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Excursions,tours and things to do in Cala Dor

Cala Dor - Southeast of Mallorca

Things to do and excursions

On this page is a list of excursions, tours and things to do in Cala Dor to help you to plan your Holiday.

Thanks to our experience and our local contacts, we have a wide range of excursions, tours and activities to do in Cala Dor: boat trips, sightseeing tours, the best attraction tickets, good value trips and many more.

The best excursions and tours from Cala Dor

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  • 3.5-hour Sailing Excursion in Mallorca

    from 90.00
    Available tomorrow

Cala Dor is one of the main tourist centers in the east part of Mallorca, located in the municipality of Santanyi, with about 3,500 inhabitants. Its origin is in 1932 when the marina of Cala Llonga was built, being one of the first yacht clubs in Spain. Cala Dor is based on tourism, so it offers an important tourist infrastructure, with hotels, beaches, bars .... From Cala Dor there are many things to do and places to visit and endless organized excursions to different tourist attractions in Mallorca.


What to do in Cala Dor during your holidays?

Cala Dor is a sun, sea and sand beach destination and therefore one of the most important highlights will be to enjoy some of its beaches. On this stretch of five kilometers of coastline you will find many coves, such as Cala Sa Nau, Cala Mitjana (small and difficult to access), Cala Serena, Cala Gran or Cala Esmeralda. They are beaches of fine sand, bathed in crystal clear waters and surrounded by small cliffs and pines. On all of these beaches you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas and you you will find beach bars too. Take your snorkel mask and when you go for a swim in these beautiful waters you can do some snorkelling too.

For those who like to do boat trips,the different beaches of Cala Dor have small piers from where boat trips are made along the coast to different destinations such as Cala Figuera, Cala Mondrago, Porto Colom ...

We can take a walk around Cala Dor and visit the marina, whose site was originally an old boat shelter and where the marina was built in 1970, which has numerous nautical services, a shopping area and numerous restaurants. While we walk we can enjoy the typical architecture of white houses with low height and flat roof of this resort, which in a way resembles the style in Ibiza.

In Cala Dor there are hardly any monuments of interest, the most remarkable is the Forti, a fortress built in 1730 during the War of Succession to protect the bay and rebuilt in 1793, from where excellent views can be seen.

Every Sunday from 6pm to 11pm, at the Costa Square, there is a night market held during the summer, for those who want to do some shopping.


What to see and visit in the surroundings of Cala Dor?

Cala Dor is located rather far from different places of interest, but there are many options to plan a day that will take us to visit the main places of interest in Mallorca. There is a wide range of excursions and tours, to visit and see some of the most touristic sites in Mallorca, such as water parks, the Caves of Drach, Palma, the north of Mallorca with Formentor and Alcudia ... At the top of the page you will find all the activities with the respective information and the different types of excursions.

Among the nearby towns, we have villages like Felanitx, Santanyi (visit that we can combine with its market and Es Trenc beach), Ses Salines or Colonia de Sant Jordi, from where the boat trip to the neighboring island of Cabrera takes place. This boat trip to Cabrera is one of the most popular excursions we have on the web.

Near Felanitx we find the Puig de San Salvador with its monastery, from where we have fantastic views of the island. Another recommended visit is the Castle of Santueri nearby.

The natural park of Mondrago, where there are four self-guided routes to tour the area and finish with a swim from one of its stunning beaches is also a must-visit when staying in this area of Mallorca.

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