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Cala d'Or is, without a doubt, one of the most attractive enclaves in the southeast of the island of Mallorca, 11 km. from Portocolom and neighbor to the coastal town of Portopetro. One of the first tourist resorts (founded in 1933 by Pep Costa), Cala d’Or to this day retains the architectural style of his beloved Ibiza, with its white-washed buildings with flat roofs and dry-stone surrounding walls.
During its “golden years”, Cala d’Or was the meeting place for intellectuals, artists, musicians and moviemakers, who fell in love with its beaches of fine sand and turquoise waters. The centre of the village is well worth a visit, to admire the original architecture of the older buildings and the unique church. Also noteworthy are its beautiful coves and beaches, such as Cala Gran, Cala d´Or, Cala Ferrera, Cala Egos, Cala Esmeralda, Cala Serena and the monument of Es Fortí, a historic military base with beautiful views of the sea (just 600 m. from the hotel).
Caló des Pou
Caló des Pou is a small cove that can be accessed directly from the Beach-bar of our hotel. With views of the bay of Cala d'Or, it is quiet and has different services such as hammocks, umbrellas, showers, toilets, etc. Its turquoise waters and its fine golden sand, as well as its natural environment, surrounded by pine and palm trees, make it a paradisiacal cove with a lot of charm.
Marina de Cala d’Or
Due to its proximity to the hotel, the port of Marina de Cala d’Or invites you to take a walk around this attractive complex, on your way to the centre of Cala d’Or (2 km. away). Here – as well as all types of spectacular sail- and motor-boats – you will find a wide range of bars, restaurants and shops.
Very close to the hotel, and in the opposite direction to the centre of Cala d’Or, you will find the small village of Portopetro, which still retains the flavor of the old Mallorcan fishing ports.
Natural Park of Mondragó
One of the jewels of this part of the Island is this Natural Park, which – without a doubt – is well worth a visit. It consists of two magnificent beaches with turquoise water: Cala Mondragó and Cala s’Amarador. A natural, unspoiled paradise, surrounded by pine trees.
Es Fortí is a military fortress from the 18th century, originally built to contain pirate attacks and which was declared a Heritage of Cultural Interest. It is located just 600 meters from the hotel, and offers spectacular views over the bay of Cala d'Or. You can visit it for free and in summer exhibitions or cultural events are common.
Another excursion which we recommend is a visit to the picturesque fishing village of Cala Figuera. This tiny port has served as inspiration, on numerous occasions, to local, national and foreign artists.
National “Land/Sea” Park of Cabrera
At a little more than one hour’s navigation time, the islands of Cabrera are one of the best examples of the unspoilt local ecosystem. If you would like to visit, there are organized boat trips departing from la Colonia de Sant Jordi.