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Cala d’Or (the Golden Cove) is a very popular tourist resort located on the southeast coast of Mallorca, south of Portocolom and near the coastal town of Portopetro. In Cala d’Or it is possible to enjoy a complete holiday experience, as it has beautiful beaches and a varied nightlife. Moreover, you can make interesting excursions and enjoy the well preserved nature.
It is known for its marina along Cala Llonga. The coast is dotted with coves surrounded by pine trees, such as the main one, Cala Gran. On the top of a hill, to the north, the medieval castle of Santueri dominates the village of S’Horta and the coast. To the southwest, the natural park of Mondragó is home to a great variety of birds, such as cormorants and ospreys.
The season with the greatest influx of tourists is the warm months from June to September. The Santa María del Mar Festivals, held in August, are an important annual event in which there is a procession around the port, live music and sports competitions.
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Mondragó Natural Park
It offers a diverse landscape and numerous trails to explore along cliffs, dunes, ravines and canyons, while its rich ecosystem can be appreciated. Migratory birds of many different species, wildflowers and butterflies converge here, and this unique area also offers wonderful flora and fauna. Most of this area can be explored by bicycle, as well as on foot.
Marina de Cala d’Or
A port considered the most important in the east of Mallorca that offers all the nautical services necessary to make your stay a welcoming and rewarding experience.
It was chosen as the best beach in Europe and is surrounded by the Natural Park of Mondragó
Talaia de Son Jaumell Viewpoint
Fantasy Park is the family leisure offer that will delight both adults and children. In its parks they have the latest and funniest inflatable castles, Jumpings, as well as car and motorbike tracks and even electric boats for the enjoyment of all the family.
Can Lis is a house that the Danish architect Jørn Utzon built for his wife Lis and himself near Portopetro on the Spanish island of Mallorca. Completed in 1971, it consists of four blocks separated by walls and patios