Most popular Villas in Cala Bona
Highlights in Cala Bona
- Great outdoors
- Fantastic beaches
- Awesome landscapes
- A golf paradise
- A year-round festival calendar
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Villas in Cala Bona
Looking forward to your next holiday? Find a fantastic villa in the heart of Cala Bona and make yourself at home during your holidays. In Son Servera you will find exclusive villas and a wide range of high-end fully equipped properties. The island of Majorca is a paradise and a number one destination for many holidaymakers from all over the world. Large areas of Mediterranean vegetation, steep mountains and the fantastic shades of blue of its sea. A quiet area with excellent views and very close to Cala Bona. Why waiting any longer? Start looking for your ideal villa!Splendid villas under the Mediterranean sun
Start your day by admiring the impressive views outside your balcony. Looking out directly on the golf course Pula, the mountains or the Mediterranean. Either way this is the best way to commence your day! Go out for a walk around the village or the property, cycle your bike or walk to the beach. For more privacy, you can enjoy your own garden and pool, where the kids can play freely for hours! Nice resting areas, open floor and state-of-the-art kitchens with the most modern amenities to enjoy unforgettable days with family, friends or your partner.
Travellers and activities
The island of Majorca enjoys offers a varied landscape ideal for different outdoor activities. Besides relaxation, you can discover the natural setting of the area on a bike. Cycle along the promenade or try a longer route to Costa dels Pins while smelling the fragrance of the pines. Reach the viewing point at the end of the main road. For longer routes take the Via Verda Manacor-Artà that goes for 30 km and that goes through Manacor, Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Son Carrió, Son servera and Artà, combining cycling and sightseeing. Walking is also another popular activity for all the family. Walk along the coast until Sa Punta de n’Amer nature reserve and visit the ancient watch tower where you will get magnificent views. For a more challenging hike, walk up to the Puig de na Penyal and get rewarding views of Son Servera, Cala Bona and Cala Millor, Sa Coma and Porto Cristo.Cala Bona for quite holidays lovers
This northerneast resort is a very quiet holiday destination very suitable for families, children, couples and elderly travellers. Reach the destination by boat or drive yourself to enjoy a fantastic time in a tranquil atmosphere where you will find everything you need for a relaxing beach holiday. You will find the restaurants, shops and its main tourist points along its promenade. The small port has mooring for small boats as well so if you come by boat you can moor it there. To move around the place you can enjoy a short train ride to the neighbouring areas of Cala Millor, Cala Bona and Costa dels Pins.
The name of Majorca comes from the old Latin phrase “insula maior” that means “larger island”. As the name was mispronounced and corrupted over time, it ended up being pronounced as Mallorca for the rest of the world and Majorca for the British.
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The great outdoors can also be explored on horseback. If you like horse riding, you can go to the stables in Cala Bona. Enjoy a long or a short ride admiring the beautiful scenery going through forests, up the mountain, jumping, galloping, playing horseball or just learning to ride. It is time to saddle up!2. Enjoy the Mediterranean Sea
There is a special charm about the Mediterranean and its islands. Majorca enjoys an average of 2.779 hours of sun a year and a mild climate. During the summer, most travellers choose the island as a beach holiday destination as well as a sailing paradise. In Cala Bona, you can charter boats at the marina and hire small ones to reach those coves and bays that can only be accessed from the sea. Cala Varques is one of them. Make sure you do not miss it! To make the most of your day, get your snorkelling gear or include a diving expedition to explore the underwater world. Furthermore, you can practice your favourite water sports at many of the beaches around Cala Bona and the rest of the island.3. Play some golf, Majorca style
More than 20 golf courses and a temperate climate make of Majorca a perfect year-round golfing destination. Superb 18-hole golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones and the best architects, fantastic practice facilities, professionals that can help you improve your swing and pro-golf shops with everything you need. Close to Cala Bona, golfers can choose from three top nearby courses. Line up for a swing at Son Servera Golf Course, Canyamel Golf Course and Pula Golf Course. Feel the sun on your face and enjoy your game with the stunning backdrop of mountains and the sea.4. Stroll around the daily markets
Majorca has got several markets every day of the week. The most popular and big one is that of Pollensa on Sundays. In Cala Bona, the market happens every Friday. Some other good markets are those of Santa Maria on Sundays, Sineu on Wednesdays and Inca on Thursdays. This is a great way to get the island and the daily life while enjoying a great day out shopping and looking at the stalls that offer from leather items to handmade jewellery, clothes, handicrafts and of course, excellent fresh and local produce. Buy some sobrasada, butifarron, cheese or ensaimada. Try some innovations and products with almonds and sea salt.5. Buy the best Majorcan products
Besides its gastronomy, Majorca boasts a wide array of high quality products. The most popular ones are the pearls and all the jewellery that uses them as the main piece for necklaces, earrings or bracelets. In Alaro, Tony Mora has designed the most famous cowboy boots worn by artists and fashionistas all over the world. The wine industry that has been flourishing in the last ten years offers great wines and more than 60 wineries scattered around the island exporting their creation. For decoration, Manacor is the main place to buy unique furniture.6. It is time to mingle!
Enjoying life like a local and getting to know the folklore of the island is the best way to get to know not just Cala Bona but the whole island. Throughout the year, many festivals take place in different villages and towns. Besides public holidays, in August you can enjoy the Festa de’s cavall. In November, join the local for Dijous Bo or the olive Oil Fair, to pay tribute to one of its main ingredients - the olive oil. During spring, in May, take place the Moorish and Christians battle in Port de Sóller. Easter and carnival are widely celebrated as well. Anytime of year you can have fun and mingle with the locals experiencing their culture.7. Tour around Cala Bona
Near Cala Bona, there is a stunning unspoilt landscape near Costa dels Pins or Sa Punta de n’Amer. A few miles away, there are some pretty towns to visit such as Capdepera, Manacor, Arta or Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. From medieval forts, to 14th century monasteries, old settlements and nature reserves. Besides the inland visits, you can head to the coast and spend some time visiting the picturesque village of Porto Cristo, where you can also find good dining options and shopping.