About Cala d'Or 

The Marina 

In the heart of Cala d’Or you find our well-equipped marina and the Cala d’Or Yacht Club, most of which is open to the public. The quays are lined with restaurants, bars, supermarkets and banks. With almost 600 moorings, plus many high-end amenities, Cala d’Or is one of the larger and more luxurious marinas on the island. Definitely a great place to stop and explore the town and its surroundings with front-row views of a variety of elegant boats.

Surrounding beaches 

The area of Cala d’Or is made up of a stretch of coastline which includes five small beaches: Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena, Cala Gran, and Cala Llonga, and they are some of the most picturesque places on the island. Here, turquoise shallow waters are met by soft gold sand, and some of the prettiest are lined by pine forests and greenery. The largest of them is Cala Gran which is only 40 metres wide. It is, however, 100 metres deep so, as long as you don’t want to lie right by the water’s edge, you should be able to find a place to sit. The other four beaches are similar in that they are located within sheltered coves, making them quite small and charming. However each of the various ‘calas’ or bays have their own distinctive character, and their former fishing harbours have been turned into 21st-century marinas. There’s also a mini train connecting them, making it easy for holidaymakers to travel from the main zone to these beaches.

Town Centre 

Over the years the resort town of Cala d’Or  has expanded, however this growth has for the most part been controlled, and the town still has the feeling of a small village with few, if any, high rise buildings. The focal point of the town centre is a pedestrian zone around the area of Cala Gran, which has a varied selection of shops, bars, and restaurants. The town attracts a mixed, international crowd of tourists and caters well for most groups. Here you will find lively entertainment during the summer months, but Cala d’Or does become much quieter in off-peak periods.

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