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Calas de Mallorca is a quiet and relaxed, purpose built resort on the east coast of Majorca. Close to the towns of Felanitx and Manacor, the resort is set high on a cliff top, and may not be suitable for those with disabilities or those that cannot walk far. However, this setting gives the resort stunning views and extremely pretty beaches on your holidays in Majorca. Calas de Mallorca holidays are famed for spectacular scenery and tranquillity. Because of the beautiful shallow beaches, holidays in Calas de Mallorca are particularly popular with families and children, who wish to take a beach holiday with a little bit more than just sun, sea and sand.
Playa Domingos is the principal beach and offers warm, crystal clear water that is perfect for snorkelling. Calas de Mallorca holidays offer a number of bars and restaurants, supermarkets, a few discos, and tourist-orientated shops selling the usual collection of souvenirs, jewellery and leather. Those tired of exploring these on foot can hop on the 'tourists train' that loops through the resort streets. Much of the entertainment on your holidays in Calas de Mallorca is offered by the hotels, and many choose to relax within the confines of their hotel complex, making the streets uncrowded and friendly. For the more adventurous, hiring a car on their Calas de Mallorca holidays is an excellent way to explore the coastline and neighbouring areas, and is more reliable than the local bus service. Neighbouring attractions include the Majorca Pearl factory in Manacor, the Caves of Drach, a small aquarium and several theme parks.
Calas de Mallorca was purpose built so the town's history is not as defined as others. However there are still many pretty farmhouses and churches to see on the outskirts of the area. The culture on your cheap holidays in Calas de Mallorca, however is very alive, the people of this area are vibrant and creative, especially in the visual arts. A visit to some of the shops of one of the local markets will reward those that look with some stunning pottery and local faux pearls. Holidaymakers can indulge in some haggling, a must for any cultural holiday.