Flora and Fauna
The natural, cultural and ecological treasures to be found at Punta de n’Amer, a headland nestling between Sa Coma and Cala Millor, have earned it the status of a Natural Area of Special Interest.
Lying on Majorca´s east coast, Cala Millor boasts an immense stretch of sand bathed by shimmering blue water and backed by a wide promenade that is ideal for a relaxing evening stroll as the sun sets.
More than two kilometres of fine sand make this an irresistible draw for tourists, together with modern facilities and all the amenities they could wish for in what is one of the island’s best kept resorts.
Next to Cala Millor beach is the small fishing village of Cala Bona, flanked by fabulous beaches such as Es Ribell, Sa Marjal and Costa dels Pins, in an area that also boasts a host of natural delights.
The local cuisine is renowned for its mouth-watering flavours and variety. Traditional dishes include frit de porc (stir-fried pork, potatoes and peppers), tumbet (Majorca’s version of ratatouille), arròs brut (a meat and vegetable rice dish) and sopes mallorquines (vegetables and meat simmered slowly with bread to soak up the stock).
Those of you eager for action will have great fun with the endless activities on offer in Cala Millor: horse riding, tennis, squash, padel tennis, football, karting, golf, shooting, scuba diving and fishing are just some of the options available to visitors, who can also explore the region´s many cycling trails.