Cala d’Or, bathed by the crystalline waters of the Mediterranean and surrounded by the intense green of Mallorcan nature, stands as a unique destination for lovers of sun, beach, and tranquillity. This charming town, located on the southeast coast of the island, invites you to immerse yourself in an earthly paradise where dream beaches, unspoiled coves and endless activities combine to create an unforgettable holiday experience. If you want to know more, read on.

What is Cala d’Or like?

Cala d’Or will surprise you with its unique architecture. The buildings are no higher than two storeys, maintaining a traditional style that blends in seamlessly with the natural surroundings. The construction of the hotels is regulated in order to preserve the essence of the place, even with a curious cubic shape that characterises many of them.

Divided into three neighbourhoods: the centre of Cala d’Or, Cala Ferrera and Cala Egos, it has all kinds of facilities and attractions for the entire family. A mini-train runs through the area, allowing visitors to discover its charming corners.

A refuge for sea lovers

The heart of Cala d’Or beats to the rhythm of its beaches. Cala Gran, with its fine sand and turquoise waters that blend into the horizon, is the ideal place for families with children. Cala Ferrera, with its rocky outcrops rising out of the sea and its deep waters, will attract snorkelling and scuba diving enthusiasts, while Cala Esmeralda (also known as Caló des Corrals), with its intimate and cosy atmosphere, will seduce those seeking a haven of peace and tranquillity. And if you’re looking for a different experience, the natural swimming pool between the rocks of Cala Egos will surprise you.

What to see in Cala d’Or?

In the surroundings of Cala d’Or you will find a wide variety of activities for all tastes. Walk the trails of the Mondragó Natural Park and observe the diversity of birds, discover the beauty of Cala Figuera or enter the famous Caves of Drach, where an impressive classical music concert is held inside.

The village of Santanyí is also worth a visit. Its traditional street market, held on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, offers you the opportunity to buy local produce, clothes, and handicrafts. In Cala d’Or itself, there is also an evening street market on summer Sundays.

Beyond the sea

A stay in Cala d’Or would not be complete without exploring its fascinating history. Es Fortí, an imposing 18th century fortress in the Cala Egos neighbourhood, will take you back in time. Its original cannons still face the sea, a reminder of the battles fought to defend the coast. From its walls, you can enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean and take pictures of the sunsets.

For nature and history lovers, a visit to the Sant Salvador monastery is a must. Located at the top of the Sierra de Levante, at an altitude of more than 500 metres, this monastery offers spectacular views of the mountains and the sea. A two-and-a-half hour walk takes you from the monastery to the ruins of Santueri Castle, an ancient fortress where you can learn more about the region’s past.

Vall d’Or Golf: a challenge for golf lovers

For golf enthusiasts, Cala d’Or has a top-class 18-hole course: our Vall d’Or Golf. The course is set in a privileged natural environment, surrounded by pine trees and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Its fairways and greens will challenge players of all levels, from beginners to professionals, offering them a unique experience in an incomparable setting.

Vall d’Or Golf offers you not only a challenging course, but also an atmosphere of distinction and camaraderie that will make you feel at home. The magnificent views, the Mediterranean breeze and the personal attention will win you over from the first moment.

So if you are passionate about golf, you can not miss Vall d’Or Golf. Book your next round and live a luxury experience in Cala d’Or, a little paradise in Mallorca.