Holidays to Cala Mandia
The beach at Cala Mandia translates directly as The Romantic Beach and is a good sign of what you can expect here – idyllic coves surrounded by sandy dunes. It’s a stone’s throw from Porto Cristo and is within walking distance from the underground world that is the Caves of Drach – 2,500 metres of caverns and underground lakes. Quiet and laidback, it’s just 10 minutes in a taxi to the livelier resort of Porto Cristo in the evening.
Its name translates as Romantic Beach and you can see why – golden sands and clear, turquoise waters wait for you here.
Sports on the beach
Explore the coves at Cala Varques and Cala Magraner - both so pretty they feature on plenty of postcards.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
With everything from bustling markets to designer shops, Majorca is perfect for a little retail therapy.
If you want to get around in Majorca, why not hire a bike? It's a great way to see the island.
The beach boulevard, Passeig de la Mar in nearby Cala Millor boasts the nicest restaurants, many with great sea views.
If it’s seafood you want then the harbour is the place to go – restaurants take their fish literally off the boats.
The beach bar in Cala Mandia plays hosts to most tourists who keep it local. Expect good prices and great sea views.
Discos in Cala Millor
If you want something livelier, head to Cala Millor. Lolly Pop and Karussel are the most popular discos here.
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