Azure waters shimmer in the enriching Spanish sun; rocky outcrops are covered in dainty orange trees; and silken sand warms tentative toes as they wander over the gentle curving crescent of the coastline. This idyllic image is the reality of Spain’s Cala D’Or, a delightful destination occupying space of Majorca’s southern coast. The cobbled streets of the Old Town add an authentic aspect to this popular tourist resort, while the opulent yachts add glamour and glitz to the modern marina. Those seeking a seaside sanctuary will delight in the Cala D’Or’s stunning selection of blissful beaches, while travellers craving more energetic activities can enjoy game of golf or tennis in luxurious health clubs.
Cala d’Or is internationally renowned for the beauty of its white sand beaches and the rugged splendour of the rocky coves that decorate the coastlines. The gorgeous, golden sands of Cala Serena Beach make it arguably Cala d’Or finest seaside sanctuary; a lack of bars and restaurant means this sandy secret doesn’t attract as many tourists, offering a relaxing respite from the tourists bustle. Glass bottomed boats can be ridden to enjoy the captivating coves that decorate the landscape and to appreciate the diverse marine life that resides in the crystal clear waters.
Enjoy the island’s cosmopolitan culture at the lavishly luxurious Cala Llonga Marina; this glittering showroom of astronomically expensive yachts acts as an outdoor museum for boat enthusiasts. With space for 565 vessels, the marina is impeccably chic and palm tree flanked place in which to enjoy fine food, wonderful wine and an ostentatious air of opulence.
Perfectly reflecting the cosmopolitan class of the resort’s revered marina, the Yacht Club Cala d’Or offers gastronomes an exquisite experience of sumptuous Spanish cuisine. Dishes are internationally inspired and prepared using freshly caught fish; seafood specialities include slow baked fillet of cod with seaweed and wild sea bass smothered in a light orange sauce. Toast your sophisticated sojourn with a glass of crisp, chilled chardonnay an opulent experience of this idyllic island.