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Destination guide

Enjoy quiet holiday lettings in Cala Bona

The town of Cala Bona is an ideal place to go for a quiet and serene holiday. It’s a small fishing village on the Majorca island with a full-time population of under 2,000 people. The hospitality industry causes those numbers to swell with visitors, however, as this region has a great deal to offer travellers. From history and archaeological sites to nearby beaches and nature-walk outdoor adventures, great dining and local culture, there’s a wealth of experiences to be had, and it all begins when you book holiday lettings in Cala Bona.


Archaeology and history near Cala Bona holiday cottages

Mallorca offers many historic and archaeological sites to visit near Cala Bona holiday cottages. The Nuragic Village of Palmavera, dating to the 15th century B.C.E., is an archaeological site with dual towers that still stand amidst the prehistoric ruins. The Necropolis of Anhelu Ruju offers 38 tombs with many references to ancient funerary practices. If you’re interested in the harvesting and processing of coral, a visit to the Coral Museum will be fascinating. The Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art is housed in the historic Church of the Rosary and offers artwork dating to the 15th century and even older.


Sightseeing in and around Cala Bona

Do you want to find things to do while you're in the area? Venture out of your holiday home and check out everything that Cala Bona has to offer. These are some of the most popular attractions to explore, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

  • Club De Golf de Son Servera (1.8 mi / 2.9 km)
  • Safari Zoo (2.8 mi / 4.5 km)
  • Canyamel Golf (4.4 mi / 7.1 km)
  • Capdepera Golf (5.8 mi / 9.3 km)
  • Vinyes I Bodegues Miquel Oliver (15.1 mi / 24.2 km)
  • Karting Can Picafort (15.4 mi / 24.8 km)

Seasonal weather in Cala Bona

If you're planning a holiday around warm-weather activities, August, July, September and June are the hottest months to visit, when temperatures average 31°F.

Natural features

Exploring the natural landscape of Cala Bona

Travellers love Cala Bona for its beautiful ocean views and pristine beaches. Whether you're looking for fun outdoor activities or just want to take in the scenery, Cala Bona is a great place to get outside. Here are some of the area’s most enchanting natural features, all within 30 miles (48.2 km) of the city centre:

  • Cala Millor Beach (1.5 mi / 2.4 km)
  • Punta de N'Amer (2 mi / 3.2 km)
  • Strandpromenade (3 mi / 4.9 km)
  • Caló den Rafelino (4.3 mi / 7 km)
  • Cala Petita (5.1 mi / 8.2 km)
  • Cala Provençals (5.3 mi / 8.5 km)
How to get there

Transport options to and around Cala Bona

Fly into Palma de Mallorca (PMI), the closest airport, located 35.4 mi (56.9 km) from the city centre.

How to get around

Travel to and around your Cala Bona holiday rental

Most people visiting the island will begin by flying into Barcelona. From there, most travellers will either catch a regional flight to the smaller airport on Majorca or will take a ferry over the water to get to the island. Once on the island, bus service can get you to Cala Bona, but many visitors choose to hire a car and self-drive, which provides the most freedom for travel. The town itself, however, is very walkable, and hiking the various streets to shops and restaurants near your holiday home is a great way to enjoy your time here.

Food & drink

Cala Bona delicacies and regional cuisine near holiday homes

Spain is a food-lover’s paradise, and Cala Bona is no exception. Seafood reigns supreme here, so be sure that you try Caldereta de Langosta, a lobster stew made from the blue spiny lobster native to this region. Aside from seafood, the area is known for a specific kind of sausage: Sobrassada, a raw sausage of pork loin with paprika, salt and pepper. Sopes Mallorquines is a local soup dish made from onion, garlic, parsley, peppers, tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach and peas. Finally, clear your palate with the soft and buttery flavour of Maó cheese. You’ll find these and more savoury dishes at Cala Bona restaurants near holiday homes.

Essential info

What you should know about Cala Bona villa rentals

Cala Bona is a very safe village that’s a popular holiday destination. Most of the dangers will occur if you’re not careful – don’t walk alone at night, for example, especially outside of those areas geared toward visitors or even on the beaches. The area has a Mediterranean climate with stormy, mild winters, and hot, dry summers. The average high temperature is 21.8°C, the average low is 14.6°C and the overall average is 18.2°C. An average of 449 mm of rain falls each year, with 53 days of annual precipitation, leaving you with plenty of warm, dry days to enjoy your holiday lettings.

Can I find a vacation rental around Cala Bona?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,809 vacation rentals near Cala Bona. From 459 flats & apartments to 409 villas, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Cala Bona for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.