Popular Lettings in Cala Bona
Highlights in Cala Bona
- Quiet beaches
- Caves of the Drach
- Prehistoric village of S'Illot
- Safari Zoo of Sa Coma
- Trekking and cycling routes
Most popular in Cala Bona
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Cala Bona
Have you already decided that you want to spend your next holidays in Cala Bona and are looking for a cheap letting to stay? Whether for a weekend getaway or a long holiday, for a stay with family or friends, on Holidu you will always find the best deals on holiday rentals between individuals. When looking for accommodation, many people prefer a letting because it is cheaper, but the truth is that in Cala Bona the most common rentals are luxury villas and chalets. Also at a good price. Most of them have capacity for 6 and 8 people, but there are also some for 2 people and others even for 12 people. More than half of them have a garden and swimming pool, which makes them ideal for July and August. Do you need a garage for your car? Don't worry, there are many holiday rentals and lettings in Cala Bona with parking.Why book a letting in Cala Bona?
Cala Bona is a small fishing village that, despite the tourist boom that Mallorca has experienced in recent decades, has managed to keep its essence alive. Filled with letting buildings and luxurious villas and restaurants to meet the needs of visitors. Where you can still see the lutes of all life, which contrast with the modern aquatic boats that are used for the enjoyment of tourists. With three magnificent beaches of high quality and very well equipped where it is possible to enjoy an incredible diving experience and surrounded by natural spots where hiking enthusiasts can choose from a multitude of well signposted routes. Need more reasons to book a villa in Cala Bona?
Holidays in Cala Bona
The area and how to find your way around
Located east of Mallorca, Cala Bona is a small coastal town eminently touristic, which is part of the municipality of Son Servera. Completely annexed, from the urban point of view, to Cala Millor, with which it is connected through a promenade.The best areas to rent a letting in Cala Bona
Cala Bona is a fairly small town that can be easily reached on foot in a few minutes, so it is not necessary to think too much about the area, but rather about the features you would like your rental or holiday villa to have. Most of them are very close to the beach, so you won't have to walk much to be able to lie in the sun and take a dip. But we also have some holiday rentals on the outskirts of the town, around the road es Comellar Fondo, perfect for those who want to enjoy a completely peaceful environment.
Types of travellers and activities
The beach of Cala Bona is one of the most accessible of the whole island, being the first to have received certification by AENOR with the standard UNE 170001 of Universal Accessibility. It also has all kinds of services, such as showers, bathrooms, hammocks, umbrellas and beach bars. A very quiet and family atmosphere beach which is divided into three smaller beaches separated by small protective stone dikes. Rent a letting in Cala Bona on the beachfront so you can enjoy it every minute of your stay!
Did you know that before tourists started to arrive in Cala Bona, the town was nothing more than a village with a couple of fishermen's houses that worked in the port?
Top 5 Recommendations in Cala Bona
Located in the municipality of Manacor, a few kilometres from Cala Bona, the Drach Caves are one of the most visited natural attractions of the whole island. As well as being fascinated by the spectacular karst formations, you can hear a concert of classical music inside.2. Discover its landscapes by hiking or cycling
The natural landscapes surrounding the town of Cala Bona are a real paradise for hikers and cyclists. Some of the best routes you can do during your holidays are Puig de na Penyal, the Greenway Manacor-Artà or Sa Punta de n'Amer.3. Have a great time at Safari Zoo Mallorca
Located between Porto Cristo and Sa Coma, this place is ideal for family visits, as both children and adults will enjoy it very much. The route is done by car and along the way you can see zebras, monkeys, giraffes, deer, baboons and many more animals.4. Travel to Prehistory visiting the prehistoric village of S'Illot
Very close to Cala Bona is also this interesting prehistoric village, located in the town of S'Illot. One of the most important sites of the Talayotic and Post-Talayotic culture, both for its monumental variety and for its complexity and for its great historical evolution.5. Contemplate the spectacular views of the Mirador de la Costa de los Pinos
El Mirador de la Costa de los Pinos is one of the most popular places in the area for the incredible views it offers. In addition, as in other European cities, it is possible to leave a lock on your railing and throw the key into the sea as a symbol of a pact of love with your partner.