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Mallorca: Visit the Caves of Hams

1. Mallorca: Visit the Caves of Hams

Situated in Porto Cristo, the caves are renowned throughout the world for their peculiar fish-hook shaped formations. There are three main caves, the round cave is a vast open area which includes a spectacular botanical garden and is full of life, with many species of free-flying birds that are native to the island of Majorca. It has a special micro-climate as the natural temperature is below that of the exterior meaning it has its own particular vegetation. Millions of years ago, this underground cave was closed in. In blue cave, with its spectacular new blue lighting using cutting edge led technology, you can enjoy the educational documentary, Discovering the past. You will learn about the history of Majorca, its first inhabitants, the formation of the Hams caves and their discovery. You can admire Samson’s pillars, the plains of Fra Mauro and the Pit of hell, where, in a natural auditorium, they will present Genesis, the history of life, a frenzied time lapse from the Big Bang to the present day, projected onto the very rock-face of the cave. The main cave is made up of 12 galleries. On the underground lake called the Sea of Venice, a musical show is presented. The caves are one of Majorca’s main tourist attractions.

Mallorca: 1-Hour Hot Air Balloon Flight

2. Mallorca: 1-Hour Hot Air Balloon Flight

Experience the stunning landscapes of Mallorca like a bird on a 1-hour hot air balloon flight to see the Tramuntana mountains and villages of the northeast coast. Get an album of photos of your experience as a keepsake. Benefit from a small-group experience and the services of a team with more than 30 years’ experience. Get briefed on what to expect as the balloons are inflated. Help with the preparations if you want to get more hands-on. Glide serenely up into the air and hear more about the areas you fly over as you sip a glass of sparkling champagne. See the sunrise or sunset from a different perspective and disconnect from all the stresses of everyday life as you are carried by the wind. Float back to the ground and get a souvenir flight certificate of your experience before returning to the meeting point by 4WD vehicle.

Mallorca: Glass-Bottom Catamaran Trip along the East Coast

3. Mallorca: Glass-Bottom Catamaran Trip along the East Coast

Departing from your chosen location, this deluxe catamaran tour will set sail along the east coast of the island of Mallorca on board a modern glass-bottom boat, allowing you to discover the fascinating underwater marine life along the way. This catamaran trip is the best way to discover the beaches, caves and coves of the east coast of Mallorca. There are two different routes available on this tour:  North Route:  This tour to Punta de n'Amer, you will get to visit Porto Cristo, Sa Coma, Cala Millor, Punta de n'Amer, Cala Petita and Cala Morlanda, where you will get to stop for 20 minutes to enjoy a refreshing bath. South Route:  This route includes a visit to the beaches from Porto Cristo to Cales de Mallorca, discovering a pirate's cave, Cala Mendia, Cala Anguila, Cala Romantica, and the cave of Cala Falcó and Cala Varques. Do not miss the chance to enjoy a beautiful boat trip and capture unforgettable moments on your camera.

Mallorca: East Coast Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

4. Mallorca: East Coast Glass-Bottom Boat Trip

Choose from a variety of boarding locations and discover many beautiful beaches, coves, and caves of the eastern coastline of Mallorca. Enjoy a brief swimming stop for approximately 10 minutes, depending on favorable weather conditions. Spot various sea creatures via the glass bottom of the boat. Pass by scenic locations of the northeast coast including Cap Vermell, Cova del Nord, Canyamel, Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Sa punta d'Amer, and Sa coma. As you continue along the southeast coast, see notable natural landmarks such as S'illot, Cala Morlanda, Cala Petita, Porto Cristo, Cala Romantica, Cales Varques and Cales de Mallorca.

Mallorca: Half-Day Sea Caving Adventure

5. Mallorca: Half-Day Sea Caving Adventure

Experience the spectacular caves of Cova des Coloms on a 5-hour caving adventure. The island of Mallorca is famous for its limestone caves and Cova des Coloms is the only sea cave system where you can swim inside. You’ll be picked up at your hotel and travel by mini-bus to the starting point of your adventure. All the necessary equipment will be provided, including protective helmets and a wetsuit. After a coastal walk of about 40 minutes, you'll swim out to the cave (a distance of about 300 meters). No prior experience in sea caving is required and you don't have to go under the water. These vertical cave systems are a great introduction to caving, and the conditions make this the perfect adventure for beginners and families.

Mallorca: Hot Air Balloon Flight

6. Mallorca: Hot Air Balloon Flight

The excursion begins with a welcome in the Balloon Airport of Manacor, where staff will give you a safety briefing. The building of the balloons is one of the most exciting parts of the excursion and you can help if you want. Imagine the feeling of moving your feet from the floor and seeing how the island Mallorca is appears under your feet. The take off is gentle, while the flight itself is a romantic adventure in slow motion. Gain an incredible feeling of freedom and peace that will remain in your heart forever.  The landing of the balloon is calm and exciting. Back at the Balloon Airport you will receive a certificate and enjoy a buffet breakfast. 

Mallorca: 4-Hour Eastern Coast Catamaran Cruise

7. Mallorca: 4-Hour Eastern Coast Catamaran Cruise

Depart from your chosen location on the east coast of Mallorca. Sail along the coastline, discovering the beautiful underwater world on a glass-bottom catamaran.  See the beaches, caves, and coves of the east coast during the cruise. Sail in the area between Calas de Mallorca and Cala Millor, passing by beautiful places such as the Pirate Cave, Cala Mendía, Cala Romántica, Cave of Cala Falcó, Cala Varques, Punta de n'Amer, among other beaches. At Cala Morlanda, stop for a short swim in the clear water.

From Cala Millor: Half-Day Buggy Tour of Mallorca

8. From Cala Millor: Half-Day Buggy Tour of Mallorca

Discover Mallorca on a half-day tour by 2-person buggy. In between the thrilling ride, tale relaxing breaks, snap memorable photos, enjoy a meal, or simply admire the view. If someone in your group only wants to ride rather than drive, choose to add on co-riders when booking. Start your tour in Cala Millor. Drive to the fire tower in Porto Cristo and admire the beautiful view of the cliffs. Continue on towards Felanitx to the highest point on the east coast of Mallorca, Sant Salvador at 506 meters above sea level.  The serpentine drive is a pleasure for both the driver and passengers. Soak up spectacular views over the whole of Mallorca. After, head to the next highlight on the itinerary, the Bonany Monastery. Enjoy the fantastic coastal views before taking the adjacent route back to Cala Millor.

Mallorca: Island Tour w/ Boat & Train Ride from North & East

9. Mallorca: Island Tour w/ Boat & Train Ride from North & East

Discover the mountains, cliffs, and coastline of northwest Mallorca. Take a panoramic tour, with stretches by bus, train, tram, and boat. Explore the island by land and sea to enjoy the stunning landscapes of the island. Enjoy pickup from Port de Pollença, Cala Sant Vicenç, Can Picafort, Port d'Alcúdia, Cala Millor, Cala Mesquida, Cala Ratjada, Cales de Mallorca, Colònia de Sant Jordi, or Cala d'Or. After pickup, the bus will take you to Palma to take the vintage train to Sóller. Ride in the wooden carriages along the railway line through the Valley of Sóller. Travel through the Alfabia Mountains, passing olive and orange trees, over several bridges and a famous viaduct. Then take a local tram to Sóller Harbor. Board a boat and cruise along the stunning coastline. Admire the wonderful views of the port and cliffs, dotted with villas, pine trees, and olive groves. Continue to Sa Calobra and visit the Torrent de Pareis. After admiring this natural wonder, the bus will take you back to your original departure point.

North/East Mallorca: Cuevas dels Hams & Porto Cristo

10. North/East Mallorca: Cuevas dels Hams & Porto Cristo

Start with pickup from your accommodation in Mallorca and travel to the eastern coast of the island. First, take a guided visit to the Caves of Hams which were discovered in 1905. Admire the geological formations of the massive galleries, the underground lake where a musical show is presented, and discover a small botanical garden. Then, continue the tour with a visit to the fishing village of Porto Cristo. Take some free time to walk around the port and explore its charming narrow streets. Continue the tour with a visit to the Majorica Pearls Store and explore its museum and shop. Learn about its 100 years of history of cultivating organic pearls with natural extracts, before being returned to your accommodation.

Planning Your Visit

  • How to Get Around Cala Millor?

    From the airport you may take a coach directly to Cala Millor. Alternatively, it is possible to rent a car to cover the 70 kilometer trip. Once you're in Cala Millor, your best bet is renting a car, taking a taxi, or opting for the local buses.

  • When to go to Cala Millor?

    Cala Millor has classic Mediterranean weather and is warm year round. The peak tourist season is June to August, as the weather is the warmest. Still, if you're looking to escape the winter chill of northern Europe, Cala Millor could serve you well even November through May.

  • Where to Stay in Cala Millor?

    Cala Millor is a resort on the island of Mallorca. Thus, the best place to stay is really in the resort, ideally by the beach front so you don't have far to go when you start your day. The attractions all around the island are best accessed by some means of transportation so if you are most interested in the sun and surf, the "Better bay" of Cala Millor is perfect.

Good to know

  • Language
    Spanish
  • Currency
    Euro (€)
  • Time Zone
    UTC (+02:00)
  • Country Code
    +34
  • Best time to visit
    Cala Millor has classic Mediterranean weather and is warm year round. The peak tourist season is June to August, as the weather is the warmest. Still, if you're looking to avoid the winter chill of northern Europe, Cala Millor could serve you well even November through May.

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What people are saying about Cala Millor

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,548 reviews

Everything is super organized. You will be told exactly when and where to meet. You get enough time in Alcudia to browse the market, eat ice cream and drink an espresso. The boat ride is very pleasant, as is the free time at Formemtor beach. The last stop, the view from Formentor is really outstanding. Everything is very well thought out, you get brief informative information and can actively relax. I can and would recommend it to everyone.

Very enjoyable and more interactive than most cave tours. Was pleasantly surprised by the short film with some background info/ history of the caves, genesis display, and ending with a musical experience. The lighting is beautiful, and displays it's natural beauty wonderfully.

Five of us went as a group. Really enjoyed the experience. Instruction was good and nothing was too much trouble. Took a few photos / videos for us and trip was varied and interesting. Would highly recommend.

We got lucky with perfect weather. The champagne and snacks onboard was a nice touch. The staff was exceptional! The pilot stuck the landing. This was the highlight of our honeymoon!

Excellent flight,perfect weather,proffesional crew,great fun for adults and kids!