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Although a short walk from the centre of town, Rancho Willy at nearby Cala Bona is a well established
local stable from where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the resort and sample the peace
and beauty of the Mallorcan countryside. The shortest ride lasts for 90 minutes and costs around 15 €.
Once the summer is over, they offer the remaining visitors to the area longer two or three days treks with
overnight accommodation. These longer trips will need to be booked well in advance to avoid disappointment,
and will only run subject to a minimum group size of between 6 to 10 people. The cost excluding food, drink
or lodging, works out at around 60 € per person for the 2 days. Contact details are:
Telephone: +34 971 585 183 or Mobile: +34 676 655 221
Glass bottom boats make regular trips along the scenic east coast from Cala Millor, going either north towards Cala Ratjada or south to Porto Cristo. The boats are quite modern, with both a small bar and toilet facilities onboard. On most trips the captain will usually stop for about 30 minutes giving you the chance to dive or jump off the back of the boat and cool off in the sea.
With its inflatables and selection of rides, the Fantasy Park outdoor play area is a paradise for children. It's
next to the Parc de la Mar gardens in the centre of the resort, and is open everyday during the summer months
from around 10am to 9pm. Contact details for more information are:
Passeig Cristofol Colom
Web Site: www.pascualjocs.com
For the budding Michael Schumacher's of all ages Cala Millor also has its own karting track, which is situated in a quiet
area on the southern outskirts of the resort. They offer a variety of karts, depending on the age and experience of the driver,
from the restricted 120cc machines for age 5 and above to the super fast 270cc karts for adults. Contact details for more
Karting Cala Millor
Calle Es Carrero s/n
Telephone: +34 971 586 599
Web Site: www.kartingcalamillor.com
Segway Tours are a really unique way of seeing Cala Millor. A Segway is an electric scooter, which are controlled by shifting
your weight while standing. With offices on the promenade, near to the the Hotel Sumba/Borneo, each tour is accompanied by
an experienced, friendly, multilingual tour guide, and lasts around 1.1/2 hours including a short safety and training session.
Contact details for more information are:
Calle de Sumba s/n
Telephone: +34 971 813 967
Web Site: www.segtours.es
On the outskirts of Sa Coma, on the road leading into Cala Millor and Cala Bona, is the Auto Safari Zoo.
Visitors have the choice of driving around the 3km circuit in their own car, or taking the zoo's own min train,
although having seen the damage a group of hungry monkeys can do in a matter of seconds I think the mini train
is the better option. Besides the monkey enclosure, the park also has a number of giraffes, zebra, and elephants
along with cages of lions, tigers and other big cats. Getting there from either Cala Bona or Cala Millor is very easy
on the parks own courtesy bus which leaves regularly throughout the day from 9am to 7pm. Admission is quite
reasonable at 19€ for adults and 12€ for children. Contact details for more information are:
Ctra. Porto Cristo - Son Servera, km 5
Telephone: +34 971 810 909 / 10
Fax: +34 971 810 484
Web Site: www.safari-zoo.com
As we briefly mentioned on the general introduction page, the 200 hectare Punta de n'Amer headland is situated mid way between Cala Millor and Sa Coma. This whole area was declared a protected nature reserve in 1985 by the local council, and remains to remind us of what the whole of the east coast looked like before the tourist boom. Walking up to the ancient watchtower of Castell de n'Amer takes around 45 minutes from both Cala Millor and Sa Coma, where visitors can see a small display of weapons along with other historical information about the tower. Never wishing to miss an opportunity, there is also is a bar at the top selling drinks and snacks that has some spectacular views of the coast line.
If you've hired a car and can get out of the resort, the east coast does have a number of other attractions worth a visit.
Discovered by Pedro Caldentey in 1905, the Caves of Hams are famous for their peculiar formations, and for their
marvelous underground lake. If you are driving they are 2 km West of Porto Cristo. Opening times from March to
October is 10am to 6pm and from November to February 10:30am to 5:30pm. Entrance fee for adults is around £8.00.
Full contact details are:
Cuevas dels Hams
Telephone: +34 971 820 988
Fax: +34 971 820 271
Web Site: www.cuevas-hams.com
Nearby are the more famous Caves of Drach which are open daily from April to October from 10am to 5pm,
and from November to March 10:45am to 12:00 and 2pm to 3:30pm. Admission for adults is around 13.50€, and
children under 7 are admitted free. Full contact details are:
Cuevas del Drach
Carretera Cuevas s/n
Telephone: +34 971 820 753
Fax: +34 971 815 089
Web Site: www.cuevasdeldrach.com
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