Transfer from Palma Airport (PMI) to Cala Millor
Balearic Transfer - Transfer from Palma Airport to Cala Millor
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Details of the trip and transfer to Cala Millor
Pickup: Palma Airport
Distance: 57 km
Estimated time: 69 minutes
Transportation: Private, exclusively for you or your group.
Available Vehicles: Taxi, Minivan, Minibus and Bus
Discover Cala Millor with Balearic Transfer
Cala Millor is three kilometers from Son Servera and is also known sometimes as Son Moro or Cala Nau. This coastal area was established in the late 1980s and has grown into one of the best and most-visited tourism centers in Mallorca, and one of the most famous in all of Western Europe.
This beach is known for being an expansive white sand beach with clear, blue waters and banks of Neptune grass, sightings of dolphin pods, as well as great scuba diving and windsurfing. Cala Millor is adjacent to Son Servera on its northeast border. Of its 1800 meters of length, 1320 belong to the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, and the rest forms part of neighboring Son Servera.
As an open sea beach, the area is dangerous for boat moorings and for swimming when there is strong wind from the east. Even so, any sailing enthusiast who wants to drop anchor in this bay will do so over a sandy bottom, with a depth that varies between four and five meters below the shoreline. Just 0.9 nautical miles away are the nearest port facilities, the Cala Bona Port Esportiu (sports marina).
From north to south, Cala Millor has a pedestrian street lined with well-known shops, jewelry stores, souvenir stands, traditional Mallorcan products, activewear shops and ice cream parlors. Everything you need for your vacation in this area: Private transfer with Balearic Transfer to parks, banks, supermarkets, etc.
History and culture
The first hotel was built in 1933, called Hotel Eureka. In those days, there was nothing but small rural houses used for storage. Like other places on the coast, the tourism boom has brought constant renovations to improve both aesthetics and infrastructure. Mass construction of hotels and apartments began, turning it into one of the biggest tourism centers in Mallorca.
A cultural center, the Sa Màniga Auditorium, offers theatrical performances, audiovisual, artistic and musical programs all year long. The streets of the downtown area and the entire area are dotted with sculptures and artwork from local artists.
Things to do
A fantastic bike lane right along the beach to ride or take a family stroll. You also have access to hiking trails, sports facilities, spas, golf courses, and more. Aquatic and maritime activities abound here. You can go on boat excursions from Cala Millor, or enjoy the tourist train that joins Cala Millor with Cala Bona.
Also of note is Punta d’Amer to the south of the beach, which is home to an old watchtower called Castell d’Amer. One area of the coast has been declared a nature reserve.
Restaurants in Cala Millor
More than 90 restaurants, with a variety of foods and traditional cuisines from several countries. You’ll find Italian restaurants, Thai restaurants, Indian restaurants, as well as restaurants with traditional Mallorcan dishes, and even some with a Michelin star.
Cala Millor has a nice variety of restaurants, Check this list.
Cala Millor Hotels
If you have already made lodging arrangements, please indicate this when booking your transfer. Balearic Transfer will be your transportation to any hotel, house or inn. Good hotels in the area start from around €50, with some 60 hotels in the area, so you can find the one that best fits your vacation needs. find the one that best fits your vacation in this list.
Events in Cala Millor
EIn May, a classical music festival and medieval fair are held, and the Fiestas del Turista are held in late September.
There is also a weekly market held during the summertime in Cala Millor, Sa Coma and S’Illot.
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