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|Number of Children:||3 (5-10yrs)||Board:||Self Catering|
|We spent a wonderful 2 weeks at this privately run apartment which is situated above a Restaurant called WINSTANS right on the seafront by the jetty in Cala Millor. Although this apartment block had no lift it kept us fit as well as the kids. The owners also welcomed us in their Restaurant which served up a variety of dishes and we ate there nearly every day. The paellas, T-Bones and Thai currys are fantastic. The resort has all kinds of activities for everyone. We took a boat trip from the nearby jetty to Porto Cristo and visited the Caves of Drach. All in all we had a great time the apartment was clean, bright and airy, and hopefully we will be returning soon.|
|People who visited this resort recommend the following|
|Here is a list of the best bars and restaurants for this resort|
|1.||Diamonds Bar & Grill||Good, reasonably priced drinks served with a smile|
|2.||Cheers Bar||Brilliant meal here on a nights break from the All Incl. Really friendly atmosphere as well|
|Here is a list of the top tips for this resort|
|1.||Glass bottom boat trips||Facinating watching all the sea life swimming by|
|2.||Caves of Drach Porto Cristo ||Been here years ago but thought we"d have another look around them. Good day out & plenty of shops nearby|
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| Cala Millor is a modern resort on the east coast of Majorca and is a next-door neighbour to the quieter town of Cala Bona. The resort boasts a 6km stretch of beach, which is sheltered by two headlands. There are plenty of water sport activities including a windsurfing school. Sun beds and parasols are available for hire.
There are a good selection of bars, shops and restaurants and if you wish there is a market at nearby Son Severa on Fridays.
Cala Bona can be reached via a promenade.
|Majorcan food tends to be quite hearty and is often pork and bread orientated. Pork is the staple meat on the island. There are some fantastic local chorizo sausages called sobrasada which are delicious. Fish also forms a substantial part of the Majorcan diet, however the waters around Majorca have been fished dry and much of the fish comes from elsewhere. Tumbet a vegetable and potato soup is tasty and Majorcans often start their meals with this. While ther are Spanish dishes to entice all holidaymakers those who like British food will not be disappointed. In most of the tourist resorts you will find many fast food outlets, all day breakfasts, and even the traditional British roast dinner - all at reasonable prices. The local beer is San Miguel and it is available in most bars and restaurants. |
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