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Cala Barca holidays take you to a beautiful spot surrounded by scented pines in the National Park on the eastern coast of Majorca. Less than half a mile from Cala Mondrago and four miles from Cala D'Or, Cala Barca has much to recommend it. With a range of activities for both children and adults, holidays need never be dull. Those with mobility problems may find some of the terrain difficult as there are many steps.

Why go to Cala Barca?

Cala Barca holidays offer a peaceful retreat where visitors can forget everyday pressures and recharge their batteries. It is a pleasant resort where the summer sun is guaranteed to shine and where you are assured of good service. Recent refurbishment of the Iberostar Club Cala Barca provides visitors with first class accommodation and recreational facilities.


Who is Cala Barca popular with?

Cala Barca is particularly popular with families as there is plenty to keep lively children occupied. Couples also enjoy the relaxed nature of the resort and benefit from the recreational facilities in neighbouring resorts.


When to go to Cala Barca

Cala Barca holidays can be taken taken at any time of year as the winters are mild. April to October are the most popular times to visit with temperatures rising into the thirties at the height of the season.


Cala Barca - The place

Cala Barca is a large, well-appointed resort complex on Majorca's east coast, close to both Cala Mondrago and Cala D'Or. Set in a stunning landscape of verdant pines and offering a wide range of sporting activities and recreational facilities, Cala Barca holidays are sure to please. The complex has been developed with comfort and convenience in mind and service is excellent. The beaches in the area are lapped by placid waters making them safe for children and less confident swimmers. The clarity of the waters make them ideal for snorkelling and diving. Away from the the beach, you'll find Vall D'or golf course, among others, and mini-golf and tennis courts. If shops are insufficient for your needs, take the bus to neighbouring resorts or to Palma which has an abundance of retailers.


Cala Barca Nightlife

Cala Barca evenings are filled with family entertainment. Evenings are spent strolling through the resort, enjoying al fresco dining. Livelier evenings can be had in neighbouring resorts.


Cala Barca Shopping

Cala Barca shopping provides for all your holiday essentials as well as the ubiquitous gifts and souvenirs. If a wider choice of goods is required, there are buses to Palma, a distance of thirty miles. There you will find a large number of fashion boutiques and specialist stores. There are of course markets scattered around the island where you can haggle over the price of your holiday gifts and souvenirs. Popular purchases include local pottery, leather goods, embroidered linens, basketry and jewellery.


Cala Barca Eating

Cala Barca eating caters for most tastes. Food is good and there are themed restaurants for those who want a change of scene. The buffets serve everything from traditional island fare to international cuisine.