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On the east coast of Majorca , Calas de Mallorca is a quiet, tranquil and unassuming resort which would make a perfect base to explore the surrounding area. The resort is ideal for beach bums looking for a relaxing break by the Med, with a choice of three sandy coves on which to top up their tan, including the Cala Domingos, which has been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag status over recent years. With holidays to Calas de Mallorca, what you see is what you get. If you're after a sun-kissed break from the toil of working life and a chance to spend some quality time with the family, this is the place to be. With plenty of bargain holidays to be had, this corner of the Balearic Island archipelago is a magnet for holidaymakers looking for an affordable stint in the sun.
With local buses operating between the resort and the island's capital regularly every day, holidaymakers looking for a change of scenery during their stay couldn't be more ideally placed. Hop on the bus and head over to Palma, where you'll be met with an impressive Gothic cathedral that dominates the harbour. Whether you want to pass the time wandering the cobbled streets of the Medieval Quarter or you'd like to spend the afternoon shopping till you drop, this esteemed city has something for everyone.
Mondragó Natural Park
Head a little south, past Cala d'Or, and you will find the Parc Natural Mondragó ' a perfect spot to be at one with the beauty of nature. Renowned for its pristine white sands that twinkle in the sunlight, crystal clear waters that are warm and inviting and jagged cliffs that provide endless walking opportunities, the park occupies a special, secluded corner of Majorca, perfect for a day away from the resort towns.
Rent a Bike
What better way to explore the hidden coves that lie beyond the resort limits than by bicycle? Saddle up and head off on your two-wheeled adventure, taking in the breathtaking scenery as you go.
Explore the Caves of Drach
Located just 20 minutes away in the nearby town of Porto Cristo, the Caves of Drach are an immensely popular attraction on the island - and for very good reason. Explore what lurks beneath the ground in these four caves that are connected with a series of lakes and streams. Cast your eyes to the roof of the caves to see stalactite formations creeping towards the ground as stalagmites crawl up to meet them. Finish the tour with a short-but-sweet orchestral performance from a musical quartet playing to their audience on board a boat floating, peacefully, on the pristine waters.
Browse Felanitx Market
Venture inland to the town of Felanitx on a Sunday and you will be greeted by one of the best markets on the island. Whether it's pottery, handicrafts or other appealing wares that take your fancy, the stalls will undoubtedly have something to suit your tastes. Fringed with cafes and bars, the town is also a great place to grab a bite to eat as you watch the world go by.
Calas de Mallorca
As a purpose-built resort, Calas de Mallorca has stood proudly on the south east shores for over 50 years. The resort knows how to please its visitors and, with affordable holidays to Calas de Mallorca, you can guarantee a relaxing break in an area that oozes laidback vibes. From families and couples, to those looking for a solo break, this pocket of tranquillity will be able to provide you with a memorable stint in the sun.
There are plenty of bargain breaks in Calas de Mallorca available from Direct Holidays throughout the summer months and beyond. Take the opportunity to sit back, relax and let any stress slip away.