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Cala D’or, which in Spanish means the ‘Golden Bay’ is a popular beach resort on the southeast of Majorca, the biggest of Spain’s Balearic Islands. This resort has something for everyone with wonderful beaches, fascinating excursions and beautiful nature, it is the perfect holiday resort for tourists of all ages and interests.
Cala D’or is the perfect holiday resort for couples and families who love beach holidays and exploring the local nature of their holiday destination. Cala D’or has calm waters, gold sand bays, coupled with breath-taking scenery for tourists to enjoy. A great way of seeing the amazing nature Cala D’or has to offer is by taking a boat tour of the resort’s hidden coves.
The resort has quite a laid-back atmosphere and this makes it best suited to families and couples looking to relax among beautiful scenery on their holiday and also enjoy a quiet nightlife scene.
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Cala D’or is a relaxed laid back resort but it does offer many bars to enjoy a tasty cocktail in, a drink by the marina and live music.
There are many restaurants in Cala D’or serving fantastic seafood and traditional Spanish dishes. For dinner with a view, try one of the beautiful restaurants overlooking the Marina of Cala D’or.
Take a day trip to Palma, where there is plenty for kids to do, including an aquarium and a western waterpark.
Cala Gran the main beach in Cala d’Or, a beautiful gold sand beach with crystal clear blue waters.
Cala D’ors Fiesta de la Mare de Déu del Mar takes place annually in mid-august to celebrate the sea which borders the resort. The highlight of this festival is the maritime procession around the harbour. During this event you will also find musical concerts and sporting performances taking place.
The best time to visit Cala D’or is during the summer months, when temperatures average in the mid to high twenties. Alongside the warm weather the resort experiences, Cala D’or also sees an average of 11 hours of sunshine daily during these months.
Euro is the currency used in Majorca
Majorca is one hour ahead of Ireland.
Flights from Dublin, Cork, Knock and Shannon to Palma operate up to seven days a week during the summer, with the average flight time of 2 hours and 45 minutes from Dublin airport. From Palma de Mallorca airport, it is a 1 hour drive to the resort of Cala D’or. For those who would like to explore all that Majorca has to offer, Car rental is an affordable option.