Free to Explore
One of Mallorca's well known eastern resorts, life in Cala Bona is relaxed and taken at a gentle pace. It is not a purpose-built holiday resort, but is the ideal place for sitting on the promenade, having a drink and people-watching.
Cala Bona was once a fishing village, but has grown and adapted to cater for tourism. A wide variety of cafes and bars are found along the edge of the working harbour, which is a favourite spot for visiting Brits.
Small sandy beaches can be found along the coastline of the Cala Bona, which offers plenty of places from which to enjoy the resort's temperate climate.
Cala Millor is within easy walking distance from Cala Bona, if visitors wish to find somewhere a little livelier during their wheelchair-friendly holiday.