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Cala D'Or Hotels - Cala D'Or Majorca

Seven glorious beaches and excellent shopping facilities distinguish this holiday resort. It lies on the South-Eastern coast of the island paradise that is Majorca. Home to a magnificent golf course and and splendid Yacht club, it is a dream destination for holiday makers.

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Guest Rating 3.90 out of 5

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Avenida Tagomago 18-20 Cala d´Or
Rooms from EUR 25.00

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Guest Rating 4.00 out of 5

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Punta des Ports s/n Cala d´Or
Rooms from EUR 75.00

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Guest Rating 4.15 out of 5

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Boulevard c/n Cala d´Or
Rooms from EUR 87.88

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Guest Rating 4.40 out of 5

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Portinatx, 16-18 Cala d´Or
Rooms from EUR 109.44

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Els Revells, s/n Cala d'Or
Rooms from EUR 40.00

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Guest Rating 5.00 out of 5

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Urbanización Cala Egos Cala d'Or
Rooms from EUR 76.00

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Guest Rating 4.19 out of 5

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C/ Marques de comillas Cala d'Or
Rooms from EUR 51.00

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The Golden Cove of Majorca

The name Cala d'Or (Golden Cove) reflects the nature of the beaches. They're secluded and surrounded by rocky banks lined with pine and palm trees. The waters are shallow and clear. You can enjoy sailing, windsurfing and glass-bottomed boat tours (as well as the sunbathing).

Things to Do in Cala D'or

Cala Gran is the largest of the beaches here. It has the added convenience of the large adjoining pedestrian area, which houses the majority of the shops. Designer clothes, shoes and perfumes are all on sale at low prices, The market caters for all those souvenir needs, with a wide range of local pottery, glass and leatherwear to be had. This is also the centre for nightlife in town, with a stylish selection of bars and discos.

A Place for a More Refined Experience

However, despite being known as the east coast's liveliest resort, it's far from a party capital. It offers a more refined evening out. Many great restaurants can be found at Cala Lllonga, the largest of the coves. Backed by a timeless marina setting, you'll find a cosmopolitan mix of English, Spanish, French, Italian and Chinese cuisine (to name but a few). There is an offering to patrons a different dining experience every day.

Getting Around

With an urban area of just 3 square miles, the town is easy to get around in. There is even a tourist mini-train to take you to the beaches. It does still retains the traditional charm of the small fishing village it once was.