult to get there since there is no road, but this becomes an advantage since it is rarely full (except for the months of July and August when it is high season in the island, of course)
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WTA Mallorca Open
Top women’s tennis tournament held annually in Mallorca
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Date 17/06/2019 – 23/06/2019
Time All day event
Venue Santa Ponsa Tennis Academy
Organiser WTA Mallorca Open
During the third week of June, on the pristine grass courts of the Santa Ponsa Tennis Club, Mallorca becomes the world capital of women’s tennis.
Every year many of the world’s top female players choose to compete at the Mallorca Open – offering perfect conditions as a warm-up for Wimbledon, as well as Mallorca’s welcoming atmosphere. Together with the tournament’s excellent organisation, the players get to enjoy their free time spent on the magical island.
Since its inception Mallorca Open has been founded on the values of equality and promotion of women’s sport. As part of this, this month also saw the gathering of the First Forum of Women in Sport, where personalities of sport, culture and society demonstrated the strong presence that women can have in any field.
In this its fourth year, the tournament will feature the former world number one players Angelique Kerber and Victoria Azarenka. Kerber, the current Wimbledon women’s champion, comes to Mallorca to show why she considered one of the best tennis players in the world. They will be joined by a cast of tennis stars such as Anastasija Sevastova, Belinda Bencic, Caroline Garcia or Elise Mertens. Since its second year, the tournament has been directed by Toni Nadal, uncle and former coach of Rafa Nadal.
In addition to enjoying the best tennis in the world, there are many parallel activities organised at the Santa Ponsa Tennis Club together with top-class facilities that bring together thousands of people for a great day out. The tournament also offers a childcare service for visitors wanting to enjoy the tournament while their little ones are entertained – so an unforgettable experience that the whole family can enjoy.
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While to many, Mallorca is synonymous with package holidays and big brash resort hotels, the island also offers some of the most charming boutique properties in the Mediterranean. From medieval mansions to rustic fincas, here is our selection of the best beautifully bijou hotels on this Balearic isle
Posada Terra Santa
A Boutique Hotel in Mallorca that was born to rescue the magnificent manor house of the barons of Boixador.
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This lovely boutique hotel aims for perfection, and comes pretty darn close. It occupies a former mansion dating back to 1576, which was once home to members of the Spanish aristocracy. The property’s ancient character has been expertly updated with a fresh contemporary polish, while retaining plenty of original historic charm. The 26 rooms are luxuriously put together, with top-end comforts such as king-size beds with with Egyptian cotton sheets. Space to unwind comes in the form of a cozy lounge, beautiful library, and rooftop terrace with fabulous views over the city’s rooftops. They’ve even squeezed a sauna, massage room and heated splash pool in the hotel’s basement. More info
Hotel Sant Francesc
METICULOUS RESTORATION The Hotel is a former Mallorcan mansion, built in 1860.
Hotel Sant Francesc | © Vera Lair / Majestic Hotel Group
Set in quieter side of Palma’s richly historic Old Town
, the Hotel Sant Francesc oozes effortless style from its beautiful period-chic reception to its gorgeous rooftop terrace overlooking the eponymous church. Most of the original neoclassical features of this 19th-century mansion have been meticulously restored, but with a light contemporary touch that makes for achingly eye-pleasing results. But it’s not all aesthetics, with an outstanding fine dining restaurant, high-tech in-room amenities, and a rooftop swimming pool with poolside sushi bar that puts the icing on one very luxurious cake. More info.
Castell Son Claret
Castell Son Claret on the beautiful Island of Mallorca merges pure nature, relaxing luxury and culinary. Boutique Hotel
Although this luxury boutique hotel only opened its doors in 2013, it’s been at the top of its game from the start – and ever since. The building itself is a former castle with its roots in the 15th century and extensive grounds from where guests can soak up the gorgeous surrounding Mallorcan landscape. Its 38 rooms are individually and immaculately styled, with top-end accommodation offering private gardens with pools, or for a more quirky stay there’s a circular duplex room converted from an ancient water tower. A panoramic swimming pool, deluxe spa, and the only two-Michelin-star restaurant
in the Balearics complete a super-swanky package. More info
Mar Calma Hotel
Provides a unique experience in simple luxury and comfort in the heart of the old fishing village of Puerto Pollensa.
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Small but perfectly formed, the Hotel Mar Calma
is located just a few minutes’ walk from the lovely long beach in the popular resort of Puerto Pollensa. Interiors are swish, hip and contemporary throughout, including its 20 guest rooms that also feature pillow menus, state-of-the-art TVs and super-fast free Wi-Fi. The top-level Master Suite opens to a private patio with superb mountain and marina views; alternatively head to the rooftop terrace with hot tub and sunbathing zone which also features vistas of the Serra de Tramuntana
Fontsanta Hotel is a 5 star hotel located in Campos in the Southern portion of the island of Mallorca.
The 25-room, family-run Fontsanta Hotel can boast a genuinely unique selling point – a thermal spring that feeds its spa, the only one of its kind in the Balearics and rich in minerals. The rest of this 19th-century former country house is also pretty special, with delicious high-end dining, beautifully minimalist guest rooms, and the peace and serenity that come from a totally child-free property. More info
Sumptuous Pleasure Palace with two rooms and 27 Suites
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This romantic 19th-century fortress, perched on a clifftop in Mallorca, has been transformed into a sumptuous pleasure palace with two rooms and 27 suites, offering excellent snorkeling, a saltwater infinity pool, and superb service near Palma. Invisible from both land and sea, it is a secret citadel enclosed by ramparts and turrets. Glass-topped low tables rest on gun carriages and the design of the key fobs was inspired by bullets found on the site. Despite all this, the place has a soft, feminine vibe and you feel like you are sinking into a giant slab of turrón nougat. More info
Hotel Can Simoneta, Canyamel, Mallorca,
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Can Simoneta is set in a privileged position on a cliff overlooking the sea to which it has direct access. Its location on the northeast coast of Mallorca, which is well known for its romantic bays, fine beaches and breathtaking scenery, is the ideal setting for those who want to enjoy a wide range of leisure and sporting facilities, as well as those who want to relax and savour the cultural, historical and natural amenities which abound. Golf courses
In the Northeast of the island of Majorca, with 6,185 meters it stands out for being one of its most picturesque courses. A 18 holes par-73 course, created in 1988 by the golf architect José Gancedo, fully respecting and preserving the natural environment and its orography.It is located 4km away with 18 holes and par 73
Son Penya Petit Hotel & Spa
Son Penya WAKING UP IN A UNIQUE PLACE IN THE HEART OF MAJORCA
Arriving at Son Penya Petit Hotel & Spa allows you to sink in slowly in a breathtaking field of 200.000 m2 very close of San Llorenç. The building which gives life to this hotel has been restored carefully combining traditional elements like wood and mallorquin stone whit more modern ones.
An immaculate host care and the landscape are as important here as the building itself. Each of the 20 rooms has an unique touch made of neutral colors, private terraces, hydro massage bath and overlooking the beautiful landscape. More info: