Calas de Majorca – East Coast of Majorca
Purpose built holidays should put most people’s minds at rest because they offer the best and much needed facilities that are required in this demanding age of tourism, so you’ll be happy to hear that Calas de Majorca has you covered.
Your transfer from the Son Sant Joan International Airport will be around an hour and a half to the very modern resort, this time giving you a chance to see some of the more natural sights that bless the landscape, but it is also a chance to become more accustomed to your surroundings.
With such a vast amount to see and do during the day on the island it is mainly families and couples who venture to this resort. There’s also a train service that travels the coast to other destinations, but the best form of public transport is the bus service.
Calas De Majorca – Fun and Activities
There is much to enjoy whilst you’re staying in Calas de Majorca, if you don’t want to sit and soak up the sun that is fine but if you prefer being an active person then allow the resort to tire you out.
With a great beach were you can indeed spend each day relaxing to the max you’ll be more than content. With shallow waters this can be ideal for children to play in but parents, do beware of strong undercurrents. The beach itself has been awarded the European Blue Flag because of its cleanliness. Calas de Majorca has excursions galore with numerous trips to neighbouring resorts where different, yet vaguely similar, souvenir shops are always available.
With the many mountains and cliffs that surround the area a popular option is to hike around and see the sights or better yet mountain biking. Water sports are another popular set of activities available where people partake in kayaking, snorkelling, windsurfing and scuba diving. Hotel based activities include table tennis and arcades.
There is a zoo on the resort where families like to visit the very popular bird sanctuary.
Calas De Majorca – Food and Nightlife
There are a few restaurants dotted around Calas de Majorca where you will find some good dishes from a good variety of menus from nationalities such as English, Italian and Spanish. There are also some very good seafood restaurants to be found.
Nightlife in Calas de Majorca is mainly hotel based with hotels offering different varieties of live entertainment for its customers who are mostly families. At night you will find live music bars that stay open and offer a little variety for those looking for late night. For more options you’ll need to head to other resorts on the island but it’s best to do a bit of a scouting mission during the day before heading off into the night.
Calas De Majorca - Weather Info
Holidaymakers head to the island all year round with the peak time of course coming during the summer months. The holiday season is however anticipated by locals from May up until October. With temperatures from 20°C going up to 30°C during this period it is no mystery why people flock to this very popular part of the world for holidays. Summer offers around 11 hours of sunshine and it is barely ever interrupted by clouds or even rain, you really would be unlucky to come by it.
Winter see’s temperatures and the hours of sunlight during the days halved but that still means it’s warm in comparison to summer months over here in Britain. You may see the odd bit of rain trying to ruin the mood but it will always clear up fairly quickly.