Today is the opportunity to make a short trip to the island of Cabrera, one of the last natural paradises in the Mediterranean. Here rocky caves alternate with a breathtaking landscape and more than anything the great vegetation and fauna will simply enchant you. Anyone loving being active, goes ashore and embarks on a short hike. It is worth visiting the blue water cave, the Cova Blava, where its reflections in the water create a true staging of light and colors in all shades of blue, with the unsurpassable Curacao Blue prevailing. We set sail and drive along the east coast of Mallorca, where today's destination is either the port of Cala D'Or or Portocolom; Both villages have retained much of their original charm as traditional fishing villages and offer excellent leisure opportunities.
Es Trenc/ Colonia de Sant Jordi direction Cala D’Or/ Portocolom
PORTO PEDRO - Restaurante Es Bergant
Direct from the sea onto the plate - Paella, sea food and fish, one of the best restaurants in Porto Petro
Paseo D'Es Port, 39, 07691 Portopetro
T. +34 971 64 84 00
CALA D'OR - 17 Restaurant & Bar
Unique dishes with a twist right at the port of Cala D'Or. Our tip: Vegans and Vegetarians will find a large selection of delicious dishes here.
Avenida Cala Llonga, 17, Marina Cala D'or, 07600 Cala d'Or
T. +34 971 65 71 19
CALA D'OR - Restaurant Diferent
The restaurant is located in the center of Cala D'Or in an old mill. "Our place is one of the oldest in the center, we mix modern style with traditions, that's why we choose the name 'Diferent', that's what we want, different and special!"
Carrer Toni Costa 10, 07660 Cala D’or Illes Balears
T. +34 971 64 83 35