Most of the things to do here revolve around the beach and the sea. Although, if you do find yourself needing to escape the sun lounger for the day, then there are plenty of other things to do to keep you and the little ones entertained throughout the day and into the evening.
A boat trip is a great way to jump offshore and explore the eastern coastline of Mallorca. From trips up the coast to the pretty bay of Cala Ratjada to glass bottom boats, you will be sure to find something that takes your fancy. Book your tickets from the jetty on Cala Millor beach or from the ticket office opposite.
There are two different children’s theme parks at each end of the promenade called ‘Fantasy Park’. Each has a good range of children's attractions, including trampolines, a giant bouncy castle, go-karting, and water activities.
On the beach, you will find pedaloes or, if you fancy travelling further afield, join a SUP paddle boarding or snorkelling tour. For the thrill seekers, there is also parasailing, banana boat rides, jet skiing and more. If you want to get to know the underwater world a little better, then we suggest organizing a scuba diving trip with Albatros Diving.
Cala Millor offers a good range of activities for outdoor adventure enthusiasts, whether it be canyoning, climbing, coasteering, or rappel. There are various trustworthy companies organizing excursions around this area.
Cycling is most popular in Mallorca in the winter months. Cala Millor is surrounded by beautiful countryside to enjoy a leisurely jaunt or head to the Serra de Tramuntana or the Serres de Llevant for some thigh-busting climbs. In the summer months, it's rather hot so many people stick to the cycle path that runs along the coastline. You will find a few bike hire shops within the resort.
Within the resort, you will find shops selling the holiday essentials like sun cream, inflatables and souvenirs. A few Spanish high street shops are on hand like MANGO, Springfield and Calzedonia. A small Eroski supermarket and convenience stores dotted are around the place if you want to stock up on food and snacks. There is also a small summer market held between March and October at Calle Eucalipto and the square behind the Centro Civico from 09:00 to 13:00.
The closest golf course to Cala Millor is Canyamel Golf. An 18-hole, par-73 course, created in 1988 by the golf architect José Gancedo, it's renowned for its natural beauty thanks to consideration for the natural environment and orography in its creation.