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Cala Bona takes in the tourist areas of Costa de los Pinos, Port Verd, Cala Bona, Port Vell, Cala Millor and Cala Nau. It is one of the main tourist centres on the island, situated on the east coast, 70km. from the airport.
Cala Bona bay is far remove from the great city centres, and offers peace and tranquillity in a setting that is hard to equal. There is a wide range of sports on offer in the area: tennis, squash, hunting, fishing, archery, cycling, jogging, swimming, golf, bowling, and sailing… It’s the ideal place for the excursion lover whether by car, by bike or on foot.
Patron saint of the church in Cala Millor is Mare de Déu dels Àngels. This is the reason why, during one week, there are activities that begin in the church and they include a multitude of events for all guests and ages.
What to do in Cala Bona
The beach of Cala Bona is about 550m long. Cala Bona is a resort with an enchanting fishing harbour that has managed to retain all its original charm. The resort of Cala Millor is just next door. Visitors can go for a stroll round the harbour, enjoying the sunshine and watching how the fishermen mend their nets.
Nearby there are a number of small, attractive beaches that are well worth a visit. They are ideal for those who like to escape from the masses and find tranquillity. The closest beach to the harbour is Sa Punta Roja. A little further north (going towards Costa de los Pinos) we fnd the beaches of Port Verd, Port Nou & Port Vell.
All along the bay there are numerous restaurants of all types, pizza houses, Chinese, vegetarian, Mediterranean and all offering a great variety of dishes from restaurants offering haut cuisine to local tapas bars where you can sample the local tapas and down them with a local wine or try Majorcan “hierbas”, a local liqueur.
The famous Majorcan “sobrasada” made from lean pork with salt and ground sweet or spicy paprika. Typical Majorcan dishes are “arroz brut”, “sopas mallorquinas”, “trampó”, of the famous “tumbet” “frito de matanza”, loin of pork with cabbage, roast suckling pig, stuffed aubergines… Typical desserts are almond sponge “gató”, “ensaimadas”. “robiols” and “orellanes”.
Cala Bona does not have its own market but depends on the one that takes place on Friday mornings in the neighbouring Son Servera. Every municipal district has its own market which takes place on a particular day. You can enjoy a visit to a market on the island every day of the week.