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Cala Bona is a popular holiday resort on the east coast of Majorca, the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands. The resort, which was once a small fishing town, started to see an influx of tourists from the 1960’s and was transformed in 2006 to cater for the significant rise in tourists visiting the town annually.
Cala Bona is popular with tourists who want a truly relaxing experience while on holiday in Majorca. The resort is very small with only 14 hotels, which gives tourists plenty of space and peace whether that be around the pool or at the beach. The resorts beaches have been awarded as blue flag beaches, due to the pristine condition of the waters.
Cala Bona is best suited to families and couples who want maximum relaxation while on their sun holiday. As a small, laid back resort, it’s the perfect holiday destination for older couples or families with young kids.
Flights from Dublin to Palma de Mallorca airport operate seven days a week during the summer, with a flight time of 2-hours and 55-minutes.
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There are several bars and restaurants in Cala Bona to spend the evening in, however, for the most part Cala Bona has a quaint nightlife.
In Cala Bona there are many restaurant’s serving delicious Spanish and seafood cuisine.
Kids will love a trip to Safari Park zoo in Sa Coma. You can reach this safari by taking a free shuttle bus from Cala Millor.
Cala Bona is home to a rock and a sand beach, both of which are blue flag beaches due to the high quality of the waters. These beaches never get too busy and are the perfect place to spend the day sunbathing.
There are several souvenir shops in Cala Bona which sell beach attire and quirky goods to remember your holiday by. For a traditional Spanish market head to the Cala Millor market, which takes place every Monday morning during the summer.
Every year in mid-July, Cala Bona hold the Fieste of the Mare de Deu del Carme, a festival to celebrate the patron saint of fisherman. During this festival, the resort hosts a range of musical events, parades and even a maritime procession by the harbor.
Like the rest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca experiences cool winters and hot, dry summers. Due to this, the best time to visit Cala Bona to ensure you get the most out of your sun holiday is during the summer season. Between June and August, temperatures average in the high twenties, making it the perfect time for a holiday to the laid-back resort of Cala Bona!
Euro is the currency used in Majorca.
Majorca is one 1 hour ahead of Ireland.
From the airport, it is a 1-hour drive to Cala Bona. As the resort is small, most tourists choose to explore the town by foot.