Welcome to the website dedicated to the Majorcan holiday resort of Cala Bona.
Situated along the north-east coast of Mallorca, approximately 70km from the capital Palma and the islands'
Son Sant Joan International airport, Cala Bona is part of the Municipal district of Son Servera, and is a
popular and busy holiday destinations for both British and European visitors to Majorca.
Built around a small working harbour, Cala Bona is not a purpose built holiday resort, but more of a small traditional
Mallorcan fishing village that has grown and adapted to cater for the islands tourist market.
The harbour area is relaxing by day and by night, and there is a wide choice of bars and restaurants which offer
local Mallorquin, as well as other Mediterranean and European dishes. However, the fish restaurants here are a
must if that is your preference.
But don't worry you can also get your full English (or Scottish) breakfast, or traditional Sunday lunch with
roast beef and Yorkshire pud, and of course a pint of bitter to wash it down.
As you would expect, in the area around Cala Bona there is a wide range of sports facilities
on offer, such as scuba diving, jet skiing and snorkeling etc, all of which are available at the Watersport
Center on the nearby Cala Millor beach, in front of the Hotel Riu Playa Cala Millor.
For the less active, departing from the harbour at Cala Bona, there are also relaxing glass bottomed boat trips
on offer too, that offer superb views of the east coast as they head out north towards the resort of Cala Ratjada.
It's hard to believe that as little as 50 years ago much of this area of Majorca was still little more than a
lonely dune covered stretch of coastline.
But with almost 2km of fine sandy beach running from Cala Bona ('The Good Bay') to Cala Millor ('The Better Bay')
and an every increasing demand for beds, the area has grown to become the major resort development on Mallorca's
north east coast.
In all fairness to the local council, considerable efforts have clearly been made to maintain "green zones" and
extend protection to areas of special environmental interest, the most notable of these being the Punta de n'Amer
headland to the south of Cala Millor.
In high summer you can normally expect day time temperatures here of up to 30'C and night time temperatures averaging 20'C.
June, July and August offer an average of over ten hours of sunshine a day and a sea temperature of 21 to 25'C.
September is considered a very pleasant month and is often favoured by couples at this time of year. The sea is still warm
and the day time average max temp is around 27'C. May and October are often a little cooler, but still offer visitors some
Overall the resort of Cala Bona should appeal to most people. With so much to see and do, Cala Bona is considered to be very
family friendly, and is especially suitable for those looking for a quieter, more relaxed holiday.
We hope you enjoy your holiday in the area, and we hope that our web site acts as a useful aid to your visit to
If there is anything not covered in the website and you need the answer to, then we are only too pleased to answer
all your queries. But, before you do that, can we ask that you check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, you
could well find the answer to your query there.
Holidays to Cala Bona can be booked online by using the links on the left hand side of this
page, where you can get quotes from the UK's leading online reservation specialists or, if you prefer a package
holiday, we also have a facility for you to book with Jet2Holidays.