Holidays to Cala d’Or, or the ‘Golden Cove’ as it’s also known, are both chic and sophisticated. Situated on the island’s East Coast, this stunning part of Majorca offers the ideal getaway for families and couples looking for an elegant break in the Balearic Islands. This charming and delightful fishing village has it all: 4km of golden sands, clear turquoise waters and welcoming feel. Book your Cala d’Or Majorca break for 2020/2021 today - you won’t be disappointed!
So, what can you expect from Cala d’Or? Well, if traditional Spanish white houses, beautiful coves, artisan shops, traditional boutiques and picture-perfect beaches appeal to you, this could be the destination for you.
The island itself has a beautiful ambience about it, balancing tranquility with romance. But that’s not to say Cala d’Or is lacking in energy and fun. Cocktail bars, karaoke bars, British pubs and stylish restaurants can all be found throughout the region. When it comes to dining out, you’ll be spoilt for choice with delicious fresh seafood and mouthwatering Spanish cuisine.
Seeing is believing in Cala d’Or. Set away from Majorca’s busy and more populated resorts, this stunning part of the island offers something for everyone. The area is home to a wide-selection of first-class accommodation. Cala d’Or hotels, villas and apartments cater to both families, couples and larger groups.
You could say Cala d’Or offers affordable luxury. Its picturesque beaches, art galleries, designer stores and stylish eating spots are all part of its appeal. Cala d’Or feels like a hidden gem, where you can sunbathe, explore and indulge. You’ll be awe-stricken by its beauty.
Here at Holiday Gems, we’re committed to providing you with a range of brilliant holiday breaks to Cala d’Or and many other Majorca resorts. We have a range of low cost holidays available for 2020/2021, including luxury-laden self catering and all inclusive breaks. Have a browse, pick your favourites and book your dream Cala d’Or getaway today.
As for the weather in Cala d’Or, you can expect endless sunshine during the summer and fair temperatures throughout the winter months. Here’s what to expect throughout the year:
In January and February, Cala d’Or experiences mainly mild weather with temperatures sitting comfortably around 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. If you’re looking to escape the UK’s cold chill, a winter holiday to Cala d’Or is ideal.
In March and April, Cala d’Or welcomes spring and the temperature starts to increase to around 12 to 18 degrees. Sunshine and a cool breeze makes this the perfect time for an Easter break.
In May, the region starts to feel the first signs of summer with guaranteed sunshine and temperatures beginning to creep into the early 20s.
In June, summer in Cala d’Or really gets going with temperatures falling between the early to mid 20s. The start of June is the perfect time to enjoy an early summer break before the six week school holidays.
In July and August, Cala d’Or, along with the rest of Majorca, experiences its hottest weather. The days are long and the sunshine is glorious. Temperatures at this time often fall around the mid 20s, but can occasionally reach highs of around 30.
In September, long sunny days can still be expected. Summer is far from over in Cala d’Or with temperatures still hitting the high 20s on a good day.
In October, Cala d’Or is noticeably less crowded. The Autumn is a great time for an island escape as the region still enjoys temperatures of 18-20.
In November and December, Cala d’Or experiences its Balearic ‘winter’. We use the term loosely as temperatures of 12-14 are still prevalent. Compared to the UK, where sub-zero cold spells are often the norm.
Visitors to Cala d’Or often fall in love with the region’s laid-back feel. While it’s true that Cala d’Or is a peaceful and relaxing haven, the area isn’t without its share of fun activities. If you’re looking for things to do on your holiday, look no further.
The Fiesta of La Mare de Deu del Mar, loosely translated as ‘Our Lady of the Sea’, is one of the biggest events on the Cala d’Or calendar. The festival takes place in August with maritime processions, music concerts and sporting events.
If you’re planning a romantic break to Cala d’Or, a visit to the Cala Llonga bay is a must. The area is teeming with stylish bars and restaurants, which offer the perfect setting for a memorable evening on the coast.
Cala d’Or’s glorious beaches are dotted with watersports and scuba diving centres. From jet skiing to underwater excursions, the region is the perfect place to make long lasting holiday memories.
What better way to explore Majorca’s magnificent coastline than with a boat tour? If you’re feeling adventurous, why not hire a yacht from the bay and set sail on your own. Want to explore what colourful sea creatures lie beneath the clear blue sea? Take a glass bottom boat tour for a truly unique experience.
One of the best ways to explore Cala d’Or is by bike. A bike tour is lots of fun and is also the best way to admire the region’s breathtaking scenery and coastal views. You’ll find bike hire shops dotted all over Cala d’Or.
You can fly direct to Palma from most major UK airports, including London Gatwick, Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle, East Midlands, Manchester and Edinburgh.