This fisherman’s festival celebrates Virgen del Carmen, the patron saint of seamen, and takes place on 16th July each...Read More
Cala Bona’s beach is divided up into separate coves, each offering floury sands and gin-clear water. There are loungers... Read More
This café-bar at the harbour couldn't get much closer to the water – you're practically dipping your toes in the sea... Read More
Majorcans are pretty proud of the Caves of Drach, and it’s not hard to see why –... Read More
The waters here are clear enough to snorkel without having to dive too deep, and... Read More
Being a fishing town, Cala Bona really delivers on the seafood front. The best p... Read More
Tables filled with locals show that you've found somewhere special here. The bea... Read More
You’ll find a few gift shops and minimarts in Cala Bona, but if you’ve got euros... Read More
Cala Bona doesn’t really do super-clubs or wild parties. Instead, the post-sunse... Read More
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