On this page is a list of excursions, tours and things to do in Cala Bona to help you to plan your Holiday.
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Cala Bona, situated on the East Coast of Mallorca is, together with Cala Millor, one of the most important touristic centres of Mallorca. Cala Bona is an important tourist resort in its own right and offers a great deal for visitors making this their base in Mallorca: with a large offering of hotels, bars, restaurants, shops, beaches... There is also endless possibilities for excursions from Cala Bona, such as boat trips, bus tours and attraction tickets.
One of the main reasons to come on holiday to Mallorca is the weather and the sun. Cala Bona has a beautiful sandy beach where you will find all the main facilities needed such as sunbeds, toilets, showers, beach bars… At Cala Bona beach you can also enjoy many water activities such as parasailing, snorkeling tours, kayak tours, stand up paddle… the options are many to choose from. While at the beach you shouldn’t miss out on taking part in a boat trip from Cala Bona on a glass bottom boat. Exploring the island from out at sea gives you a stunning different perspective of its beauty. It also gives you the opportunity to discover hidden coves and caves in Mallorca as well as the rich and interesting marine life in Cala Bona.
Other interesting boat trips depart from the resort of Cala Ratjada such as a catamaran tour and a dolphin watching catamaran tour, both options offer return transfer from Cala Bona hotels.
For lovers of nature and sport, Cala Bona is the ideal location, as since a few years ago, the Cala Bona tourist information centre has made a special effort to promote hiking routes in the area. Cala Bona now attracts visitors that are interested in nature, walking and cycling tourism. Don’t forget that in the East coast of Mallorca we find some of the nicest coves, and a great suggestion is to rent a bike to explore the surroundings and to visit some of these secluded coves.
Even though the UNESCO Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range is on the other side of the island, people holidaying in Cala Bona can still visit on the highly recommendable tour to Soller and La Calobra, combining boat, tram, bus and the famous 100 year old Soller Train.
Many visitors to Mallorca wish to spend at least one of their days on holiday at a water park, but unfortunately Cala Bona does not have one. Those interested will find daily organised coach trips from Cala Bona to the biggest water parks on the island though, where the youngest members of the family will have a marvellous time flying down the water slides and playing in the wave pools.
Even though there are plenty of things to do in resort, we offer lots of excursions from Cala Bona to the main tourist attractions and the best sights of the island, including the Caves of Drach, Formentor, Palma or water parks. Two of the most popular tours from Cala Bona are the tour to the Caves of Drach and the trip to Soller and Calobra. These excursions are excellent value for money and they have excellent reviews from customers that have been on the trip.Recently we have also started a new tour to Formentor combining a cabrio bus and the visit to Alcudia Market, and so far has had outstanding reviews.
Families with children have lot of choices, from boat trips to popular tourist attractions. Marineland and Katmandu Park are two of the highlights in the area, and Marineland offers a great dolphin and sea lion show that has received many awards for its quality. Other great options for families are Palma Aquarium or Pirates show, and we have tour packages including return bus and entrance to the venue.
Close to Cala Bona, on the same coast, you also find the famous Caves of Drach, one of the main tourist attractions in Mallorca, and well worth a visit. The caves are located by the small fishing village Porto Cristo, so you can combine the visit to both places.