A flourishing town
Late deals to Cala Mandia will find you on the east coast of the beautiful island of Majorca and appeals to those looking for authenticity and character beyond the normal Majorca beach resort. A small resort that is built around three beautiful bays with golden sandy beaches and picturesque surroundings making it easy to see why tourists return time after time. This resort is sometimes referred to as Cala Romàntica or Porto Cristo, after one of the beaches in the resort. South along the coast you can find lots of lovely coves in their natural state, including idyllic Cala Varques and Cala Magraner, which can be found on many postcards.
Holidays in Cala Mandia offer a flourishing town with a pretty fishing harbour that is not entirely dependant on tourism or lacking in charm. This small resort is popular with families and couples looking for a relaxing break away from the big crowds and busy nightlife. Check out some of the impressive yachts or simply find a café to chill out and sum up the impressive scenery. The rest serves up fun packed days out, why not head to Aquacity for great waterslides and fun packed aqua activities or visit the Marineland in Portais Nous.
Quick Cala Mandia Tips
The currency used on Cala Mandia holidays is the Euro
The time difference between the UK and Cala Mandia is GMT + 1 hour
There are no visa requirements for UK passport holders for travel to Cala Mandia
Flying from the UK to Palma Airport (PMI), Majorca takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes
Transfers from Palma Airport to Cala Mandia usually take around 1 hour
Provides an ideal base for coastal walks
Cala Mandia holidays provide an ideal base for stunning coastal walks. The resort is located close to orchards, farmlands and mountains and holidaymakers should take a look at the tiny aquarium and a trip to neighbouring Manacor, famous for pearls and a thriving Monday market. Late deals to Cala Mandia would not be complete without a visit to the impressive Gothic cathedral and historic old town of Palma, or just head to the shops for some retail therapy.
The main beach is set away from the main road in a sheltered bay, while quieter beaches and stunning bays can be found either side of the town and can be reached by the local coast buses. The resort offers a good selection of cafes, bars and restaurants including some pleasant outdoor terraces with views of the quayside. Nightlife is decidedly low key and limited to a couple of discos. Take a taxi to the neighbouring resort of Cala Millor and you won’t be short of options. Book late deals to Cala Mandia at Latedeals.co.uk.
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Pop over to Majorca's stunning capital city of Palma. Full of history and fascinating architecture offset by the affluent marina, designer boutiques and cosmopolitan wine bars.
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